Usually, people would need to transfer videos from iPhone to PC for better accessing and managing or backing up iPhone data. There are various methods to perform this operation, like using iTunes, iCloud, a reliable and powerful transfer software.
Next, this article summarizes several most common methods of how to transfer videos from iPhone to PC (Windows 10) for you.
How to transfer videos from iPhone PC (Windows 10)?
If there are just several MB videos you want to import to a computer, you can use the iCloud, iTunes service, or copy videos by Windows File Explorer. While if you need to transfer a bunch of videos to your Windows 10 computer or laptop, reliable and powerful transfer software is necessary.
Method 1. Easily transfer iPhone videos to PC with FoneTool
More people would like to use a professional iPhone backup tool called FoneTool. This tool can help you to transfer & backup iPhone photos, videos, files iPhone to Windows 10, 8, 7, 11 PC safely and quickly. And it owns several advantages making it to be the best application to transfer videos from iPhone to PC, such as,
● Preview and selective operation: This tool allows you to preview all videos on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch to selectively transfer videos, photos, instead of copying the whole videos.
● High transfer speed: It supports importing a large number of videos to your computer in a short time that faster than most transfer tools.
● High safety: You don’t need to make any changes to your phone. This software won't view or do any damage to your iPhone data.
● Fully support most iOS devices. FoneTool works well with most iPhone models from iPhone 4 to the latest iPhone 14, including iPhone 6, 7, 7Plus, 11, 12, 13. Meanwhile, it always makes itself function perfectly with the latest models and iOS versions.
Now, you can connect your iPhone with a computer running with Windows 10. Then follow the steps below to see how to use this tool.
Step 1. Connect iPhone to a computer via a USB cable. And trust the computer on your phone.
Step 2. Open and launch FoneTool. On the main interface, click “iPhone to PC”.
Step 3. Click the “+” icon, and you can view videos on your iPhone. Then select the videos you want to transfer, and click “OK”.
Step 4. Choose a storage path from Transfer Settings to save the selected videos. Click “Start Transfer" to start the process.
Methods 2. Export videos from iPhone to Windows 10 with Photos app
Windows 10 system inserts a photos app helping you to manage photos and videos on the computer. You can also move your videos from your iPhone to your PC with this application.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to a PC using a USB cable. Trust this computer, and see if it detects your iPhone.
Step 2. Click the “Start” button on the computer, and select the “Photos” application. If you can't find it, search it with the searching box next to the start button or try the other way.
Step 3. Click “Import” > “From a USB device”. And you can see all the photos on your iPhone demonstrated.
Step 4. Select the videos or photos you want to transfer, and choose where you want to save them. And click “Import Select” to start the process.
Method 3. Transfer videos from iPhone to Windows 10 PC with File Explorer
If you don’t want the Photo application, File Explorer can also help you. Refer to the following steps.
Step 1. Make sure your iPhone is detected by the Windows 10 computer, and trust the computer.
Step 2. Double-click “This PC”, if you don’t find the “This PC” icon. Click “Start” button > “File Explorer” > “This PC”.
Step 3. And you will see your iPhone device display on File Explorer. And open it, and go to “Internal Storage” > “DCIM” > “100Apple” or "Internal Storage" > "DCIM". And select videos you need and drag them to a drive on this PC to move the videos.
Method 4. Transfer videos from iPhone to Windows PC with iTunes
iTunes is a media manager provided by Apple. It allows you to share media files between your devices. But if you have lots of photos, it can take a long time to finish.
✍Before we get started, you need to:
Open your iPhone photos app and choose videos you want to copy.
Click the "Up" icon, and choose “Save to Files”.
Tap “On My iPhone” and choose an app on the drop-down options.
Step 1. Download and install iTunes for Windows, and launch it.
Step 2. Choose the phone icon on the top of the interface.
Step 3. Click “Files Sharing” on the left pane. On the right side of the interface, choose the App where your saved your videos. and the videos will be demonstrated.
Step 4. Click “Save”, and choose a location to save these videos.
Method 5. Transfer iPhone videos to Windows 10 computer with iCloud
Sometimes, you may encounter an error like "iTunes can't sync photos to the iPhone". If your iCloud is enabled and is in sync with your iPhone photos, iCloud is another tool provided by Apple to export videos from iPhone running with iOS 5 and later.
Before getting started, you need to make sure the iCloud is enabled. Just go “Settings” on your iPhone, and scroll the setting page, and choose “Photos”, and see if the “iCloud photos” is opened.
Then follow the steps below.
Step 1. Go to iCloud.com on your computer, or download the iCloud for Windows 10.
Step 2. Choose the “photos” on the iCloud page. And you can view all photos and videos uploaded.
Step 3. Choose all videos you want to transfer to the computer, and click the “Download” button on the top of the page, and choose “Download”.
● Unmodified Original: Download the original copy of the selected videos without any changes.
● Most Compatible: Download the selected videos in a compatible format.
Then just wait for a while, you can enjoy your videos from the Windows 10 computer.
Now, you have known how to transfer videos from iPhone PC or laptop running with Windows 10. You can choose a way according to your need. The 5 methods are applicable for transferring photos from iPhone to Windows 10, 11, 8, 7 computer. Hope these methods can help you.
FoneTool Runs Perfectly on
- iOS 16/15/14/13/12/11 and former
- iPadOS 16/15/14/13/12/11 and former
- iPhone 14/14 Pro (Max), 13/13 mini/Pro (Max), iPhone 12/12 mini/Pro (Max), iPhone 11/11 Pro (Max)
- iPhone X/XR/XS/XS Max, iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6/6s/6s Plus
- iPhone SE (1st, 2nd, 3rd generations)
- iPod touch 1/2/3/4/5/6/7
- All models of iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad Pro and iPad