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Change video size

I want to e mail video footage made on my digital camera to friends but file size is too big - how do I change the size or format on finepix or other so it is suitable to send?

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See pages 109-110 of this manual.

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SOURCE: photo,s are too big for sending by e-mail

You can set the resolution on the camera for lower resolution. You may not want to do this if you are planning to print the photos on a printer especially if you want larger prints. The best solution is to download the pictures in the cameras resolution and then reduce the resolution using a graphics program such as photoshop to a web format resolution.
There are shareware programs that can also reduce the resolutiion once loaded onto your PC.

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The end! Hope this helps.
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you should have a photo editting program on your computer.  Windows comes with 'Paint' that will work nicely.  You need to RESIZE the pictures before sending them via e-mail. 

 

Open the photo program, find 'resize' option, then 'save as' a new file name. 

 

It's poor etiquette to send HUGE pics as attachments. Your friends will appreciate a nice size photo that fits the monitor.

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