Since the video files are temporarily stored on the device, the remote device will need to have available space to store and upload the video file.
The remote device will need available space that is 1.5x the size of the video file you're recording.
Example: If you record a video that is 1GB, the phone must have 1.5GB of available storage to temporarily store and successfully upload the video.
The director has visibility into how much storage is available on a device (this updates in real time during the shoot). OpenReel will also notify the director with error messages to stop the current recording and begin uploading if available storage is too low. Do not ignore these notifications, you will be able to stop the recording and upload the file immediately.
If the phone has limited storage space you can free up space by uploading every video file after it is recorded. Once a video file is uploaded it is deleted from the phone and frees up available space.