However, some users reported moving videos to SD card issues in Windows 10.
> I have a 32 GB micro sd card. 32 GB is 21,962,000 KB.
While transferring videos to SD card in Windows 10, you may be required to delete some videos or insert another SD card with more space.
- Moving videos from your internal storage to your SD card is a quick way to free up space.
- This guide will show you how to move all your videos to the SD card, including videos in apps.
- Removing videos from your SD card is also possible with the right steps.
Move videos to SD card using File Explorer
- Press the Windows key + E hotkey to open File Explorer.
- Then open your SD card in File Explorer.
- Double-click a video to open and play it.
- Press the Windows key + S hotkey.
- Enter SD card in the Search bar.
- Click Manage SD cards.
- Click Videos, and then click the Remove files option.
- Click the Yes button to confirm.
Move videos to SD card using Windows Media Player
- Open Windows Media Player.
- Click on Tools and select Folder Options.
- Select View tab.
- Uncheck the option Hide extensions for known file types.
- Click on Apply and OK to save changes.
- Now, connect your memory card to your PC.
- Open the memory card destination folder.
- Click anywhere on the empty area inside the folder.
- Now, drag and drop the video files to the memory card.
Move videos to SD card using Powershell
- Press Windows + S, type PowerShell, and then click on the relevant search result.
- Right-click on the PowerShell icon, and select Run as administrator.
- Once the PowerShell window opens, type the following command and hit Enter: Get-ChildItem â€“include *video.mp4
- This will display a list of all the videos stored on the SD card.
- Now, make sure that all the videos that you want to move are checked and right-click on them.
- Now, select Move to.
- Select SD card and click OK.