Second, if you are not much of a techie, there are other ways to help your students gain access to your video content on their iOS device. The easiest route is to direct them to a Flash Browser in the App Store. There are several good ones for free and some great ones that cost a few dollars. A few that I have found to be good are:
Rover - Supported by ads from educational providers such as Discovery Education, this app is Free! As a result you have ads that popup at the beginning, but once you enter your site address and navigate, the ads go away while you browse. This app is for iPad only.
Puffin Web Browser - Available as a Free and Paid App - this browser works as the others do by streaming content across the web and back to your device to provide the experience of viewing flash content. Works great. Expect ads on the Free version.
Whichever route you take in making content available to your students, make sure you spend a few minutes at the beginning of the school year going over accessibility options. This will help prevent any obstacles your students have to accessing content and viewing it as homework. Good luck flipping your classroom!