Whether you're using a 64 GB or 512 GB iPhone or iPad, running out of storage depresses you very much. What's taking up all your storage space? The first big bite out of your iPhone storage is Photos & Videos, following which are other apps and games. To reduce the amount of space taken by these files, there are three solutions: remover some unwanted apps, delete iPhone photos and videos or transfer these precious videos to a computer to save them.
Of the three options, saving videos to a computer is the optimal choice since it gives you the chance to get them back whenever you want. You can transfer videos to the computer via iTunes. But beyond Apple's iTunes service, we will offer you another different way to transfer iPhone videos to a computer without iTunes.
Plus, if you want to transfer photos from PC to iPhone but don't know-how, this guide will also outline the steps to do it.
- Part 1. How to Move iPhone Videos to PC with the Best iTunes Alternative
- Part 2. How to Transfer Videos from PC to iPhone Without iTunes
Part 1. How to Move iPhone Videos to PC with the Best iTunes Alternative
Without using iTunes, this iPhone video transfer software - EaseUS MobiMover can help you easily import videos from iPhone to PC in a quick way. There are hundreds of video transfer tools in the market, why we choose EaseUS MobiMover for you? Here are some of the reasons why we choose it.
- It supports various video formats, including mp4, mov formats and manages videos in m4v, wmv, rm, mkv, avi, flv.
- It can transfer videos from iPhone to computer at a fantastic speed.
- It can transfer videos from PC to iPhone by folder or by file directly.
- It is compatible with the mainstream Windows OS system.
- It supports almost all iPhone models, including iPhone 11/XR/X/8/8 Plus/7/6.
Now, click the download button below and install MobiMover on your computer. Below is a simple guide available for you to transfer videos from iPhone to PC. If you want to transfer videos from PC to iPhone, or transfer videos from old iPhone to new iPhone, link to the online tutorials or read the next part.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to your PC and click "Trust" in the pop-up on your iPhone to trust this computer. Launch EaseUS MobiMover and click "Content Management" > "Videos" > "Movies/TV/Music Video".
Step 2. When you transfer files from your iDevice to your computer, the files will be stored on your desktop by default. If you want to set a custom path, go to "More" > "Setting" and choose a location.
Step 3. Now select the videos you want to copy and choose "Transfer to PC". Afterward, the selected videos will be transferred instantly. When it has finished, you can go to the selected folder to check the items.
Part 2. How to Transfer Videos from PC to iPhone Without iTunes
Broadly speaking, there are two options for you to transfer videos and movies back to your iPhone from PC without iTunes: via iTunes alternatives and via cloud services.
Option 1. Transfer videos to iPhone without iTunes by using iTunes alternative
As we introduced in Part 1, EaseUS MobiMover is a perfect 1-click transfer tool you can use to transfer all files from iPhone to PC and vice versa. Thus, you can quickly transfer videos and other data like messages, contacts, audios, music between an iOS device and a computer. It is 100% clean and safe without any virus or spyware. Now, you can download it on your computer and transfer videos to iPhone without iTunes.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to your PC, run EaseUS MobiMover and click "PC to Phone" > "Select Files". (Make sure your computer is trusted by your iPhone.)
Step 2. Select the videos you want to transfer and click "Open". The video formats supported by MobiMover include MP4, MOV, M4V, WMV, RM, MKV, AVI, and FLV. (The video formats that are not supported by the iPhone will be converted to MP4 during the transfer process.)
Step 3. After selecting the videos, you can click "Transfer" to initiate the transfer process.
Option 2. Transfer videos to iPhone without iTunes via cloud services
Beyond Apple's iTunes service and third-party transfer tool, cloud services like Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and other cloud services is another choice to move videos between an iOS device and a computer. Let's take Dropbox as an example.
Step 1. Upload videos from PC to Dropbox.
If you have Dropbox for Windows installed on your PC: Go to "Files" > "My Files" > "Upload Files" > Choose the videos you'd like to transfer.
If there is no Dropbox for Windows: Go to Dropbox.com > Sign in > Upload the items you'd like to transfer.
Step 2. Download a Dropbox app on your iPhone > Sign in with the same account you use on your computer.
Step 3. Then, you can access the Dropbox app and download the videos to your iPhone.
As you can see, even there is no iTunes around, you can transfer videos from iPhone to PC with this all-in-one iTunes alternative - EaseUS MobiMover. We can't say that this application is a perfect replacement for iTunes since it can't update your iOS system or let you download apps. However, if you want to get rid of iTunes synchronization, EaseUS MobiMover is a good option. Anyway, don't miss it.
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Daisy is the Senior editor of the writing team for EaseUS. She has been working in EaseUS for over ten years, starting from a technical writer to a team leader of the content group. As a professional author for over 10 years, she writes a lot to help people overcome their tech troubles.
Myra joined EaseUS in 2017. As a big fan of Apple products, she mainly focuses on iOS data transfer and iOS troubleshooting tips. Meanwhile, she is expanding her knowledge and skills in other fields like data recovery and disk management. Myra is open-minded and likes both extensive and intensive reading. Other than reading and writing, she is also fond of mobile games and K-pop stars.
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