Backup Movies on iCloud
Apple has taken the wraps off iCloud, a cloud services offering that aims to store and automatically update a user's content across their Apple devices and desktops, to be launched this autumn.
To use iCloud, users must have an iTunes account. When certain kinds of data are added or updated on compatible devices, they will be automatically uploaded to the user's iCloud account and then automatically downloaded to the user's other devices. In this way, iCloud is both a storage tool and a system to keep all your data in sync across multiple devices.
How to Back up Movies on iCloud?
Step 1: Connect Wi-fi network
Want to back up movies on iCloud, you need a Wi-fi network, link the Wi-fi with your account.
Step 2: Login Apple ID
If you have an Aplle ID, login it directly, or you need to register an Apple ID.
Step 3: Back up movies on iCloud
Login iTunes account, and the iCloud will automatically sync the movies to iCloud.
iCloud also allows users to automatically sync movies to their compatible devices. First, when you purchase movies from the iTunes Store, it is downloaded onto the device you bought it on. When the download is complete, the movie is then automatically synced to all of the other devices using the iTunes account via iCloud.
iPad Movie Converter can help you convert any video formats to iTunes supported formats, then you can backup movies on iCloud easily.
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