Droid video uploads

Discussion in 'Audio and Video' started by ronimous, Nov 14, 2009.

  1. ksjrmom

    ksjrmom New Member

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    uploading error

    Having error message after I go through all the wifi settings, says it is uploading gets to the very end and then says it failed. I hit retry, screen says uploaded but they are not on my YouTube account(I did sign in from the website and tried it that way too) any suggestions?
     
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    Check out Qik, it's free on the Market. Works fine. I have a few crappy test vids up at Dana Bostick (ThermalGuy) on Qik
     
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    this is a good thing to know, thank you!

    But how can we take existing videos in the gallery and make the lower-rez so they can be MMS/gmail-able. With your tip, it looks like I can downgrade the capture of video moving fwd....but not for existing videos in the gallery.

    WiFi doesn't seem to help me. I have a 25.5 MB video that's really cute of my nieces that I want to share.

    Isn't there a way I can just extract the video from Droid to my laptop and then use it on there? How do you get imagery/video off of the droid and onto a laptop? Sorry if this is a dumb question I am a bit new to this!

    Also agree it would be nice to have an option to share with Facebook like you can with pictures.
     
  4. chaostheory6682

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    Sodathief nice display, guess tech can't make up for bad taste in music, lol! just kidding. I have also came across the size limit. From where i live my 3g runs about 1.2mb per second yet it won't send large files over 3g period, I have to record them and later hook it up to my computer and send them over my home network. I can still send small files to places like facebook and youtube but not large ones. It's disapointing that these new phones are still being limited by bandwidth limitations held by older phones. especially when we have to pay a premium for having them.
     
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    Took tip from previous post and have used QIK and then uploaded to Facebook using my regular PC. QIK creates file that you can manage from your PC. Not too bad. Still don't knoiw how to zoom with video.
     
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    DROID upload vids to Facebook

    I upload my HIGH quality videos to Pixelpipe which posts them right to my twitter and FACEBOOK, picasa box.net ... whatever u want. they have lots of "Pipes"

    i too was frustrated. Whats the point of taking awesome quality videos if you can't upload to FB. well now you can.

    "Supported services include Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, Blogger, Twitter, Photobucket, TwitPic, Foursquare, yfrog, Evernote, etc"

    Lite Version
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    and Pro (i have this one)

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    Too big to send? This free app called Youcast for Android should be able to help (YouCast for Android)

    It allows you to send files from android to android or android to PC without file size limit. You could download the app from market://search?q=pname:com.youcast.android.UI
     
  8. SwordOfWar

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    I'm confident the filesize for GMail attackments is 20MB+. If your file is indeed lower than 20MB and it won't attack, you should try going to GMail.com in the browser on your phone.

    The GMail application on the phone has some limitations compared to the website version.

    Also there are alternative applications for uploading videos (which also work over the cellphone/3G network) such as Pixelpipe.

    I agree with you that there are some annoying limitations to some of the built-in applications, however you can get around most of these limitations by using alternative applications from the market.

    Hope that helps you out :)
     
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