how to transfer recorded videos to iPhone 7

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I got a new iPhone 7 and want to put my record videos to iPhone 7. However, iTunes refuses to do that. Please help.
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Envargm

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If the video stored in your old Android phone, then that's easy to move recorded videos from Android to your new iPhone 7. 

Method 1. You can plug your iPhone into your Windows PC via USB and then choose Import pictures and videos for an automatic transfer, or Open device to view files (your photos and videos will be in the Internal Storage/DCIM folder) if you want to select individually. 

Method 2. transfer files from Android to iPhone with Mobiledic phone transfer
This is a third party but professional program which can directly transfer videos, photos, contacts, messages and other data from Android to iPhone without loss.
You need two USB and connect your two phone to a computer, run the program to transfer data.
Source: http://www.mobiledic.com/android-topic/transfer-data-from-android-to-iphone.html

Method 3. Transfer videos videos wirelessly, 
You can transfer  photos and videos wirelessly, but it will take longer. You can do this using any cloud service. There are many options that are available on Android and iOS. Simply install something like Google Photos, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, or DropBox on your iPhone, upload the files, and then install the same app on your Android, and download them.
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Envargm

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I will try it out, thanks
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Robert R., Online Community Admin

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Hi Envargm;

What errors / notifications are you getting from iTunes? Are you importing the MP4 files that are produced from Camtasia after editing, and following Apple's official instructions (see: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4092903?tstart=0 )?

-Robert
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Envargm

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thanks
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Phuong_26031990

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What errors / notifications are you getting from iTunes?.me too
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Henri Charles

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Well, Apple does not allow iPhone users to copy or transfer iTunes files to another device.

In such case you have to take help of third-party tool popularly known is iOS Transfer. It will easily help you to put your recorded videos to iPhone 7.

Beside videos, you can also transfer media files such as photos, music, import/export contacts and SMS.
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Emily Baker

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Some people will try to use iTunes to solve the problem while they have trouble in it, but actually, iTunes is a one-way transfer tool on your iPhone, it only has the ability to sync media files from the local disk to the device directly. So when you're planning to export iPhone videos , you'd better to find another way to help you out of the trouble. To save your time on finding solutions on the Internet, here we kindly recommend MobiKin iPhone Transfer program for your reference.
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ardwork

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I am using free hd video converter, only need to load my video to this program and select the output formats as iphone 7, the video can be converted to my phone, it is really simple and useful, you can try too because this is a totally free tool
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Once you have all your videos converted to .mp4 or .m4v, you can begin transferring them to your iPhone using iTunes. This is a very simple process.

First, please connect your iPhone to computer via a USB cable. If your phone is locked, you should unlock it with passcode. Then open up iTunes and go to the "Movies" section on the left side and you can start importing videos from PC to iTunes by following below ways:

- Minimize the folder with your .mp4 videos and drag-n-drop the desired video straight into the iTunes windows;
- Go to "File" > "Add to Library" and choose the videos.

Now, click your device under the "DEVICES" section and click the "Movies" button above. Here, you can check the option of "Sync Movies" and "Automatically include all movies" to begin transferring all the new videos to you iPhone as you like.

That's the whole settings to move or import video from computer to iPhone, and you have to remember that before transferring any videos, you have to make sure that they are of .mp4 or .m4v formats so that your phone can recognize and play them.