Smartphones are amazing video cameras—the iPhone, Google Pixel, and Galaxy do a great job at capturing 4K, stabilized video, with great detail and color quality. But these videos are massive in size. That’s okay if you want to view the videos on your phone (provided you’re paying for cloud storage), but what if you need to send them to someone over the internet, or back them up without filling an entire hard drive? That’s where video compression comes in.
Using different apps and websites, you’ll can compress a huge video to a comparatively tiny size—and if you do it right, you won’t lose too much on the quality and resolution front. Here are the best ways to compress video on both iPhone and Android.
It is videos usually that chew up the most space, so getting some good compression done could save enormous amounts of space for you. The videos are also still normally usable, so no need to first unzip to be able to view them.
See The Fastest Ways to Compress Video on iPhone and Android
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