How to Put Movie Video on iPod touch nano

Summary

You may have lots of great movie videos ripped from DVD or downloaded from internet. This page will show you how to put movies on iPod.

Kelly Woods

Aug 14, 2012

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iTunes can sync your music and movies to an iPod, but the disadvantage of using iTunes to put movie videos on iPod is that every time you want to add one single piece of video, you have to complete transferring the entire library onto the iPod. It will consume you a large amount of time.

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To help you avoid above inconvenience, we'll introduce you a much simpler solution which can let you put your movies (playable on Apple devices) onto iPod.

Part 1: How to Put Movies on iPod touch

Step 1: download PhoneTrans Pro and give it few seconds for installation.

Step 2: Connect your iPod touch to the computer via USB cable. If the cable is unavailable, PhoneTrans Pro also gives you an option to transfer movies to iPod touch wirelessly. See Wi-Fi guides >

Step 3: Select your device on the left side of the window > Click Movies tab > Click Add > Locate the movie videos saved on your computer > Click OK to get your movies transferred into iPod touch.

How to Put Movies on iPod touch

How to Move Movies on iPod touch with PhoneTrans Pro

Your iPod touch need to have enough free space to sync the movies that you have selected. You can use the capacity bar at the bottom of window to determine how much free space is available. If it is running out of disk, the PhoneClean is a choice to free up more space on iPod touch, iPhone, iPad.

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Part 2: How to Sync Movie to iPod nano, iPod classic

The only difference is you should use another program called PodTrans Pro for transferring movies to iPod nano and iPod classic. It's a friend reminder that the latest iPod nano do not support playing movie video any more. Hope the new iPod nano may get an update for this.

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