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Hey new member here, does anyone know a way to take some of my quicktime videos and turn them into a format for my iPhone? any help would be greatly appreciated.
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probably a bad place to post SORRY
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Hey new member here, does anyone know a way to take some of my quicktime videos and turn them into a format for my iPhone? any help would be greatly appreciated.
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What do you mean by Quicktime videos? There are a whole bunch of formats that Quicktime can play, though for the most part they should work right away on an iPhone. Just drag the videos to the Movies section of iTunes. If they get added, then you can simply sync them to your iPhone.


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sorry for being so vague. all the ones I am talkin about are saved as .mov
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Try doing what I said above, drag the videos into iTunes and see if it works.


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no, it syncs the videos that I converted using handbrake, but does not sync my quicktime.mov files, it doesnt give me an error message either
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So you're saying that when you drag the videos into iTunes that they don't get added to the iTunes Movie Library or that they aren't available under the Videos tab when you plug in your iPhone?


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Just export from quicktime to the correct spec.
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