How to Transfer Videos from iTunes to iPhone?

Brandon Wood
Sep 02, 2022
Way to transfer video files from iTunes to iPhone

These days, iPhone users are very fond of enjoying movies, videos or TV shows on their handy iPhone at leisure, especially the iPhone model is iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus owning to their big touch screens. If you have stored many wonderful movies and videos in iTunes library, you can sync them to your iPhone for enjoyment on the go. To do that, you can launch iTunes on your computer, connect your iPhone to the computer with USB cable, click your iPhone's icon on iTunes window, choose "Summary" > "Movies" > "Sync Movies" > "Apply". Then, all the videos in the iTunes Library are transferred to your iPhone completely.

Above is the clear steps on how to import movies into iPhone from iTunes library, have you learnt it? Well, actually there are still a large proportion of people want to backup tons of videos and movies from iPhone to computer or iTunes especially when their iPhone's storage space is becoming insufficient or they need to update their iPhones, or they just wish to share videos with their friends or family in a more convenient way. However, iTunes is only able to transfer files from iTunes to iOS device while not the way back. That means you can't sync your iPhone with your iTunes directly. In fact, you can solve the problem in another way - transfer videos from iPhone to computer and then import them from computer to iTunes.

I recommend you a professional iPhone videos to computer transfer tool: Coolmuster iOS Assistant, which enables you to transfer files including contacts, photos, music, movies, voice memos, notes, Safari bookmarks, TV shows and more from your iPhone 6S/6S Plus/6/6 Plus/5S/5C/5/4S to your computer so that you can enjoy your favorite videos through your computer with your friends and family. All the transferred files will be kept with original quality with zero data loss.

This iPhone videos to computer transfer tool comes with free trial version that allows you to have a try before you purchase the program. Please download and install the tool on your computer to get ready. Please note iTunes is also required to be installed on your computer. Now, we will show you how to handle the tool in 3 simple steps.

Detailed Steps to Copy Videos from iPhone 6S/6/5S/5 to Computer then iTunes

Step 1. Install and run iPhone to Computer Transfer

Supposed that you have installed and launched the iPhone to Computer Transfer, connect your iPhone to the same computer and the transfer tool will detect the iPhone automatically. You can see the main information of your device, as well as files on your iPhone are displayed in categories on the left side column.

Step 2. Transfer videos from iPhone to computer

Since you need to export videos to computer, please click "Movies" from the left to bring up a movie management window. You can now preview all the video files on your iPhone and mark whose you want to transfer. Then, click "Export" from top line to export all the selected videos to computer.

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Step 3. Sync exported iPhone videos with iTunes

When the above transferring process comes to an end, all your iPhone videos are located on your computer successfully. Now, you can enjoy iPhone movies on computer directly, but if you still need to transfer them to iTunes, you can launch iTunes, select "Files" > "Add to Library", then find the exported iPhone videos and click "Open". Or you can drag and drop the videos to iTunes directly. After that, iTunes will add the videos to its video library automatically.

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Back up and restore everything on iPhone/iPad/iPod with one click.
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Preview and selectively transfer files between iDevice and computer.
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