Many businesses nowadays find that they need to distribute videos. In some cases they may need to send marketing or informative videos to potential clients or customers, or in others they may even need to distribute training videos and material internally to staff.
In either case, when you’re sending videos the one problem you’re likely to run into is their file sizes. Generally videos tend to be fairly large, and that can make it difficult and slow to transfer them over the internet and if you email them you may be subject to file size limitations. Considering all this, you may want to use Movavi Video Converter to compress your videos – as it can make it far easier to distribute them if you do.
Honestly it isn’t difficult to use Movavi Video Converter as a video compressor, and you can start by clicking ‘Add Media’ then ‘Add Video’ to add the video that you want to compress. After that you should select a compression friendly format under the ‘Video’ tab – such as MP4 with a H.264 or H.265 codec.
In the main window you should be able to see an estimate of the output file size. Assuming it is still to large you can click on it and adjust it down to the file size that you want. Once you’re satisfied you can click ‘Apply’, and Movavi Video Converter will automatically adjust the bitrate of your video accordingly.
Keep in mind that compressing your video further in this way could affect its quality, so it is important to find a balance that has a small enough file size and yet is of decent quality. If and when you’re satisfied, all that remains to be done is to click ‘Convert’ so that Movavi Video Converter starts to convert and compress your video.
As you can see converting and compressing videos is really not that difficult with Movavi Video Converter, and the same can be said of its other features. If you have a few minutes to spare you should try them out and use them to create animated GIFs, extract audio tracks, edit your video footage, and so on.
Suffice to say Movavi Video Converter is a nice utility to have when you’re handling business videos and distributing them. Aside from being able to compress your videos, it will let you ensure they’re in a compatible format and prepare them in other ways too before you send them out.