How To Transfer Large Video Files Without Using External Devices?

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I don’t want t o invest into an external device but need to send video files to my friend. How to transfer large video files without using external devices?

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Answered By 5 points N/A #150072

How To Transfer Large Video Files Without Using External Devices?

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If you have a decent internet, you can follow this method: Create a youtube account and login from the computer on which the files are there. Upload the files online from your ID. If you require, you can set them to private so only you will be able to watch them. Then, open the account on the new computer where files are to be transferred. Then, open the youtube account and you will see the files.

To download them, open the website :

www.savetube.com and in the white bar, paste the URL of the videos that are to be downloaded. Choose the quality and click download.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #326602

How To Transfer Large Video Files Without Using External Devices?

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If you need to send huge video files to your friend without using an external drive, you can do it with Google Drive. You can send them as attachment to your email message. If you have a Gmail account, here’s an update on the 25 MB attachment limit.

In November 27, 2012, Google announced on their blog that users will now be able to send attachments as big as 10 GB. This is with the help of Google Drive which they launched back in April 2012. So, if you need to send an attachment bigger than 25 MB, upload that file to your Google Drive then send it as an attachment via Gmail.

To allow you to attach videos with big file sizes on your email, upload your videos to your Google Drive or in Google Drive, create a new folder then upload the videos to that folder. Now, when composing your message in Gmail, click on the Google Drive icon to attach your files from your Google Drive.

Now, when attaching your files, select the folder where you uploaded the videos instead of selecting individual files then click “Insert” to attach the folder. Gmail will check if your recipient has access to your files. When it detects the file is not shared with your recipient, it will prompt you to change the files’ sharing settings.

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