How to Compress Large Video Files for Texting: A Step-by-Step Guide

Do you have a knack for creating stunning multimedia content but are running into trouble when it comes to large video files? If you’re having difficulty text messaging a video that’s too large, don’t fear! You don’t have to be a seasoned tech expert to figure how to set yourself up for success when it comes to sharing your work. In this post, I’m going to provide you with a few easy steps to help you text videos that are too large!

Firstly, it is important to note that trying to text a video that is too large is not a good idea. It may take a long time, if it works at all, for the video to arrive at its destination. Depending on your mobile plan, you could end up spending an arm and a leg in data fees.

But how can you tell if a video is too large to txt? Generally speaking, any video larger than fifteen or twenty megabytes should not be sent via txt. While there may be some exceptions, this is a good rule of thumb. To prevent your glittering video content from spiraling you into a financial oblivion, I recommend using your phone’s compress tool, downloading mobile video compressors, or using online video compressors.

Using your phone’s compress tool

Many smart phones have a tool that allows you to adjust both the resolution and size of your video with the mere click of a button. If you’re an Android user, turn to the Photos app. Look for the “adjustment” tool and then compress the video so it will be small enough to txt. Similarly, if you own an iPhone, just access your Videos app and select the video you would like to txt. Then, tap on the “edit” button and play around with the size by using the “compress” option.

Download mobile video compressors

If neither your phone’s compress tool nor online video compressors are your ideal solutions, you could always opt to download a separate mobile video compressor. Although there are a few to choose from in the Google Play Store or App Store, the all-in-one compressor app may be the best option. Not only does it have the capability to compress videos, but also to trim, crop, and convert videos into different formats, all under one app.

Online video compressors

Online video compressors reduce the size of videos without sacrificing the video’s overall quality. Two popular and free online video compressors are EZGIF and Clideo. Both are easy to use and efficient in compressing video files. All you have to do is upload the video to the website, wait for a few minutes (the time will depend on the size of the video), and your video will be ready for download.

No matter which method you choose, you are guaranteed to have a lighter and easier to send video. Once your chosen method has successfully compressed the video, you can go ahead and send it as a txt message.

In conclusion, don’t let the inability to send large videos be the fly in your multimedia content ointment. With the right tools and a little bit of patience, you can text any oversized video you may have in no time!

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