Apple's iPhone allows users to add and watch videos, including movies and television shows from their own collections, on the phone's display. Before transferring your videos from your Mac to your iPhone, you must add the video files to your iTunes library. Do you need to transfer large videos from your iPhone to your Mac/PC easily and conveniently? Learn how here.
To access your videos, open iExplorer on your Mac or PC. Then, connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod with its USB cable. At this time, iTunes may open and try to sync your device. It's best that you do not sync. Syncing with iTunes will delete any data on your device that you don't already have in iTunes. After connecting your device, iExplorer will automatically start on the Device Overview window. To return to this window at any time, click your device name in the top left navigation menu.
Then, select Photos & Videos under the Media tab. You can also access Photos & Videos through the left-hand sidebar The Photos & Videos directory will open. This directory includes your Camera Roll, Recorded Videos, Photo Library albums synced from iTunes, Photo Stream, and any albums that you've created. The export process is the same for your Camera Roll, Recorded Videos, and your photo albums. Your photos and videos will display in a list in the main frame, and the export options are at the bottom of the screen. To export your entire library of photos and videos on a PC, click on the Export Entire Library button.
To export all items on a Mac, choose Export All Photos, and you'll see an option to transfer directly to iPhoto. To export just one or a selection of photos or videos, choose Export Selected.and hold down the Control or Command key to select multiple items before exporting. Torrent Mac Download. Have questions that aren't addressed here?
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June 16, 2013 8:30 PM / Posted by Like most new iPhone 4S owners, I’ve been occasionally playing with the video recording feature. Although I have a couple YouTube accounts, up to now I’ve never used them much (I imagine that may change as I get the hang of video taking a bit more with the 4S) – and for now I much prefer getting videos over to my Mac and sharing from there if I decide I want to. This also lets you view your videos at full quality, rather than compressed / monkeyed with for YouTube. So I was very happy to spot two superb tips for importing videos quickly from the iPhone/iPhone 4S to a Mac – and now I will share it here. Method 1: Trasfer Videos from iPhone to Mac Using Image Capture Step 1, Connect your iPhone to your Mac with its USB (sync) cable Step 2, Launch the Image Capture app on your Mac The Image Capture app should almost instantly see the iPhone attached, and offer up a dialog like the one in the screencap below.
From there you can choose where to download videos or pictures to, whether to download all or make individual selections, and review and modify several other options (e.g whether or not to delete the originals on the iPhone once the import is done). Step 3, Transfers your videos to the Mac Once you’ve made your choices and clicked to download, it shows you a status bar and quickly transfers your videos over to the Mac.
Or you can just click to select a video and drag it straight into your desired target folder for it. I have tested so far with only 30 – 60 second videos, but these zoomed across to the Mac quite nicely. That’s it – your video files will be available as.mov files wherever you chose to save them too. Method 2: Trasfer Video /Photo from iPhone/iPad to Mac Using iPhoto If you have a Mac, the easiest and most productive way to trasfter videos from iPhone to Mac has to be iPhoto which comes free with every new Mac. When you plug-in your device, it will bring up the screen below.
It will show you the number of photos available for transfer. The blue button at the top allows you being the process of transferring photos to your Mac.
Note: If you check the box ‘Split Events’, iPhoto will create a new event for each grouping of images. You can also import iPhone 4S videos via the iPhoto app, simply connect your iPhone 4S to your computer and open your photo management program. Import photos in your normal way.
Coming along with the still photos will be your video. There may also be an app that does wireless transfer of files back and forth from iPhone to Mac or Windows machines that will work for this purpose, but I haven’t spotted one yet. After you importing video from iPhone 4S to Mac, the video files will be available as.mov files, you can use tool to convert them into other formats you need. Fortran 77 Download Mac on this page.