Apple’s iCloud is pretty cool really. It allows you to store music, videos, apps and more and then lets you share them wirelessly between your devices. Pretty useful, right? However, as Apple is so restricted with what it will allow, it’s useful for apps and not much else as it can’t be used as a Dropbox, to lots of people’s annoyance. But now, there is a way to upload ANY file to iCloud, including images, audio, PDF’s and file directories. It’s not as simple as Dropbox and doesn’t work between iOS devices, but works between Mac’s and PC’s giving a handy way to share files between these devices. But not all video files can be uploaded onto iCloud, take ISO as an example. So how to upload ISO images to iCloud for playing with iPhone/iPad? Check out the solution here.
To store ISO on iCloud, you may have to convert ISO to iCloud supported file formats first. To get that done, here Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate （ Mac） is highly recommended. The program provides good quality output regardless of the end device that you are going to use. It not only can convert ISO to iCloud supported formats , but also can convert DVD, Blu-ray, H.265, MKV, evev iMovie video etc to iCloud formats for smooth uploading. Besides, you can crop the black bars, add special video effects, split or merge videos, etc. as you like with the built-in editor. (http://www.ifastime.com/top-video-converters.html]read review)
Just get it and rip videos from ISO to iCloud supported videos for storing, syncing or playback without hassle.
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-video-converter-ultimate/
- Hold ‘Control’, click the file and compress it to a .zip file
- Change the extension of the file from .zip to .txt as before
- Go to iCloud on your web browser, log in and go onto iWork. Upload the .txt version of the video file
- When this has uploaded, go to iCloud on your other computer and download the .txt file. When it has downloaded, locate it in your downloads folder, rename it by removing the .txt extension and replacing it with .zip (so converting it back to a .zip file) and double click the file to open
- You should then have your video!