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If a picture’s worth a thousand words, a video’s worth a million – but since videos tend to have large file sizes, it can be tricky to get them from one place to another. You can make video files easier to handle by compressing them, which reduces their file size and makes them compact enough to send via email.

Zip It on Windows

With your Windows computer, you can compress a video file by zipping it. It’s like stuffing your file into a smaller, more movable container, and it shouldn’t mess with the video’s quality in the long run.

After composing your email, click Attach File.

Find the video you want to attach.

Right-click the video file and click Send to > Compressed (zipped) folder.
After Windows zips the video, attach it to the email and send it on its way.

Compress It on a Mac

Mac computers work a little differently, but you can still use one to compress a video file. If you need to select a portion of your video or edit it, you do that first in iMovie. Your Mac came with iMovie already installed.

Open iMovie and click on the downward-facing arrow in the menu bar to import video from a camera or a file on your computer.

Locate your video file in the window that opens and click it to open it in iMovie.
Drag on the video strip to select the portion of the video you want to use.
To export your video, click File > Share > Email and choose Small to make the file size smaller.

Click Share to open the small version of the video in a blank email screen.
Address the email and include a message. Send it as usual.

If you don’t need to shorten or edit the video, control-click on the video icon and select Compress from the contextual menu that opens to create a smaller version of the video.

Convert Video on an Android Device

Your best bet for reducing a video’s file size on your Android phone is to download an app to do it for you. The Video Converter Android app is one option.

If you opt for the free Lite version of the app, you can compress a video manually:

Download and launch the Video Converter Android app and import the video you want to compress.

Tap Convert at the bottom of the screen.

Select Manual profile. Select the video settings as follows: Codec, MPEG-4; FPS, 23.98; Res, 176 x 144; Bitrate, Keep Original.
The app will shrink the video size considerably and make it easier to send via email.
Slimming Video on an iPhone
You’re probably best off using a video compression app on your iPhone or another iOS device to shrink the size of a video file. One such app is called Video Slimmer.

Launch the Video Slimmer app on your iOS device.

Go to More to choose the dimensions and resolutions for the smaller video.
Tap the + button to load the video you want to shrink with the app.

Select Slim Now!

The app reduces your video to your specified dimensions and resolution, and it’s ready for email attachment.

Using the Cloud

Attaching a video to an email might be your best option for sending video files to friends and family members who aren’t familiar with cloud technology like Dropbox and Google Drive. Those platforms are probably the smoothest way to transport video files without altering their quality.

On Dropbox, all you have to do is upload the video to a shared Dropbox folder, which gives everyone who has access to the folder access to the video as well. You can do this on a laptop, desktop, tablet, or smartphone.

With Google Drive, you upload a video file to your drive and share the file with anyone you want.

Both Dropbox and Google Drive allow you to generate file-sharing links, so you can copy and paste the link to the video file in an email to give your friends, family or co-workers to access to the video.

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