Have you gotten into the habit of transferring your favourite travel videos over to your mobile device so that you can watch them regardless of where you happen to be? If you’ve tried it once you’ll be hooked on how convenient it is to be able to watch these videos while you’re commuting to work, waiting in a queue, or even have five minutes free after your lunch break.
More importantly, if you can store your travel videos on a mobile device then you’ll be able to take them with you when you actually travel. That is probably the best part about it – as it will let you refer to travel videos whenever you need to in order to gain insights or ideas about where to go and what to see.
The only problem that you’ll run into is the fact that mobile devices tend to have fairly limited storage space. As such there’s only so many travel videos you’ll be able to fit on them before you end up short on space. If you’re already at that point then you need to learn how to convert video files and compress them too – so that you can fit more travel videos on a mobile device.
Convert and Compress Travel Videos
Using Movavi Video Converter to convert and compress travel videos is preferable – mostly because of how easy and straightforward it is to do so. When you use it all you need to do is:
- Add the travel video by clicking ‘Add Video’ and selecting it.
- Expand the ‘Convert to’ list and select a good format and codec for compression, such as H.264 and MP4.
- Click on the ‘Estimated Output File Size’ value and adjust the slider to the file size that you want (though not too much that it affects the quality of the video).
- Click ‘Convert’ when you’re done to convert and compress the video.
After the travel video is converted and compressed you can transfer it over to your mobile device. Before you do so you may want to take advantage of the other features in Movavi Video Converter to edit it by cutting and combining video segments, enhancing the video quality, adding customisable text, creating animated GIFs, grabbing the audio tracks from videos, or cropping and rotating the video.
Using these features will also open up other possibilities when it comes to tweaking your travel videos for mobile devices. For example, you could extract the important parts from your travel videos and save them as shorter video clips. That will make them easier to refer to, while also cutting their file size dramatically too.