How to Put Movies on iPhone Free in Four Easy Steps

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Carman Updated on May 22, 2019 to iPhone Data Transfer | How-to Articles

“I have collected dozens of classic movies of 9GB more or less on my Windows 10 computer. Is it possible to put movies on iPhone and watch my favorites on-the-go wherever? I have compressed them and reduce the size of all films into a smaller one, about 5GB. I use an iPhone 6 in 64GB in new iOS 11. Can your EaseUS MobiMover Free help me to add movies on iPhone rapidly?”

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Using EaseUS MobiMover, a free iPhone data transfer software, you can not only transfer videos from PC to iPhone but also keep your movies in sync over your iPhone, iPad or PC in Windows without iTunes library. As you have saved lots of Hollywood blockbusters, favorite films, Disney animation, TV series or other shows on your PC running in Windows 10/8.1/8/7, it can automatically loads all videos files in most popular mp4 format or other types like mov, m4v, wmv, rm, mkv, avi, flv and put videos on iPhone in the same quality. It's quite sure for you to watch the movie on iPhone smoothly whenever you keep the copies of movies. Let's show you how to transfer videos from PC to iPhone.

Step 1. Connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer and launch EaseUS MobiMover. On your iDevice, click "Trust" to trust your computer. Then go to "Content Management" > "Videos" > "Movie" in MobiMover.

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Step 2. To transfer videos from PC to iPhone or iPad, choose "Add Contents".

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Step 3. Now you need to select the movies you want and click "Open" to transfer from computer to your iPhone/iPad. Videos formats, including MP4, MOV, M4V, WMV, RM, MKV, AVI, and FLV, are all supported by EaseUS MobiMover. (While transferring videos that have formatted not supported by your iPhone/iPad, MobiMover will convert it to MP4 automatically during the transfer process.)

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