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How to resize a short digital camera video to email or any recommendations

I have taken some short video's with my Kodak Z980 camera and want to email some of these. I found out AOL , gmail or Comcast email don't send files over 16MB. My files were saved as" ****_****.mov" My smallest file is under a minute at 23.23MB and largest is under 69.00MB. Anyone know of a way or place that I can make these files smaller to send in either of these email?

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You can use Windows Movie Maker to import video and save as movie in different format for emailing; you can also upload to one of several sites then email link to movie.

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