iPhone is a good tool to take record of our daily life, and keep the precious moment for us. So we can enjoy them on our spare time to look back on our life experiences. Those videos can ever energize us especially when we feel lonely or depressed.
But because of the high resolution of iPhone, even short iPhone video takes large space. So how to move and save those videos can be a problem. Of course, we can do it by connecting iPhone with computer, but problem occurs still because of the big size of those videos. It either takes long time to finish the transfer work, or fails to move them successfully.
So here is the instruction about moving iPhone videos to Mac computer through wifi. There are two advantages of using wifi: First, we don’t have to connect iPhone with computer using USB cable. Only have to connect them both to the same wifi network; Second, there is no limitation on size when using wifi. Even large videos can be transferred rather quickly.
We use AllTrans here to transfer iPhone videos to Mac to save them.
AllTrans is an iPhone wifi transfer app which can transfer almost all kinds of files(photos, videos, music etc) between iDevice and computer.
First, download AllTrans to iPhone, and be sure that iPhone and Mac are under the same wifi network;
Second, run AllTrans to get the URL address and input them into browser of Mac exactly as it appeared in iPhone to get the page as below.
We see that there are four tabs on the page. Clicking the “Video” tab will not lead you to videos you saved on iPhone. Because videos taken will be saved to Camera Roll，so here we click the “Picture” tab instead.
Third, go to “Picture” tab, then select “Camera Roll” to show the photos and videos saved there.
Fourth, as shown above, video files will have a little video icon on the left corner of the thumbnail.
Fifth, the “download” button below the thumbnail can help you download the video file one by one; of course, you can also batch download the video files.
It’s also quite convinient for you to batch download iPhone photos and videos to Mac to backup them.