Video to E-mail?

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  1. sports96

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    I have taken some video that I would like to sent to my e-mail. But everytime I try to attach a video it says file to large. How can I do this?

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    Need to use WiFi..
     
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    Yep, that's a problem. Verizon has a limit on videos. I think anything that goes over 30 seconds can't be transferred. I know this is true for text, Verizon also has a file transfer limit on email too.
     
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    How large are they? You might need to recompress/re-encode. Next time if you're shooting video with the intent to email, adjust the camera settings so it produces smaller video files.
     
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