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Old 12-08-2017, 05:03 AM
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First of all, we should make it clear that iPhone only supports certain types of video files such as MP4, M4V and MOV files. Thus, if you want to transfer videos from PC to iPhone 7 for an enjoyment, you will need to convert your videos to iPhone-compatible formats. In certain situations, iTunes will do the conversion stuffs for you, but you will probably need HandBrake or Leawo Video Converter Ultimate to give you a hand. And the post below will show you three methods to transfer videos from computer to iPhone 7 with iPhone transfer software and iTunes.
Solution 1. Transfer Videos from PC to iPhone with iTunes
Plug iPhone into computer via the USB cable. iTunes will launch automatically, if not, manually start it on your computer.
Click “File > Add Files to Library” at the upper left corner of the window. Then select the video files on your computer and add them to the library.
Click the iPhone icon in iTunes and choose Movies Library in the left sidebar. Then check Sync Movies and click Apply. iTunes will then sync movies to your iPhone.
Solution 2. Transfer Videos from PC to iPhone with FonePaw iOS Transfer
Step 1. Launch iPhone Transfer on your computer and connect iPhone to PC via USB cable. After the software detects your iPhone. All the data will be listed in categories.
Step 2. After that, you will see the data all listed in the left side of the interface. Click “Add” and then choose “Add File/Add Folder” and then you are allowed to browse and select the movies you want to copy from computer to iPhone. Click “Open” to transfer videos from computer to iPhone.
Solution 3. Transfer Videos from PC to iPhone with Leawo iTransfer
1. Run Leawo iTransfer on your computer and connect iPhone to computer with the USB cable. The software will recognize your iPhone and automatically detect the contents in your iPhone. Then the software will show the libraries of your iPhone in the left sidebar.
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2. Click “Movies” in the left sidebar, and the contents will be shown in the right part of the window. If your Movie Library is empty, the software will offer an “Add File” button in the middle of the window to help you add video files from computer. Or you can click “File > Add > Add File/Add Folder” at the upper right corner of the window to add video files from your computer.
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3. After choosing files, the software will start transferring videos from PC to iPhone. The progress bar in the dialog will show you the percentage of the transfer process, and when the transfer is done, you will get the videos in the target folder.
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