i just was going to post this as a reply to a thread, but thought i would post it to help anyone searching later on who may find this thread: if using windows the steps are the same, but download winscp to be able to access your iphone... i havent booted into osx for a while, but IIR the easiest way is to: 1. in cydia install SSH. it is command prompt and classified as "advanced" but dont worry as you just install it one time and never worry. 2. install bossprefs and make sure that ssh is switched to "on" 3. install cyberduck (i think it is called) for osx. it is free, so just download it. 4. goto your iphone settings, get to where you select whatever wifi network you are on in and look make sure your iphone is connected to your home internet with wifi (not just 3g) 5. make sure your iphone is connected to your personal home wireless network, and press the blue arrow to the right of that connection. 6. make a note of the ip address it has. this would look like 192.168.1.xx in most cases. WAIT A SECOND: It is a good idea now to change your auto lock (aka power off) settings to either 5 minutes or never. The reason is that if your iphone turns itself to powersave mode and you are in the middle of browsing it or transfering files you will lose the connection and need to reconnect all over again. it is annoying and if transfering a large video can take a while to transfer all over again. just be sure to set it to 1 minute afterwards so you dont kill your battery later on. 7. in cyberduck select new connection and enter the host name as the ip addres your iphone has. for username use "root" and password is "alpine" (no quotation marks) and the port is 22 make sure it is set to connect as "scp" 8. click connect and wait. it can take up to a FULL MINUTE to log on the first time. if you have any questions about keychain passwords etc just connect anyways, and dont worry if it says something about unauthorized access or whatevever. 9. by now you are in the iphone, right? you should see directories and on the TOP of all these directories is either an UP arrow or two dots (..) Click that until it shows you are in the /var directory the directory you want to find is: /var/mobile/Media/Videos so once in /var double click on /mobile and then on /media and then /videos your videos are there. yah! then if you want to convert them to youtube, and you are on windows you use RAD VIDEO TOOLS by BINK google it. it is free.