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How to Convert Travel Videos to Be Mobile-Friendly

Use software programs to convert Travel Videos to mobile friendly formats

For the most part people tend to watch their travel videos either on their computer screens or TV using a DVD player. However nowadays seeing as mobile devices screens that are capable of displaying crisp, sharp and detailed videos – watching travel videos on your tablet or smartphone is really not that unimaginable.

Assuming you’re constantly on the go or traveling, being able to watch videos on your mobile devices will let you enjoy them no matter where you are. However as much as it is extremely convenient, the one problem that you may run into is the fact that your travel videos will very quickly fill up the storage space on your mobile devices – and that can be a problem.

Optimize and Compress Travel Videos

Rather than wasting a good opportunity, the best way to work around the problem is by optimizing and compressing your travel videos so that they are much more mobile-friendly. While that may sound somewhat involved, using Movavi Video Converter will actually make it very straightforward.

With Movavi Video Converter you will be able to convert videos between various formats, and so to convert MP4 to AVI (for example) is as easy as adding the MP4 video, selecting AVI from the list of formats and clicking ‘Convert’. When it comes to optimizing travel videos for mobile devices you can simplify that even further and select a preset for the mobile device that you’re using.

Considering there are hundreds of presets available, you should have no problem finding one for your mobile device. Once you do, the software will automatically use the best possible format and settings for the device when it converts your travel video.

If you like you can even use Movavi Video Converter to compress your video further. All that you need to do is adjust the output file size until it falls into a range that you’re comfortable with. Be aware that compressing your travel videos in this way may result in a loss of quality – so be careful when you do so.

All said and done with Movavi Video Converter you’ll have countless ways in which you can edit, tweak and improve your videos. If you want you could cut and combine video segments, improve the video quality, add customizable text, create animated GIFs, extract audio tracks from videos, and crop or rotate the video frame and orientation.

Between all these options, converting your travel video to make it more mobile-friendly will definitely be a piece of cake. Matter of fact you may even find that you can go a step further and extract only the relevant bits from your travel video to save as individual clips for your mobile devices.

In Motion: Vancouver’s True Nature (In 15 Seconds)

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In the weeks leading up to my departure to Korea this past Spring, I was as busy as a beaver, gathering together a collection of documents a mile long to qualify for my visa. All the while, my projected start date loomed on the horizon, adding urgency to the proceedings.

As such, I didn’t want to risk anything going wrong by sending my passport through the mail; placing my trust in Canada Post didn’t seem like the best idea with time running short.

Instead, I made the journey to Vancouver, passport in hand, to have my work visa processed in person. In the week it took to get a slip of paper in my passport saying that I could work legally in another country, I did a fair bit of exploring and hiking that allowed to uncover Vancouver’s true nature.

Below, for your enjoyment, is a Vine-esque summary of the beautiful nature that awaits you in the Greater Vancouver area…