It is necessary for most iPhone users to understand the format supported by the iPhone. Why? On the one hand, it helps you know which video formats are suitable for your iPhone. On the other hand, when you encounter unsupported videos, you can quickly find the appropriate output format to convert these videos. So which formats are accepted by the iPhone? How to convert videos that are not accepted by iPhone to these formats? Read on and you’ll get satisfactory answers.
When we try to play a video, we often receive the notification “Unsupported video format” because the formats supported by the iPhone are limited, such as AVI, MP4, 3GP, MOV, M4V, etc. (Please note that not all iPhones support the above video formats, depending on the settings and model of each iPhone.) But the videos we have shared or searched on the Internet are in other formats, so we need to convert them to the format supported by the iPhone.
In this case, a professional third-party tool is particularly important, because it can not only help you complete the conversion at a fast speed but also without losing the quality of the original file. Here we recommend WonderFox DVD Video Converter, a practical desktop program that will save storage space while converting video formats to MP3. More importantly, it also has the ability to rip DVDs, edit videos, download videos, and create ringtones.
Detailed tutorial: Convert video to iPhone supported formats
First, make sure you have downloaded the software to your PC, then follow the steps below to convert the video format to be compatible with the iPhone.
Step 1: Add videos to the program.
Run the software and import the video file by clicking “Add Files” in the top toolbar or directly dragging the video to be converted into the program. Then set the “output folder” at the bottom of the interface to determine the save path of the upcoming output file.
Step 2: Select the output device or format.
If you don’t know the format supported by iPhone, we suggest that you select the output device – iPhone in the format list directly after adding the video, so as to avoid unnecessary trouble. There will be different models for you to choose when you click the Apple logo, pick what you need, such as iPhone 6 plus, iPhone 7, iPhone SE, iPhone 8, iPhone XS/XR/X, iPhone 11/pro/max, etc.
Also, the software allows you to convert videos to other devices, there are handsets, tablets, TVs, desktops, laptops, etc.
Step 3: Start the conversion.
Click the “Run” button to convert video to iPhone supported format.
More features of WonderFox DVD Video Converter
- Convert videos and DVDs to 300+ formats, including MPG, MP4, AVI, MOV, VOB, WMV, MKV, M4V, 3GP, etc.
- Back up old DVDs to digital files.
- Download online videos from YouTube and other 300+ sites.
- Automatically grab the main movie from 99 titles when ripping a DVD.
- Multiple functions for editing video and DVD, such as cut, crop, rotate, merge, clip, add effects, trim, watermark, etc.
- Add subtitles to DVDs.
- Extract needed audio files from videos.
- Convert audio files to WAV, MP3, AC3, AAC, DTS, OGG, etc.
- Quickly rip DVD Disc to DVD Folder and ISO Image.
- Easy to use.
- Set multiple features in one.
- Efficient processing speed.
- No quality in output files.
- No viruses.
- Equipped with a multilingual interface.
- No Mac version.
It’s not uncommon to be prompted “unsupported video format” when you play video on your iPhone, not just the video on the Internet, but the video you’ve taken with your camera. Hopefully, the tutorial and tool in this article would help you really solve similar problems. Finally, don’t hesitate to let us know if you have other questions.