Normally it is understandable to want your educational videos in as high a resolution as possible so that their picture quality is as good as it gets. However, when you’re dealing with different types of devices you’ll find that not all of them have the same maximum screen resolution and as such may not be able to fully take advantage of a high-resolution video.
That is particularly the case with mobile devices that often come in a wide range of different resolutions. For example, you have a 1080p educational video (with a resolution of 1920 x 1080) but you’re playing it on a 720p screen (with a resolution of 1080 x 720) then the video will only be displayed at the latter. By changing the resolution of your video to match the screen of the device you’re using, you could end up saving a lot of space.
The easiest way to change the resolution of your videos is by using Movavi Video Converter. It will make it a simple and straightforward process that can be accomplished with just a few easy steps:
- Click ‘Add video’ and select the educational video.
- Open up the ‘Settings’ and alter the ‘Frame size’ to the resolution that you desire.
- Expand the ‘Convert to’ list and select a format.
- Click ‘Convert’.
As you can see these steps will allow you to convert video as well as alter its resolution. If you aren’t sure what resolution or format to use for a particular device, the best alternative is to use the presets in Movavi Video Converter to set it up automatically for any of the hundreds of devices and platforms that are included.
On top of all that you could also use the other features in Movavi Video Converter to edit your video in small ways and perform other interesting tasks. It can enhance the quality of your videos, cut and combine video segments, add customizable text, create animated GIFs, extract audio tracks from videos, grab screenshots and a lot more too.
All said and done having Movavi Video Converter handy will help you in quite a few ways when it comes to preparing your educational videos as well as other media files for various devices. In itself, that should give you a good reason to try it out and get a feel for its capabilities.