Make a large video file smaller
Every mail hosting or client has its mail size limits. On average it varies from 10 MB to 30 MB, which makes an email quite inept for large attachments, such as video files. Of course, if you don’t compress them first to a comparatively small size.
The easiest way to do so without losing quality is Clideo service.
All our tools work online from a browser, so it doesn’t matter which device you use. They allow free editing for files up to 500 MB each, and you can start as many projects per a day as you need. We neither force you to register nor provide any functionality limits for unregistered users.
Here we go.
Upload a video to compress
Open Clideo’s Video Compressor and select a way of uploading your large video file. The easiest one – just hit the “Choose file” pane and upload a recording from your personal device. If you work on a PC or Mac computer, you can also drag and drop the file you need on the pane.
The second option – call the drop-down menu and select the shooting from your cloud storage accounts or paste a direct link to the video stored online.
Compress a large video file for email
This step is the easiest one (though the others are also not complicated at all). Just do nothing and wait for several moments while your file is being compressed. The exact processing timing depends on your internet connection speed and the file size.
Save the result
As soon as you are transferred to the last screen, you’ll see the compression rate (it may reach up to 90%!) and the output size. All you have to do now is to download the result to your personal device, Google Drive or Dropbox. If you want to get rid of the tiny watermark or keep editing your video in other tools, consider subscribing to Clideo Pro.