The iPhone has an amazing video camera that you can make a number of videos such as some files to explain how to do handle some home maintenance tasks so your wife would know how to do them if anything ever happened to you. It will be great to move the iPhone video to NAS so that she could access them through your TV. To make your wife get the iPhone video on TV through NAS, it might need to transcode your iPhone recordings to TV accepted format. Why? The below part will tell you the answer.
When you use the default Photo/Video application to record video with iPhone, the video will be encoded with h.264 video and AAC audio and saved in .mov instead of the more common .mp4. The iPhone doesn't offer any options to change the recorded video format. So if your TV doesn't support the iPhone MOV video, your TV can't play your iPhone video via NAS. Fortunately, it is easy solve it.
Get a Software to Help You Convert iPhone Video to NAS for Smart TV
After had done a number of google searches to look for reviews, the searches that led us to Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate were related to converting iPhone videos to a format that your TV would handle. This software is a smart video converter can that can convert iPhone MOV video to MP4, WMV and more video format for various TV models. Then you can play iPhone recordings on TV via your QNAP NAS, Synology NAS, Seagate NAS, FreeNAS, etc. Except iPhone video, it also can transcode your Samsung Galaxy recording files, Sony camera recordings, Panasonic camera files, OBS screen capturing, Fraps files, DJI Phantom 4 4K recordings to Samsung TV, LG TV, Sony TV, Panasonic TV, Sharp TV, Philips TV format.
The best part is that if you capture multiple videos with iPhone, you can merge the several iPhone MOV video to a single file so that you can watch the iPhone video on TV smoothly. You also can trim some unwanted part of the iPhone videos such as some meaningless start of the movies. You also can remove the sound from iPhone video and add an external audio into the footages.
Let's Start to Transcode iPhone Video to TV for playback Through NAS
Step 1. Load iPhone Video
When your iPhone videos have been transferred to hard drive, you can directly drag and drop the footages to the iPhone video to TV/NAS converter software. Or you can load iPhone video by clicking "File" to load the iPhone video folder then you can batch convert iPhone video to TV and NAS.
In addition, Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate is also a Blu-ray Ripper that can rip Blu-ray and DVD to NAS for TV streaming. So, if you have some discs, it is the time to backup the Blu-ray and DVD movies to NAS to rich your home theater media library.
Step 2: Choose TV Format
To stream iPhone video from NAS drive to play on TV, you will need to select an TV optimized video format to output. Click "Format" bar, from its drop-down list, select "TVS", there are 4 different TV brand optimized MP4 formats under this menu, select the TV brand that you are using now. You also can directly choose H.264 MP4 video from Common Video and HD Video categories.
When you choose H.264 MP4 video, you can watch your iPhone video from NAS using new iPad 2017, Samsung Galaxy S8, Amazon Fire HD 8, TV, PC, Mac, Tablet, etc. Is it cool? You also can click "Setting" button to adjust the video and audio parameters to make the output video more meet your needs. If you want to edit the iPhone video, just click "Edit" on the top of the menu to open the editor window where you can trim iPhone video, crop iPhone video, add subtitles to iPhone video, etc.
Step 3: Start to Convert iPhone video to TV/NAS
After all settings, click on the "Convert" button to start iPhone MOV recordins to TV/NAS video conversion. After completing, hit "Open" or "Open output folder" to find converted iPhone files.
Now, you can move your iPhone video to your NAS software like the popular Seagate Personal Cloud (3TB), Synology DiskStation DS216j, Synology DiskStation DS716+, WD My Cloud EX2100, Synology DiskStation DS416slim and more so that you can get to watch your iPhone video on Samsung HD TV, Sony Smart TV, LG Smart TV, etc.