The software application features advanced, yet intuitive features and configuration settings for processing video files which should meet the requirements of most users.
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DVDFab File Transfer is a cost-free and easy-to-use tool working in conjunction with DVDFab Remote, DVD Ripper, Blu-ray Ripper, UHD Ripper and Video Converter, for you to automatically and wirelessly transfer the converted MP4 video files from your computer HDD to your smartphones and tablets.
Select the output destination as Mobile Device in the Ripper and Video Converter modules, and keep DVDFab Remote on your mobile device running and connected to DVDFab 11, when the conversion process finishes, File Transfer will automatically start up and then you can directly transfer the converted MP4 video files to iPhones, iPads, iPod Touch models, Andorid smartphones and tablets, without bothering the iTunes or your data cable anymore.
DVDFab File Transfer supports batch transfer, thus you will be promised with a fast processing speed no matter how many settings you set for the converted files. Besides, this intuitive file transfer is very easy to use for both beginners and professionals.
How To Guide
DVDFab File Transfer is a cost-free and easy-to-use tool for you to transfer DVDFab converted MP4 files or other video files stored on your computer to your smartphones and tablets.
Launch DVDFab File Transfer
If you choose the output as Mobile Device in the Ripper and Converter modules, DVDFab File Transfer window will appear automatically after the conversion task finishes.
If you want to transfer the videos that are already stored on your computer to your mobile device, you can click Utilities > File Transfer to launch it. Then click the Add button at the top right corner to add the video you want to transfer.
Start to transfer file
Connect your smartphone or tablet with your DVDFab through DVDFab Remote. And then click the Transfer button to start the transfer process. When the transfer is complete, you can find the video in the Gallery or Photos or Movies folder of your mobile device.
All formats of videos