If DiDeye is granted access to “photo albums”, it saves the movie to “camera roll”.
After DiDeye reports the movie as saved, it might take some time for a movie to appear in the “camera roll”, please give it a moment.
If after some time (larger movies take longer), the movie still did not appear in the camera roll, try launching DiDeye again.
Upon entry, DiDeye always checks for any due deliveries to camera roll and attempts to make them.
If DiDeye has restricted access to “photo albums”, it saves the movie internally in its documents folder.
DiDeye’s documents folder is accessible through iTunes when your device is connected to a Mac or PC.
Refer to the other FAQs for more info on this matter, namely on how to access the documents folder and how to lift up the restrictions to “photo albums”.
Important: Deleting the app, permanentely deletes any movies that were not yet moved to “photo albums” and that you have not backed up.
We cannot, under any circunstances, be held responsible for any damage you may cause to your files.