According to Windows: killing the Zone.Identifier NTFS alternate data stream the Zone.Information is:
The Zone.Identifier NTFS alternate data stream (ADS) is appended to Internet downloads by browsers, and inserted by most decompressors when expanding such downloads.
ZoneID=3 means it was downloaded from Internet zone (as opposed to Local Intranet etc) ....
The download links for some of the older versions of iTunes are available here:
iTunes 12.6.2 for macOS, iTunes 12.4.3 for Windows 64-bit are the latest under 12.7 listed.
Actually the Windows Media Player can play .HEIVC files after the installation of the HEVC plugin which is available through the Store.
Let us assume your videos that you can't play back are in the .HEVC (.HEIF for images) format, which are not natively supported in Windows. Therefore, VLC should be able to playback those files. Is it up to date?
To further address your issue, we need more info:
file format of the videos that don't and do playback?
Do they play on a different machine?
Your best bet at this point is to perform some formal data recovery.
I've used Data Rescue 4 & 5 with good success.
I've also used MiniTool's products, on the PC side to recover Mac data.
You can either boot your mac into Target Disk Mode ...
Possible Reason Windows Will Not Boot
The Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS 64 bit installation software changes the Master Boot Record (MBR) partition table on the installation drive to cause hybrid partitioning. This would prevent Windows from booting on 2016 model year Macs. In 2012, Apple started to phase out the need for hybrid partitioning. Evidently, the Ubuntu ...
You may want to have a look at an App called AirType. According to the developer, it works on Mac, Windows and Linux machines and the requirements are iOS 8 and above as well as both devices being on the same network.
Try using the following link to download iTunes for Windows (64-bit):
For 32-bit version, use this link instead:
Alternatively, iTunes for Windows can also be installed from the Microsoft Store by opening the following link on your computer running Microsoft Windows: