- 12-02-2010, 08:11 PM #2
- If your not making any mistakes your not trying hard enough..
- 12-02-2010, 09:34 PM #4
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- 12-03-2010, 09:04 AM #7
TNTDroid ... What resolution settings with VGA should be used for MMS videos? Is there one that maintains some measure of quality while being able to share?
In stock video settings, there's:
Qvga 320x240) - What does the Q indicate?
Would the regular VGA work OK at the minute length, having the greatest resolution quality? Thanks!Always learning ...
- 12-03-2010, 09:12 AM #8
Tried it at the VGA (640x480) settings and only a 10 second lenth, but still "too large" to send via mms.
Does anyone know if Vignette works better with videos than 2.2 stock? So far, the regular camera functions well with just the stock app, although on 2.1, I used Vignette to get quality.Always learning ...
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Re: Sending video via text message
I'm going to reply to this old thread because I came across it on Google, trying to search how to attach vids to MMS on Android. I figure I'll post my solution so others can benefit. I ended up finding an app called VidTrim which will shrink your videos and make them small enough to send through MMS. I had a 5 second, 1080P video which came in at 6MB. VidTrim shrunk it to 240p size, and it came out to 133KB, with sound! The app was easy to use, and converted the video in 10 seconds. Easily sent through Google Hangouts MMS.