Fifteen years ago, videos taken by trail cameras were nearly always sub-par and disappointing to watch. But that has changed drastically in recent years. Some important video considerations include resolution (the higher the resolution, the better the video), duration (how long of video clip the camera will shoot), time-lapse (records video at certain time intervals), and hybrid mode (takes both a photo and short video when sensor is tripped). You should also consider audio when making your purchase decision. Most models with video also take audio at the same time, but some don't, which could leave you disappointed. In the end, decide what features are important to you and choose your trail cam accordingly.