Stupid question. How do i upload a video i took with my evo to my computer?


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  1. hawkijustin

    hawkijustin Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I shot a video today and i cant upload it
     

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  2. archie70

    archie70 Active Member

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    Several ways...easiest is to go to the video file you just took on your EVO...press Menu...select SHARE....select one of your mail clients (e.g google mail)....send it to your self...and now go to your computer and open the mail and DL it.
     
  3. ThatNewAndroidGuy

    ThatNewAndroidGuy Well-Known Member

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    Or just plug the USB cable into your computer, and swipe down the notification bar and hit DISK DRIVE. An Autoplay box should pop up, view the files, go to DCIM>100MEDIA and everything should be stored in there.
     
  4. Upright

    Upright Well-Known Member

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    USB will be your best bet,...if the video is to large you will not be able to email it to yourself.
     
  5. JaneJetson

    JaneJetson New Member

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    I used the USB but I didn't get the audio, is there a way to get both audio and video?
     
  6. Mabster

    Mabster Well-Known Member

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    That's on your computers end. It probably doesn't have the proper codec to play the video portion. What software are you using to open the file?
     
  7. sitlet

    sitlet Banned

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    Use VLC Player or Quicktime to play the file.
     
  8. JaneJetson

    JaneJetson New Member

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    Thanks Mabster and Sitlet, you were right about not having the proper codec. I will download the VLC player.
     
  9. jjj1234

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    In case I do not have PC access nearby, I used a free app called Youcast to send big media files directly from my android to any email address or some major social sites: such as youtube, facebook, myspace.

    YouCast for Android
     

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