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Four Ways To Export Photos/Video From iPhone To Windows 10

Sabine updated on Sep 21, 2020 to iPhone Data Transfer | How-to Articles

How to transfer videos from iPhone to PC running Windows 10? There are several options available. You can use a USB cable, a professional data transfer software, Apple's iCloud service, or Windows Explorer, depending on your needs and intentions.

If you're planning to view these videos or pictures on your computer, you should move them in a way without losing video/photo quality. Method 1 is a nice choice. Another consideration is the speed of transfer.

If you plan to transfer high-quality videos or massive videos, you need to look for the way with fast transfer speed. Whatever you want, this guide can satisfy all your needs for video and photos transfer. Keep reading to know more.

Method 1. Import Photos/Videos from iPhone to Windows 10 with EaseUS MobiMover

EaseUS MobiMover is a powerful iOS data transfer tool that can help you transfer photos and videos to PC running Windows 10 with three steps. It has many advantages for video and picture transfer and other additional features of data management, some of which are shown below. 

  • Transfer videos/photos without losing their quality.
  • Tranfer high-quality videos/photos at a fast speed.
  • Allow you to preview photos before transferring.
  • Transfer multiple categories between two iOS devices or between iOS devices and computers.
  • Add or delete your iPhone/iPad items freely.
  • Download audio/videos from 1000+ video/audio sharing websites for free.

Step 1. Connect your iPhone to your computer and tap "Trust" on your iPhone screen to continue. Run EaseUS MobiMover and choose "Phone to PC" > "Next".

connect device and launch EaseUS MobiMover

Step 2. Select "Videos" among the options and click the default path to set a custom storage path if you need to. Afterward, click "Transfer".

select files and set custom path

Step 3. When the transfer process has finished, you can go to view the videos on your computer.

start transferring files from iPhone/iPad to computer

Method 2. Export Video from iPhone to Windows 10 with Photos App

Photos App in Windows 10 is a good helper to move pictures and videos between your iPhone and PC. It gathers photos from your computer, phone, and other devices in a place where you can find them easily. 

Step 1. Connect your iPhone to the PC via a USB cable > Tap on the "Trust" button on your iPhone to move on.

Step 2. Run the Photos App and choose the "Import" button in the upper left of the interface > Choose the "From a USB device," and then all photos stored on your iPhone will be displayed. 

Step 3. Tap the Import settings (three black dots) to set the location you want to store these videos, choose the way to organize these files, and decide whether to delete the items or not after importing. If everything goes well, confirm and click the "Done" button to continue.

Step 4. Select the videos and photos you wish to transfer > Click "Import Select" to start to import.

Import Videos from iPhone to PC

Method 3. Import Videos from iPhone to Windows 10 with Windows Explorer

If the Photos App on Windows 10 doesn't work, don't disconnect your iPhone to the PC, because you can use File Explorer on your computer for this purpose.

Step 1. Connect your iPhone to the PC > Unlock your iPhone > Tap "Trust" or "Allow" on your iPhone if asked.

Step 2. On your PC, head to "This PC" > Find your iPhone under Devices and drives > Right-click your device > Choose "Import Pictures and Videos."

Step 3. Then, it offers two options: "Review, organize, and group items to import" or "Import all new items now." The former option lets you sort your photos and videos in groups and copy each group to a different folder. The latter option is designed for copying every photo into one folder. After making your decision, tap the "Next" button.

Step 4. Select the videos and photos you want to transfer > Click "Import" to begin.

Or you can also go to this PC > [your iPhone name] > Internal Storage > DCIM > 100APPLE and copy the videos from your iPhone to your computer.

Tranafer Photos and Videos from iPhone to PC

Method 4. Import Photos and Video from iPhone to Windows 10 with iCloud

Apple offers a special software called "iCloud for Windows" to access the virtual storage space from your PC. This is compatible with all versions of the operating system Windows 7 or higher. Download the software to your PC and start to save and transfer videos.

If you have an Apple ID, 5 GB are available for free in the iCloud. The automatic synchronization of files via the photo library only works if the videos and photos on your iPhone are less than 5 GB - otherwise, you have to buy additional paid storage space.

Step 1. Enable iCloud Photo Library on your iPhone.

Open your iPhone and head to the Settings app > Scroll down to find "Photos" and tap it > Active "iCloud Photo Library. Then, all of your photos and videos will be uploaded to your Apple iCloud account automatically.

Import Photos and Videos from iPhone to Windows 10

Step 2. Download a copy of your photos from iCloud for Windows.

Download and install iCloud for Windows on your computer > Sign in with your Apple ID > Enable the "Photos" feature in the iCloud control panel > Click the "Options" button to set the path where videos and photos are stored on your PC > Click the "Apply" button to start transferring.

Export Videos from iPone to Windows 10

How do I view iPhone photos on my PC? This is one of the most common questions asked by users. To help you do it, we collect four easy methods to view iPhone photos on PC.

In Conclusion

Of all the methods we listed above, Method 1 is the most recommended for its high transfer speed and flexible transfer ways. As for other methods, each of them has pros and cons. You can choose one based on your needs. By the way, the above-introduced methods can also be applied to transfer photos from iPhone to PC running Windows 10.