Try to transfer videos to your iPad but iTunes failed to do that? This guide will show you some solutions to fix that iTunes not syncing videos to iPhone issue.
As a universal desktop media player, iTunes can play a wide variety of videos, like the movie files that end in “.mov”, “.m4v”, or “.mp4”. However, iPhone, iPad and some modes of iPod only play videos in specific formats. If your video contents are not purchased from iTunes Store, you’ll have good chance that they won’t sync to iPhone, iPad with iTunes.
For instance, trying to import an MKV HD movie to iPad, iTunes will warn you: XXX was not copied to iPad because it cannot be played:
Step 1. Open AnyTrans, and connect your iPhone or iPad to computer. To set the video format you want to AnyTrans to convert to:
Step 2. Go to the page like below and you can manage your iPhone content by category. Click on the Device Manager > Tap on Videos.
Step 3. Choose the category you want to add > Click the “+” button or click on the Click to add new content> Browse the videos on your computer > Select the video > Click Open to start transfer videos to your iPhone or iPad.
It’s glad to see iTunes offers an option to convert these iTunes supported video files to an iPod or iPhone version. Follow Open iTunes > Select the video file that won’t move to iPhone > Click File on the top side > Create New Version > Create iPod or iPhone version:
However, as long as you use this feature, you’ll find many inconveniences, such as:
Unlike iTunes, AnyTrans won’t erase any existed data on your iPhone iPad during the transfer process, but guarantees you 100% Safe & Security. You can also transfer photos, music, books, and contacts to iDevice without limits. Download it to have a try. Don’t forget to share this post with your friends if it is helpful to you.
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