Box Inc. (formerly is a cloud storage service & secure content sharing website which allows you to backup photos, videos & files to access them from anywhere in the world. Box has the ability to create new folders and upload photos and videos to your Box account directly from your iPhone. Box offers 10GB of free storage space. Those who need a larger storage space can upgrade to various available paid plans. Their plans start from 100GB for $5/user/month with 2GB file upload size limit and customized unlimited plan for $35/user/month with 5GB file upload size limit. Uploading videos from your iPhone to your Box account is very easy. In just few clicks you can easily save & backup videos to Box. 


Here are the step to upload videos from iPhone to Box: 

Go to & sign in to your account. If you don’t have an account, then create one. 
If you have ‘Box app’ installed on your iPhone, launch it. Or else download it from the Apple App store. 
Tap “Box app” on your iPhone. 
Tap “All Files” located at bottom of the screen. 
Tap “+” icon from the action menu located at the bottom of the screen. 
Tap “Choose from library” option to upload the videos. 
Grant access to your photos & videos (To upload your photos & videos, Box will require access to your Media library). Tap “Ok” button. 
You will see “Camera Roll”, select the videos that you wish to upload. 
Tap “Upload” button to upload the selected videos to Box. 
All your videos now will be uploaded to Box. 

How to Upload DVD, Blu-ray, ISO, H.265, SD/HD/4K video files to Box? 

Firstly we take DVD as an example: 

Almost all movies are encrypted with CSS copy protection. Decryption keys are stored in the normally inaccessible lead-in area of the disc. You’ll usually get an error if you try to copy the contents of an encrypted DVD to Cloud Storage devices – Box. However, if you have used a software player to play the movie it will have authenticated the disc in the drive, allowing you to copy without error, but the encryption keys will not be copied. If you try to play the copied VOB files, the decoder will request the keys from the DVD-ROM drive and will fail. You may get the message “Cannot play copy-protected files”. 

Now that it doesn’t work to directly copy DVDs to Box. To turn a real-world DVD into a digital file that you can stream to the viewing platform of your choice, you have to rip it from the disc. As with ripping DVDs, you’ll copy the contents of a DVD to a Cloud-friendly format. In order for this to work, obviously, you must have access to a PC with a DVD drive. 

In addition to DVD and Blu-ray, some complicated formats and new codecs are not supported by Box. So in order to make you upload all video files to Box, you can use   Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate Mac  to convert your DVD, Blu-ray, ISO, SD/HD/4K MP4, MKV, H.265 etc to Box more friendly H.264 MP4 format for smooth uploading. This powerful video converter for cloud storage also can convert all videos and movies to iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon Cloud Drive, Sky Drive, Microsoft OneDrive etc formats for uploading without any problems. 

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