Sharing Recorded VideoTips


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  1. stainlessray

    stainlessray Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Does anyone know of a way to share the larger vid files either in H.263 or MP4, phone to phone? OR even Phone to email. I've tried to attatch them and send them via gmail, but the recipient never gets the attatchment, not even for viewing on their PC...
     

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  2. MelonSplitter

    MelonSplitter Well-Known Member

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    I was wondering the same. Anybody ?
     
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    i guess it depends on the size of the vid, but i emailed myself a short vid to test out
     
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    stainlessray Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    With the EVO in 720p setting, even a vid less than 30 secs won't go
     
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    what's the out of box setting? and where can i change the setting?

    i've shot a short vid with out of box settings and emailed it, no problem.
     
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    stainlessray Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Don't remember initial setting..... resolution changes can be made for video from the video settings menu accessed on the left side of the video window while the camcorder is active.
     
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    stainlessray Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yes if its a huge file and uploading over 3G then it may take a while but it works. If you get 4G really well then even faster. If your at home use Wifi if you got it.
     
  10. stainlessray

    stainlessray Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I was just hoping to have my cake and share it with others, lol. if i want to upload something right after i record it i pay a huge price in battery because of the length of time it takes. no way around that i guess. transferring large files via bluetooth phone-to-phone is a PIA also.
     
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