Everytime you want to record or download videos, "no storage space" popping up? The iPhone camera is a huge storage hog; iPhone has 12-megapixel camera that can shoot 4K videos, which can take up 350MB of your storage space every minute.
This implies that a 16GB iPhone will not have storage space left after 30 minutes when using 4K video recording. This is not exclusive to the newest iPhone, other old iPhone versions comes with 1080p video recorder that occupies 130MB of storage space per minute. Maybe you are still in doubt, let check your iPhone 7 video sizes.
Part 1: How to Check iPhone Video Sizes
Step 2: Go to Albums tab at the bottom and then choose Videos.
Step 3: Hit Select at the top right corner and tap the video you want to know size.
Step 4: Select the Share button at the bottom left and click on Mail.
Step 5: Tap To field and enter your email address.
Step 6: Tap Send. It will ask you to select the video size to send. You can find the actual size of the video there.
Part 2: How to Reduce iPhone Camera Resolution from Settings - Free
Step 1: Go to your iPhone Settings app.
Step 2: From Settings, select Photo & Camera.
Step 3: Select Record Video.
Step 4: Select your preferred camera resolution from the available options.
Part 3: How to Reduce iPhone Video File Size with QuickTime Player - Paid
The procedures for compressing most video files entail resizing the video dimension and decreasing its frame. You may not be able to use free version of the Apple's QuickTime to compress iPhone videos. You may need to buy the pro version in order to proceed with us through the following steps.
Step 1: Download and install the pro version of QuickTime.
Step 2: Go to File Menu and select Open File, a file browser window will pop up for you to choose the file you want to play. Enter the video title you want to compress and browse.
Step 3: Go back to File Menu and click on Export, this would open the Save The Export File As menu. Go down to the bottom of the menu and select Export and then Movie to QuickTime Movie for video and audio settings.
Step 4: Select Setting to change the compression type for the audio and video.
Step 5: When you are done with the setting, double click on OK to exit from settings to Save Exported Files.
This will prompt you so choose a name and location for the files. Then press the "save" button to start compressing your iPhone videos.
Part 4: How to Transfer Large iPhone Videos to PC & Recovery iPhone Storage
iMyFone TunesMate is a very effective and robust media managing tool for your iPhone. It lets you easily transfer, delete, export and edit your media files, as well as optimize storage space on your iPhone.
- Two-way transferring tool: 2-way freely transfer between iPhone and PC/iTunes
- Rebuild iTunes library: transfer music from different iDevices to iTunes, so as to have a huge collection of media files in iTunes library
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- Enrich music collection： transfer effectively both purchased and non-purchased music from iPhone/PC to iTunes, vice versa
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Transferring and managing video files on iPhone using TunesMate is incredibly easy:
Step 1: Connect your device to the computer and launch iMyFone TunesMate.
Step 2: Click on “Videos” at the top and select the relevant folder from the left menu.
Step 3: Click on the videos that you want to export.
Step 4: Click on “Export” at the top and then select “Export to PC”
Step 5: Select the local folder in which you want to store the videos and click OK.
You can try other options as well to learn how you can effectively manage your media files across all platforms.