Taking videos with a PC
How to use Movie Moments
Importing and editing videos
Storing videos in OneDrive
When you sign in to your PC with a Microsoft
account, you get free storage on OneDrive. Saving your videos to OneDrive can be a good idea for several reasons. When you put videos there instead of on your PC, you'll have more space for games and other apps. You have the option of automatically uploading videos to OneDrive, which helps protect your videos even if you lose your PC, camera or phone. What's more, you'll have lots of options for getting to your videos even if you're not at your PC. Here are a few ways to upload and watch videos on OneDrive. To find out more about OneDrive, see Getting started with OneDrive.
Most phones and tablets with a wireless connection can automatically upload photos and videos.
If you have an iPhone, iPad or Android device: Install the OneDrive app
and set it to upload to OneDrive. For more information, see Mobile apps: FAQ.
If you have a
Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1 tablet:
Tap or click OneDrive.
Tap or click Camera roll.
Choose if you want to upload photos, videos or both. If you choose to upload photos, then choose Upload photos at good quality, or for higher resolution copies, choose Upload photos at best quality.
When your videos are on OneDrive, you can get to them from almost any device, even if something happens to your PC. You can go to OneDrive.com
using a web browser, you can use one of the mobile apps, and you can even keep files in sync with other computers by installing the OneDrive desktop app
on them (available for Windows 7, Windows Vista and Mac)).
Storing videos on OneDrive makes sharing them convenient. You can choose whether you want to let people only view the files or also edit them. You can also post links on social networks and get short URLs for sharing in text messages. For more information about sharing files in OneDrive, see OneDrive: FAQ.
Next: Sharing videos