Dropbox makes it easy to send long video files without compromising quality
Never again worry about how to send long videos from your iPhone, Android, desktop, or tablet. With your Dropbox account, you can create a link to your long videos that you can pop into an email, chat, or text for a simple file transfer. Your recipients can view and download the videos you send—even if they don’t have a Dropbox account themselves.
Watch long videos instantaneously with Dropbox—even if your internet connection isn’t so great. All it takes is a quick adjustment to your quality settings and you can continue watching without interruption. And when you share a link to a long video file, your recipient can stream the video online right then and there—there’s no need for them to download it.
With Dropbox, you always run the show. When you transfer a file by sharing a link from your Dropbox account, your recipients can view, comment on, and download the file—but they won’t be able to edit the original. But if you do want others to be able to edit your videos, you can simply invite them to a shared folder with the files inside.
Don’t want prying eyes peeking at your stuff? Just add a password or set a date for the link to expire, and only those with access can watch your videos.
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There is no file size limit for sending long video files uploaded through the desktop app or mobile apps, however files uploaded through your web browser to dropbox.com can support a maximum file size of 50 GB. All of your uploaded files must be smaller than your Dropbox storage space.
Texting a video is easy. Create a shared link from within the Dropbox app and then share it directly via SMS or your messaging tool.
You can send videos of any length with Dropbox—send a 20 minute video, an hour long video, it doesn’t matter. You can create a shared link and send it via email, chat, or text for an easy file transfer. You can also share files directly from your Dropbox account. Your recipients do not need a Dropbox account to view or download your videos.