Pictures and videos size

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Hello there!
When you take pictures and filming with iPhone, how can you find out what size pics and films take?

Is there an app for that or were do you check it out?

//Thx a lot guys!
 
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I'm not sure exactly what you're asking, but you can always trim the photo down right in the photo itself, or you can choose to email a smaller version of that photo to someone or yourself. Photos and videos take up a lot of space in your device.
 
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I'm not sure exactly what you're asking, but you can always trim the photo down right in the photo itself, or you can choose to email a smaller version of that photo to someone or yourself. Photos and videos take up a lot of space in your device.
I just would like to know were I can see the size of every photo/video.

(I know I can look in settings. But that's for all my photos/videos.)

What I'm most curious about is how much space my videos take.
 

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I just would like to know were I can see the size of every photo/video.

(I know I can look in settings. But that's for all my photos/videos.)

What I'm most curious about is how much space my videos take.
You need an app for that. There's one called image size. You can check the size or change the size of a photo. I don't know about video. The iPhone uses 1080p video recording. As far as checking an outside video, I don't know. Never thought about it.
 

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There's probably some productivity apps that show file size. I thought Documents 5 by Readdle did, but I can't find where. I do have a photo album app called MyPhoto Pro that shows file size for both photos and videos. Here's the info it shows:
Photo:
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Video:
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MyPhoto Pro
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/myphoto-pro-smart-photo-manager/id374269181?mt=8

Free version
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/myphoto-smart-photo-manager/id581651613?mt=8
 

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Yes this is something missing on iOS but there are some apps the tell you file sizes.

I use a great little app called PhotoSync. It's great for fast transfer of photos and
videos to other iOS devices and computers over WiFi or BT but it also lets you know the
file size of each photo and video.
 

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I should point out though, even though it's a universal app, only on iPad can you
see the file sizes. I can't seem to bring them up on the iPhone.
 

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Yes this is something missing on iOS but there are some apps the tell you file sizes.

I use a great little app called PhotoSync. It's great for fast transfer of photos and
videos to other iOS devices and computers over WiFi or BT but it also lets you know the
file size of each photo and video.
Isn't that what Photo Stream is for? Why would you need a separate app for that? Just curious.
 

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Isn't that what Photo Stream is for? Why would you need a separate app for that? Just curious.
Photo Stream is apple devices compatible with iCloud only. For other people with
non apple devices like PC's or devices not compatible with iCloud this app does the
job.

It's also has many other features Photo Stream simply does not offer.
 

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Photo Stream is apple devices compatible with iCloud only. For other people with
non apple devices like PC's or devices not compatible with iCloud this app does the
job.

It's also has many other features Photo Stream simply does not offer.
I see. It's kind of like a photo album app I have called MyPhoto. It will share with other devices on wifi. It's not cloud based like Dropbox.