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Transfer Video to iOS Device

The multimedia files converted, downloaded, recorded, and edited using UniConverter can be transferred to iOS devices for playback, storage, and other purposes. The complete step-by-step guide for the transfer is given below.

Step 1

Check for the supported device and connect

Run the installed iSkysoft software on your Mac and from the primary interface, select the Transfer section. The list of iOS devices supported by the program along with their supported version can be checked here.

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The supported iPhone, iPad, or iPod can be connected to your system using a USB cable. The device once connected and detected by the software will appear on the interface.

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Step 2

Load videos to be transferred

To add the files to be transferred to the iOS device click on the + Add Files button on the Transfer tab. Multiple files can be added here from the system.

transfer video to ios device

To add the converted, downloaded, or recorded videos, move to their respective section on the primary interface and from the Converted/Finished tab, and click on the Add to Transfer button.

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transfer video to ios device
Step 3

Transfer videos to iOS device

The Transfer section of the interface will now show all the added files along with the connected devices.

To transfer one file at a time, click on the Transfer button next to the video and for transferring all the added files, hit on the Transfer All button.

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  • While you transfer your files to iOS devices, the videos are saved to the Video app of your device by default. (The users in America can find their videos under the TV app). The audio files are transferred to the Music app of the device.
  • At the Transfer section, right-click the added video and here you can use the options to transfer, play, remove video, get media information and open the file location.