How To Compress a Video File
If you backup your files somewhere and pay for storage, compressing them is a great option to reduce the space your renting and thus your cost to store the file.
Google Drive does not allow video content to be hosted on websites and I would shy away from using YouTube because they can shut your account down for just about any reason and then you lose all that content.
I store my files at BackBlaze.com and have been a happy customer. It’s one of the least expensive options available and where most of the videos on my website are hosted. I do host some of them on YouTube because the more views a video gets, the more likely YouTube is to show that video to its users who are searching for content.
The free software I use to compress my videos is called HandBrake. Download at https://handbrake.fr. I made a quick video to show you how easy it is, but there’s a secret trick! It’s in the settings. I hope this helps!
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