How To Compress a Video File

  • SEO
  • Matt T. Nathanson

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 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 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!

Click the play button below to view the video.

If all this “online business stuff” interests you and you’d like to test-drive the same training, business system and amazing community of high-achievers I’ve come to know and love, click here to get started!

Matt T. Nathanson
Leading Entrepreneurs to Lifestyle Freedom
Click hereĀ for my Youtube Channel

Click here for my Facebook Page

Click here for my Google Plus Page

Click here for my LinkedIn Page

Matt T. Nathanson-How to compress a video file-Top of page

Matt T. Nathanson

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Discover How To Create A Life On Your Own Terms And Earn A Living While Doing It

Enter Your Information For Instant Access

privacy Your information is safe with me, it will never be shared with anybody. By entering your info you will receive the 4-day workshop, plus additional valuable information.

Show Buttons
Hide Buttons