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How do I get a video compressed down far enough to e mail or put on a
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Hi Subtext,

Welcome to the forum!! Cool

One thing I did that worked really well, I printed down to mp4 - then used this software to convert it to mp4 http://www.any-video-converter.com/products/for_video_free/ - same format, same dimensions, but the file size was dramatically lower - it also has options to make it even smaller than that .... the free version has this option

then you can use a software like 7zip - which is even stronger than winrar to make the file even more compact. This software is also free.

http://www.7-zip.org/


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Thanks for the reply. I tried the 7.zip and although it worked, I still cannot get it to attach to a post for my Google group. I am trying to use the I clone for a film class and although I really like the program, if I can't use it for my class, I am going to be severely disappointed.

Do you have any other suggestions?

Thanks
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another alternative would be to use a service like http://www.wetransfer.com or http://www.sendspace.com and post the link to your file to your group. Then you wouldn't have to compress anything.

I'm surprised though, because google drive should give you more than enough space to upload your files drive.google.com/‎

your file size will be a problem with any software if you can only post very small files. Film is usually very large files from anywhere, unless you use formats that are smaller - such as flash.




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Thanks SO MUCH!. I did use the Google Drive and it seemed to work great. Now I am just waiting to see if the others in my class can see my video.
I hope so as I plan on using this program alot.

What fun and thanks again.

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You can go and get a program called AppGeeker converter (http://www.appgeeker.com). I think it's pretty easy to figure out.

It commpress the file to be a smaller size yet still good in quality.



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