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My video file is too large and i need to trim it down enough so i can email it to my school and get a grade on it can you help me?

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    thats a good suggestion but it wont let me open it in paint it says it isnt a bitmap file or something to that effect.

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Open it with paint and save it as a jpeg

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I trying to create a video but it's telling me my project is too long. I have trimmed it down to 43 minutes and it is still telling me it's to long. Can you help me?


You have not said what camera you're using or what program is telling you that the project is "too long". Is this happening as you prepare to copy the video to a CD, DVD or other memory card? If so, then the media is too small for such a large file. a 43 minute video would be a very large file!

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To e-mail a video takes a very very long time


This is normal. Depending on your camera, the higher the quality of video, the larger the file-size. Larger files are difficult, if not impossible to send, due to file-size restrictions most email servers impose. In order to email videos, check you user guide to see if you can reduce the quality of your video, resulting in a smaller file-size. If not, you can look into services such as https://www.yousendit.com/ which allows you to send large files.

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I have a video file that is over 3m and it says the file is to large to attach to a text message or email, is there a way to resize it to be capible of being sent?


I am not sure if your email account has a max limit. Is it a work email? You can try one of the many free emails like Yahoo or Gmail.

You can also use sites like megaupload.com to send this and larger files without clogging up your, or your recipients email box.

Good luck.

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Can't Download A Large File from Canon A560 Digital Camera


Get a card reader. The one pictured below is $13 at Walmart. Create a folder on your desktop. Insert your card into the card reader and the other end into a USB port on your computer. Drag and drop the video file into the folder you created. b957eb4.jpg

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Picturestuff is refusing to work


Check and see if the school website had a memory size limit for their pictures. Your picture may be too large. Or it could be the wrong file format. Find out what those two things are (from your schools web site), open your picture on your computer, goto file, click on Save as...., and then save it to the setting the school requires (don't forget to use a different save name on your picture or else you will lose the orignal, and then upload the new picture.

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When i email photo it is too large for receiver to open


Hi I am vortash that's very unusual as most emails will take up to a gig on a download now hot mail ., yahoo .. etc so maybe its the format your trying to send that's the problem .. pictures in BMP bitmap are far larger files than say JPEG or JIF files and most mail servers require Jpeg for photo attachments .. and I do know that some cameras actually load pictures to your computer in Bitmap form .. so you need to change them .. easy enough just save them again but choose Jpeg or Jif compliant and the computer will do the rest .. hope this helps Regards Vortash

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Trimming a video file


How big is the file?

An online file host is a good way to do it. Then you download the file at school.

http://www.mediafire.com/


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How do I upload videos?


Hi Elisa, I was having the same problem with my MAC. I have a G5 tower. After much searching, here's what I found:
If you open up Image Capture and have this open when your camera is connected. You will be able to download everything, including AVI files. Once you've downloaded the file, open up iMovie. Import the file into iMovie. Do what you need to do and then you can export it as a Quicktime movie.
Phew!

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Emailing Video taken on a FinePix A800


Hi!

It's possible that the video file you are sending is too large. A few seconds of video from your camera will already be in a few megabytes (assuming that the camera is set to high resolution). How large is the file?

For smaller file size of video from your camera, you can lower the frame size. Here's how you do it:

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If you are planning to send the file via email - select a lower quality.

I hope that helps.

Have a nice day!






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