You may need to move videos taken with your iPhone and movie, MV, TV Show etc. on your iPhone to Mac from time to time, as you want to save your iPhone capacity. You may also want to edit your videos with an easier want or play the great videos on your computer. So what’s the best and easiest way to transfer videos from iPhone to Mac?
If you don't want to use iPhoto to transfer videos, you can use another tool called iPhone Transfer for Mac
, which can help to transfer videos from iPhone to Mac
quickly. Moreover, with this tool, you can also transfer other videos files, such as movies, music videos, TV shows and more from iPhone to Mac. Also, you can transfer music from iPhone to Mac and other files from iPhone to Mac with this software, vice versa.
Free download the trial version of iPhone Transfer on your Mac and transfer videos to Mac right away.
How to Transfer Videos from iPhone to Mac
Step 1. Open the program and connect iPhone to Mac
Launch the program after installing it. Then, connect iPhone to your Mac computer. Once the device is detected, this program will identify and list detailed info of your iDevices automatically, including model, capacity, format, version and serial number.
Step 2. Transfer videos from iPhone to Mac
To transfer videos shot by iPhone to Mac, click "Photos"
. Select the photos you want and click "Export to"
> "Export to Mac"
To transfer movies from iPhone to Mac, click "Media"
and then highlight "Movies"
in the top toolbar. Now, select the movies you want. You can also type the file name in the search box and then the tool will automatically locate the file in your iPhone in seconds. Then, click "Export to"
> "Export to Mac"
to start to copy movies from iPhone to Mac.
After transferring videos from iPhone to Mac, you can also take advantage of this program to delete iPhone videos to free up space on your iPhone. As a powerful transfer tool, iPhone Transfer for Mac aims to help users effortlessly transfer all popular files, including videos, contacts, SMS, TV shows, music, eBooks, audiobooks, ringtones, podcasts, playlists, etc. from iPad/iPhone/iPod to Mac.