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Make sure your iPhone is unlocked before you plug it in to your USB, otherwise your PC won't see any files.
You can use Rollit to import your photos and videos into to the camera roll.
If you don't want to run iPhoto just for that, and you're happy looking at the files at a slightly lower level, then iFunBox is useful. It shows the Photo Album of the device as a digital camera (DCIM) directory so you can see all the files, then copy to/from your Mac. There's a Windows version too, which has proved useful in the past.
Assuming iOS 7. If the iPhone has been synced with the target Mac, it should be straightforward. Go to the home folder and then go into the folders in succession Music -> iTunes -> iTunes Music -> Movies Once in the Movies folder, all the movies that you see on your iPhone should be visible. Then copy that file to wherever else you want it.
They go through the AP. It's not like the MACs "see" each other just like that in the same network, it's the AP that "tells" them who's in the network. All data recieved and transmitted on a Wi-Fi network must pass through the router. The network is not triangular, all devices in a network except for the AP of course have only 1 connection ( ...
Plug in your iPhone to the computer without iTunes running Wait for a popup asking you what you want to do with the device Select "View Content" Find your photos through the folders that are displayed Copy in Windows as usual
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