Technically, the iPhone 4 can capture 5-megapixel photos, and standard HDTV1280 x 720 videos or simply 720p. For example, with a video file taken with an iPhone with a length of about 50 seconds, the size of that file has reached over 60MB. In terms of many practical aspects, it is almost impossible to do anything with a video less than 1 minute long and more than 60MB in size, so converting the format – Convert, is extremely necessary. Necessary to apply in such situations.
If you do a search on the Internet, you will see many ways as well as software support to perform the above process, but most require an additional Quicktime application to be able to reverse the Apple file * .MOV. In the article below, the author will apply this using the built-in utility of Microsoft, that is Windows Live Movie Maker, with the ability to support extremely diverse video files: wmv, asf, wm, m2ts, m2t, mov, qt, avi, dvr-ms, wtv, mp4, m4v, 3gp, 3g2, k3g, mpeg, mpg, mpe, m1v, mp2, mpv2, mod and vob.
All you need to do is launch the program, then drag and drop the * .mov file into the right pane with the words: Click here to browse for videos and photos. And to rotate the video, just press the button Rotate right on Menu, then select File> Save Movie> For email To reduce the size of the video, comes with the original file size:
Along with this test Windows Live Movie Maker Complete the process in about 21 seconds, and only the size is left 9.38MB. Besides, if you want to convert the format as you want, use the option Create Custom Settings from the menu Save Movie:
One point to note here is that Windows Live Movie Maker is not available during the installation of Windows 7, so you need to use Windows Live Essentials 2011 to download the apk. Once completed, the installer of Live Essentials allows users to use it Mail, Windows Live Mesh, Bing Bar, Outlook Connector Pack, Writer, Family Safety, Messenger Companion, Messenger, Photo Gallery and Movie Maker. Good luck!