How to Get Video onto Your iPhone
Today, getting a colorful vid onto an iPhone is as fast and easy as never before. You will probably ask if there are tools that can convert a bulky file to a compact format, so that it can fit on your iPhone's memory chip. The answer is yes!
Software developers have come up with a versatile and easy-to-use file conversion utility that converts files of almost all popular video codecs to AVI, MPG, MPEG, WMV, and FLV. Besides, the tool has a unique Video to Device feature that fits your video to iPhone, as well as to iPod, Xbox, Apple TV and other portable players.
Total Movie Converter does not require any special skill or knowledge. To understand how it works, you need nothing more than just a look at the interface and a run through its menus. It will take you minutes to learn how to use the batch mode and convert many files with just one click of a button.
How Do I Convert My Video to iPhone?
Nothing really big! All you have to do is select a folder in the Folder List and specify the files you are going to convert by checking them. Then use the Video to Device feature and select iPhone. The Wizard will guide you through the process. It will offer you default settings. You can also specify your own settings, but it takes a little bit of experience to figure out how exactly they influence the quality of a video. Total Video Converter has a built-in player, so you can preview videos before and after conversion to ensure good quality.
Total Movie Converter integrates into Windows. You can convert a video to iPhone right from the desktop through the right-button popup menu. This program can also be launched from within other programs via command line.
Moving a Vid onto an iPhone Player
To send a video to iPhone, you will need iTunes, a program that sends video/audio files and images to portable players. Make sure your iPhone is connected to your PC. You can use USB or Bluetooth connection. Run iTunes and click ‘Movies' in the left sidebar. To add a file to iTunes library, copy it to the Movies window, using the drag-and-drop option. Then open your iPhone's page in iTunes and select the Video tab. Sync your movie with your device. Once the transfer is complete, you should see your file on your iPhone. Enjoy!