Are you tired of low-quality videos in your Google Drive? Whether it’s a personal video or a work-related presentation, poor video quality can be frustrating.
Thankfully, there are some easy steps you can take to improve the video quality in Google Drive. In this tutorial, we’ll go through them step by step.
Step 1: Convert the Video
The first step is to convert the video into a format that Google Drive supports. Google Drive supports several video formats such as MP4, AVI, WMV, FLV, and MOV. However, if your video is in a different format, you may need to convert it before uploading it to Google Drive.
There are many online tools available that you can use to convert your videos. Some popular ones include Online-Convert.com and CloudConvert.com.
Simply upload your video to the tool and select the desired output format. Once the conversion is complete, download the new file and upload it to Google Drive.
Step 2: Adjust Video Quality Settings
Once you’ve uploaded your video to Google Drive, you can adjust its quality settings by following these steps:
1. Right-click on the video file and select “Manage Versions.”
2. Select “Edit” from the drop-down menu.
3. Click on “Quality” under “Video Settings.”
4. Choose your desired quality setting from the options available: 144p, 240p, 360p, 480p, 720p (HD), or 1080p (Full HD).
Note that higher quality settings will take longer to process and may affect playback speed depending on internet connection speed.
Step 3: Share Video in High-Quality
If you want to share your high-quality video with others using Google Drive, you can do so by following these steps:
1. Right-click on the video file and select “Get shareable link. Change the sharing settings to “Anyone with the link can view.”
3. Click on “Advanced” and make sure that “Link sharing” is turned on.
4. Under “Access,” select “Anyone (no sign-in required)” to allow anyone to view the video without having to sign in to Google Drive.
Improving the video quality in Google Drive is a simple process that can make a big difference in how your videos look and perform. By converting your videos to a supported format, adjusting quality settings, and sharing in high-quality, you can ensure that your videos are of the highest possible quality. So why settle for low-quality videos when it’s so easy to make them better?