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User @alecks answered this for me: the 'trash' folder in Google Photos was the culprit of taking up space. I had one video file in there from my phone accidentally captured 3 minutes of video in my pocket, taking up hundreds of MB. I deleted it (and a bunch of other photos) and now the app is taking up 400+ MB instead of 0.97 GB. TL;DR - if your Google ...


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There's also Motion-Photo-Viewer. Can either be self hosted or used online to play a single *.MP.jpg (and extract the mp4 through right-click-save-as. You do not need a Web Server, so cloning the project and opening index.html will suffice.


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I tried out the answer from Kory above - thanks Kory. Since my Pixel 4a 5G adds a significant amount of debug info between the jpg and the mp4, my extracted mp4's didn't play. So I had to add a little bit of extra functionality to Kory's solution <?php /** execute like > php motionPhotoSplitter.php "Camera Roll/*.MP.jpg" < */ const ...


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