Sending Video

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    Last weekend I took a couple of very short videos (one was 8 seconds and the other was 20 seconds) on my TB. I went to attach them to an email and got a message that the file is too big. Same thing with a text.

    How big could these files be that I can't email them and does anyone have a work around so that I can send them from the phone?

    Thank you.
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    files

    It depends where you are sending them and what account you are sending them from. Google mail has a limit of 25mb files. Make sure they are under that. Also the person you are sending them to might not have google. They might have aol or something and the file size might be even smaller.
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    I'm having the same problem, tried sending a 20 second video to my sister who's on an iPhone 4 and it says it was too big

    Sent from my ADR6400L using DroidForums
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    :)

    She might have a max file size limit on her end.
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    Dropbox them
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    If it tells you file size too big, it has nothing to do with a limit on the recipient's end. That would just result in a returned message.

    I was able to successfully attach a 49s video clip to an email. It was 18mb in size. I tried a longer clip that was 26mb that gave me the error message. It is hard to imagine that your 8s clip was too large.
    Did you go to the gallery and select "share"? Thats how I was able to do it.

    Sent from the hand of zeus!
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    Well I'm having the same issue.. and i went into settings for messaging and made sure it was set to the highest.. and well .. still having an issue.. I'm thinking 2.3 better address alot of things.. for so far speed and feel I love.. but the battery and lackof confidence in the TB is a shame.. for NO MATTER what I did with my iPhone.. it did it.. no questions asked.. but still having random issues with my TB.. :((
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    If I am correct and I'd like to think I am here is what you must do in order to SEND a video.

    Once your video camera is on and open, press your options button and select video mode. You have to select video message. Then you can record and then send. You cannot send in HD quality.

    and this isn't a Thunderbolt issue, this is an android thing.
    Last edited: Apr 13, 2011
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    Going to Gallery and selecting the 'share' method finally is what worked for me also.:)
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    All of the files that i succesfully emailed were recorded in HD. I have done this on other android phones as well.
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    Hmmm that is ineresting. In past I have always had to send in message quality. I will have to try HD. Thanks for the info
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