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How to get video onto phone?

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Nov 11, 2017

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Hey, I was wondering if anyone knew how to get a video you created on adobe premiere elements onto my phone. I know there is an option that formats it for your phone, but how do you actually safe it to your phone video library? Thanks for the help!

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How to get video onto phone?

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Hey, I was wondering if anyone knew how to get a video you created on adobe premiere elements onto my phone. I know there is an option that formats it for your phone, but how do you actually safe it to your phone video library? Thanks for the help!

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Nov 12, 2017

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It depends on whether you're using an Android or iPhone -- but basically you just connect your phone to your computer via USB and then copy the files into the appropriate directory.

On my Android phone, I copy a movie into the Movies directory.

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My solution is different that Steve's.  

I use Vimeo.  I create a best quality output and send that one file to Vimeo.   Then any phone, tablet, computer or streaming device can play it.   YouTube works too but I feel I have better controls with Vimeo. 

Bill

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