Adding/Putting movies from PC/Mac to iPhone 5 via iTunes

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Adding/Putting movies from PC/Mac to iPhone 5 via iTunes

Postby jacknjchn » Thu Feb 28, 2013 9:31 am

This article Original From: Connect iphone 5 to PC/mac for transferring HD video files | portable device conversion

In the battle between Samsung and Apple the iPhone 5 has beaten Samsung’s flagship phone in sales during the last months of 2012.

The iPhone 5 became the best selling smartphone in the world with the Samsung Galaxy S3 being pushed into third placed behind the iPhone 4S, according to the latest research from Strategy Analytics.


Part I: Can’t Decide On The IPhone 5?
For Smartphone owners, the cellular phone is an integral part of daily life — putting people, places, websites, and games at our fingertips. The decision to change up the appearance, feel, or functionality of our technological best buddy is a big step — not only financially but also personally.

Having been out for four months, it’s now safe to assume that users of Apple’s iPhone 5 have had time to get used to the device and experience the ways in which it differs from previous models. Some people love it and others emphatically do not. Whether or not it will make for a worthwhile purchase depends on your personal preferences and requisites.
In terms of external design and appearance, here are the new model’s key features:

- It’s lighter, weighing in at just 3.9 ounces, while the previous model is 4.8 ounces. It is slimmer, at 7.6 millimeters thick instead of 9.3 millimeters.

- It has an anodized aluminum exterior, as opposed to stainless steel. This makes it softer, smoother, and lighter, but also more prone to cosmetic damages.

- It’s taller, with a half-inch of added height to the screen. This allows for an extra row of icons, but of course fitting the device into your pocket might not fly anymore.

Still can’t decide whether the new external design is awkwardly tall or smooth and sleek? Perhaps understanding the internal design changes will help to determine if this phone is worth the extra money to you:

- The expanded screen fits 18% more pixels, making for better image resolution.

- It has an A6 processor chip, whereas previous models have A4 and A5 chips. The A6 chip makes for longer battery life and all-around quicker functionality.

- It comes with 16, 32, or 64GB of storage. For reference, the iPhone 4S has 16GB, and the iPhone 4 has 8GB.

- The new 8-megapixel camera is designed to decrease noise and increase color vibrancy.

- The iPhone 5’s iOS 6 software has over 200 app and feature updates – Apple Maps clearly not being one of its strong suits.

While you can’t buy just one Ugg boot, and mixing Absolut with Grey Goose is not recommended, iPhone 4 users who are intrigued by the new model but still hesitant to splurge are in luck. By releasing downloadable iOS 6 software, Apple has given customers the ability to get a piece of the iPhone 5 in the body of an older model – free of financial commitment.
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Part II:
As a newbie of iPhone 5, have you thought how to easily sync movies/videos, music to iPhone 5 from PC or Mac via iTunes
. If so , following is the detailed guide, please go through it.

▲System requirements:
PC: Windows 7; Windows Vista; or Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 3 or later
Mac: OS X v10.6.8 or later
iTunes 10.7 or later.

1. Connect iPhone 5 to your PC/Mac with micro USB Cable. iTunes will open automatically.(If not, launch it.)
2. When iTunes read your iPhone 5, it will appear in the DEVICES list then select it.
3. Sync your media files by two ways. Choose one you need.
a. Sync music and videos to iPhone 5 manually: check “Manually manage music and videos” in Options area and click Apply. This will deselect the automatic sync settings for the Music, Movies, and TV Shows tabs. Then you can drag and drop movies from iTunes Movie library to the Movies tab under your iPhone 5 in the sidebar, the same to music.
b. Sync iTunes library to iPhone 5 automatically: simply press “Sync”. In this way everything in your iTunes will be synced with your new iPhone, including Audio content (music, podcasts, audiobooks, and iTunes U content), Movies and TV shows, Photos, Books, Contacts, Calendars, Documents (File Sharing apps only), Applications, Bookmarks, etc.

▲Note: iTunes has the video format limit. Before you can freely add your personal video files to iTunes for syncing to iPhone 5, you need to check if your video files are supported by iTunes. Remember iPhone 5 can only support H.264/MPEG-4 .mov, .mp4, .m4v format that is compatible with iPhone 5 video format.

If you got some 1080p or 720p video materials in format of .mkv, .avi, .wmv, .flv, .mts, .m2ts, .tivo, .mpeg, .mpg, etc and wanna add them to iPhone 5, how to convert 720p/1080p video files to iPhone 5 accepted formats?

Part III: Transfer 720p/1080p MKV/AVI/FLV/WMV/MTS/MPEG/Tivo video files from PC or Mac to iPhone 5with the best video/audio settings.

There is indeed some resolutions to transfer your these movies into your Apple iPhone 5. One of which is using video converter, such as iPhone 5 Video Converter or iPhone5 Video Converter for Mac, which are especially designed for Windows or Mac users to reformat various video files to the target format as need. Here it can help the iPhone users to convert 1080p, 720p HD movies to iPhone 5 compatible .mp4, .mov or .m4v format. The most important is that the software allows you to freely customize the video, audio parameters like video size, video/audio bitrate and more for getting the best quality output.following is the detailed Tutorial, please go through it, too.

Step 1: Launch the recommended program to import the videos you wanna convert for your iPhone 5. You can check the “Merge into one” box to combine some files together if need.

Step 2: Click on Format, and from the dropdown menu, select Common video > H.264 Video(*.mp4) that is the friendly format for iPhone 5.

Step 3: Adjust the best video/audio settings for iPhone 5 1080p/720p videos via tapping the Settings icon. Below I list the recommended settings for iPhone5 video.

Step 4: Hit the Convert button to start the 1080p/720p MKV/AVI/FLV/WMV/MTS/MPEG/Tivo video to iPhone 5 conversion.

When the conversion ends, it’s time for you get and sync the resulted video files to iPhone 5 with the best video/audio settings.

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