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The videos you take on the iPhone can quickly clog up the Camera Roll in combination with your photos. The 5 GB of free iCloud storage is highly insufficient as the space is shared between iPhone videos, photos, documents and backup files. Here’s an easy solution to back up iPhone and iPad videos to PC without using iCloud or iTunes.

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You can now back up both iPhone videos and photos with the latest version of CopyTrans Photo. Check it out. How to transfer iPhone videos to PC with CopyTrans Photo copytrans photo v4

Let’s transfer iPhone videos to a Windows computer

  1. First, download CopyTrans from the following page Download CopyTrans now

  2. Install the program. If you need help installing CopyTrans Apps, please refer to this article

  3. Run CopyTrans and connect the iPhone, iPad or iPod. CopyTrans lists all iPhone songs, videos and playlists main copytrans window

  4. Choose “Manual backup” from the top and select “Camera roll” under “Playlists” camera roll playlist in copytrans manual backup mode

    Related: Looking to back up music videos to iTunes on your PC? Check this tutorial instead.

  5. Select the videos that you want to transfer by checking the boxes on the left of each video title. Then click the “Folder” button on top copytrans backup to folder

  6. From the newly-opened window, you can select the PC location for the backup by clicking the Blue Pencil symbol. To begin the backup click “Start backup” start backup popup in copytrans

  7. CopyTrans begins copying the selected videos to the specified PC folder copytrans backup in progress

  8. Click “Finish” once the backup is complete. copytrans backup complete

The videos are copied to the PC folder of your choice. iphone mov videos in windows explorer window

This is how to transfer iPhone videos to any Windows computer.

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Krasimir is an avid marketing aficionado and a tech-support specialist in charge of the English-speaking market. He grew up in Bulgaria and on the island of Mauritius where he became passionate about windsurfing and photography.