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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jusdebbie, May 24, 2010.

  1. jusdebbie

    jusdebbie Newbie
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    Is there a trick? Any video i try to send it says "sorry, you can not attach this to your message." What is that all about? My eris did the same thing so i just gave up but this just doesnt seem right! Please help!
     



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  2. woop

    woop novacane (OFWGKTA)

    I would think a video would be wayyy too large of a file to send via MMS.
     
  3. jusdebbie

    jusdebbie Newbie
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    But prior to using android phones i used to be able to...
     
  4. Zahav

    Zahav Member

    Your video is too large. In the settings for the camcorder(the one that you slide out from the left side of the screen when in video capture mode) there is an option that lets you limit the size of the recording to 1 Megabyte. The maximum size of an MMS is about 1MB. Turn on that setting in order to ensure that your video will fit in the MMS. To send larger files, use E-mail.
     
  5. jjj1234

    jjj1234 Newbie

    To overcome this file size limit headache, try YouCast for Android (www.youcast.net) --- It allows you to send files from android to android or android to PC without file size limit. You could download the app from market://search?q=pname:com.youcast.android.UI
     
  6. jusdebbie

    jusdebbie Newbie
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    I loaded this. But, my videos save under my camera pics and when i try to find that to attach and send i cant locate it!!
     
  7. jjj1234

    jjj1234 Newbie

    If your video is at your SD card, after clicking "Add file", click the SD card icon to browser.
    copied a screen shot from youcast web site
    http://www.youcast.net/HOWTOUSE/YouCastforAndroid.aspx

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  8. aselby11

    aselby11 Lurker

    I use Android SendIT ... it will let you Email it a video to anyone with out size limits ...

    Just search the market for "email Video" it was the first one when I downloaded it ...

    Its simple and fast
     
  9. DroidPower

    DroidPower Android Enthusiast

    but like YouCast, does your recipient need to download the App also to receive the video...
     
  10. Aselby

    Aselby Newbie

    with Android SendIT .. only the send needs the app
     
  11. DroidPower

    DroidPower Android Enthusiast


    I don't see many reviews about the YouCast app, so how's it been working, it seems pretty good if your sending, or would like to send video/photos amoung friends/assoc without comcern of adjusting your camera/video to a low resolution or limited time for recording video.
     
  12. JaRN99

    JaRN99 Android Enthusiast

    Well.....with the resolution set to 720p, 1MB is 1 second of video recording...and with the resolution on VGA (640x480) it's 4 seconds of video. On the lowest resolution setting....QVGA (320X240) it's only 10 seconds. When I had my LG env touch I could send 60 seconds of video in a txt message. For such an amazing phone this is just crazy.
     
  13. CM67

    CM67 Well-Known Member

    I dont know if this will help you at all but,

    I send videos using the standard messaging app all the time, however I dont know how or if it will even send already previously saved videos.

    I open up message and pick a contact, then click on attach ... then click attach from camcorder, it will then record a video for 60 seconds or less, you will have to stop it if you want it less, and it resizes it and attaches it to message, then click send ... been doing it since I got it.

    Again I have never really figured out how to send a video through the standard messaging without doing it this way without actually emailing it or using some other service, but this works great if you want to take a video right then and send it fast through the standard message app.
     

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