• riePat

    @cvp, you’re a genius! Thank you so much for the script you shared, it does exactly what is supposed to do :-)

    As the files were created by iOS I do not have to modify any metadata. But thanks anyway for the detailed explanation.

    —Pat

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  • riePat

    Hi cvp,

    I really appreciate your effort! How did you manage to create the PHLivePhoto? Could you please share the code?

    I checked the link you shared: I also thought of some metadata issue, but I have checked 'a.heic' and 'a.mov' again, both have sames dates. I really don't know why it is not working...

    Do you have any other ideas? Thank you!

    --Pat

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  • riePat

    Hi cvp,

    thanks for that script. It adds a video file to Camera Roll. But how can I manage to add an image and a video to Camera Roll so that they will be displayed as a Live Photo?

    What do you think of method 'requestLivePhotoWithResourceFileURLs' of class 'PHLivePhoto'? Is it possible to create a Live Photo that way in Pythonista?

    Thank you for your help!

    --Pat

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  • riePat

    Hi cvp,

    thank you for trying! I look forward to your reply.

    --Pat

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  • riePat

    Hi cvp,

    saving images by calling photos.create_image_asset() works fine, but I would like to save an image with a related video file so that iOS recognizes both files as live photo. Saving the video by photos.create_image_asset() will not work.

    Any ideas how to handle this? Thanks!

    --Pat

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  • riePat

    Hi guys,

    I have an image (a.heic) and a video file (a.mov) stored in Pythonista's Documents folder. I would like to save both files to Camera Roll so that iOS recognizes them as a Live Photo.

    Is it possible to create instance of Objective-C class 'PHLivePhoto' and access method 'requestLivePhotoWithResourceFileURLs' to load 'a.heic' and 'a.mov' resource files and save the created 'PHLivePhoto' to Camera Roll? How would this be done by using 'objc_util'?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

    --Pat

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