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Old Nov 25, 2003, 7:29 PM   #1
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Default Trouble e-mailing videos created on C750UZ

I just recently purchased a C750UZ and am happy with my purchase thus far. I am having trouble e-mailing a video I took with the camera. No one gets the e-mail, but it doesn't come back as undeliverable. I even mailed it to myself to see what happened, and it's been a few days and still no message. Any thoughts? I'm using Incredimail as my e-mail program; would using Outlook Express perhaps work somehow? Thanks for any suggestions you have.
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Old Nov 25, 2003, 8:50 PM   #2
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hi!
what is the size of the .mov file you're trying to email?
For instance, at hotmail accounts the max size is 1 MB. so if it's bigger, perhaps that is the problem.
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Old Nov 25, 2003, 9:39 PM   #3
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The movie I'm trying to send is 11 MB and approximately 30 seconds long. I'm using a cable modem, and I can't find anything that says what my limit is. Is there any way to reduce the size of the file? Also, can it be saved under another file extension? Thanks for replying!
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Hi!
I think 11 Mb is too much tio send by email to people.
Most of the Email Boxes are little than that, specially Hotmails and stuff (max capacity is 7 mb and 1 Mb per message, I think)
I think you can convert it to a smaller resolution or convert it to mpeg or avi or something and perhaps it becames with smaller size.
Check on google how to do it!
The format of movies recorded with Camedia c-750 is .mov (opens with quick time of apple) and I think (not sure) it can't be opened with windows media player 9 (the older ones I think open .mov files). perhaps tomorrow I'll check it out if you can convert it to another format, so I dont' have to install quick time!
If so, I'll let you knwo how to do that!
In the mean time, you shoud consider geting a website host so yuo could share your videos and photos to ppl on the internet, because sending pictures and photos by email is not a good solution.
Take a look at http://home.hpphoto.com and http://imageevent.com/

Hope it helped!
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