The latest iPhones allow you to record videos in high definition, which is a great news for enthusiasts who have till now been using camcorders to shoot. It is quite convenient to take out your iPhone to shoot rather than carrying a bulky SLR around with you.
But it is important that you store and backup all your videos before it is too late. Many have learnt it the hard way that sometimes machines can betray your trust, in the process erasing all those memorable home videos.
So follow these three simple ways of making a safe backup of videos from your iPhone.
1. You can use iSkysoft Tunes Over for Mac to sync your iPhone 5 HD videos to Mac through iTunes. This is a good and reliable software to transfer videos from iPhone to Mac as it acts as an interface for iTunes.
2. Use iCloud to make a proper backup of all videos in your iPhone. But free storage provided by iCloud is only 5GB and videos, as they pile up, are obviously going to take more space. So do not hesitate in buying more space should the need arise. This way, your videos will be accessible from any device with an internet connection, and will be immune to a system failure.
3. Another way is to backup to Dropbox or Google+. You can download the Dropbox and Google+ iPhone app and have your videos automatically uploaded to either of them. Videos you take on your device will be safe on these two (store on both for extra safety) cloud services.
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