How can I transfer iphone videos to ipad?

John Mille

New Member
How can I get the videos(mostly mp4 format)

out of iphone and transfer them to ipad? they

said copy the videos to computer and then

transfer to ipad. But that didn’t work at

all!!! I tried so many time but when iphone

was pluged in there was no videos shown on the

computer! Anyone help???
 

Adamsappleone

U.S.Navy D.A.V.
Hello John Mille,
to Windows 7 Forums,

Try emailing the video to yourself, then open your email in iPad, which should show as a file attachment, then click the arrow in the top right to save it. You should now be able to view it in iMovie.

Hope this helps;
Don
 

donmicao

New Member
First of all pls make sure that ur iTunes is set to manually manage music. Then do it as the following steps:
1.Connect iPhone to computer, go to my computer n double click iPhone drive, choose "tools"--> “Folder Options”--> “View” --> select “Show Hidden Files & Folders “and click “OK”
2.in the videos files choose the video which you want to transfer, then transfer it to computer.
3. Next, connect you ipad you pc too. And running iTunes transfer the videos which you transfer to pc.
4. Done!
This might be a little complicated but it definitely works well, and it’s totally free, better than u gets a Link Removed - Invalid URL or sth like that.
 

poppycao

New Member
Hello.
First, you should transfer you iphone videos to your pc, and then transfer your videos from pc to ipad. When you plug your iphone into computer there should to a box opened, then you click “view files” to find the videos you want to transfer and do the copy and paste thing. If you didn’t see the box you can click on your home button then go to computer tab, you will see your iphone, and then click on it until it downloads the videos. And also, you can use a third-part software--iphone/ipad to computer transfer. You can get something useful information. Thanks.
 

channnn

New Member
You can use iTunes to transfer files from your iPhone to PC, then transfer it to iPad. But iTunes is slow to transfer files from iPhone to PC, especially in bulk. Actually, there are available apps from App Store and I would recommend you to use AirMore. You don't have to install its desktop version because it is a web-based app and it's easy to connect your PC to iPhone through Radar or QR code. You can search it on google. :)
 
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Roger Garcia

New Member
How can I get the videos(mostly mp4 format)

out of iphone and transfer them to ipad? they

said copy the videos to computer and then

transfer to ipad. But that didn’t work at

all!!! I tried so many time but when iphone

was pluged in there was no videos shown on the

computer! Anyone help???
I agree to Channnn, recently i had the same issue but found this app on the internet called AirMore. You can actually use this app to transfer your videos from iPhone directly to your iPad.
 

Spirit Wolfe

Honorable Member
Hello:

PLEASE! Try this application and program first!

I found this little gem of a free application and program (meaning -- its multi-platform -- SA can be used on Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms) from an app developer by the name of Estmob from Seoul, named Send Anywhere. This is a truly multi-platform application that works. I have used Send Anywhere to copy apps that were no longer on the Google Play store because I wanted to use them on my Galaxy S8 and since I could no longer download them from the Google Play Store I used Send Anywhere and I transferred them (with SSL encryption) from my Galaxy S7 to my S8 with no issues -- and fast!

You can use any wireless connection your phone, tablet or computer has to offer for the transfer of the photos, videos, audios, apps, contacts, etc. to your computer or another platform or multi-platform device.
 

Spirit Wolfe

Honorable Member
I [...] found this app on the internet called AirMore. You can actually use this app to transfer your videos from iPhone directly to your iPad.
I looked into using this app and found that Send Anywhere has gone a leap further and created multi-platform programs that will work within not only Windows; also within Linux, Macs, and other computer desktop operating systems. These programs will help the extreme smartphone novices to extreme smartphone experts. Unlike AirMore, you do not have to worry about making sure that the hotspot SSID and password is correct or that a number on the IP address is not transposed when typing it into your browser manually. Once an initial transfer is completed by scanning the QR code or entering the 6-digit one-time passkey to create the SSL encrypted hashtag your laptop/notebook/computer will be bookmarked both on your smartphone and on the SA's desktop program for easy access next time. The desktop program allows for easy drag and drop file(s).

There is a free version that has a limit of 10GB per link transfers with the option of spending $4.99 (US) one-time "support the developer" fee that removes all ads (or not; I did only to support the continuation of the excellent app). The monthly fee allows up to 1TB file-transfer links that do not expire.

Hope this helps...
 

chris45120

New Member
In case you just want to show it on the iPhone, then upload it to your YouTube (GMail) account, and stream it in the YouTube app on iPhone. (OS X, Windows, Android, iOS).

If you want to put it physically on the iPhone, then use the iTunes program to do so (OS X and Windows).

Or put it in Foto library (Mac, iPad, iPod), and then it automatically appears in the Foto app on all of your Apple devices, including iPhone.

You may have to use a video format conversion tool, depending on the original video format.

A quick and dirty method is to record it with the iPhone camera and microphone when played on another device.
 

Qssakim

New Member
If you really want to get an answer for it,Google must tell you,please note,do a backup for your iPhone is necessary.
 
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