|07 July 2005|
Washington DC, USA
FREE VIDEO HOSTING SOLUTIONS: Post the Names and Links
I am trying to compile a list of whatever FREE VIDEO hosting solutions are out there for the benetif of the participants in our challenges.
Ill start with
Google video: http://video.google.com/
|07 July 2005|
Village FX Studios
Pacific Pines, Australia
Not sure about Google. Seems that 4 days is not enough to verify a video for upload. Don't know if I'm doing something wrong or not.
The one I found quickly and easily is Rapid Share.
No need for an account or anything and uploading is immediate although viewing a video requires a little bit of "clicking".
He's not the Messiah, he's just a very naughty boy...
|08 August 2005|
Mr. Polygon Messer Upper
i don't know if you are strictly looking for commercial options, but i have a non-commercial server on which you can host video files. currently i have no automated way for the files to be uploaded, but i also do not have space and bandwidth limits (and no "x amount of days" limit currently setup). so if that sounds like something you can use, email me. joshone \at\ massrender \dot\ com
Give me something I can use, or get out of my way.
|11 November 2005|
Here's a good one for those relying on their own hosting provider for video:
You can use a Coral cache of the files, as long as they're under 60mb, and you'll only have a bandwidth draw once per 48 hours.
It's free, and it's cool:
It's designed to minimize the "slashdot effect" on web servers, and allow people with home DSL or cable-based web hosting to meet demand, although it stabilizes bandwidth spikes for any type of hosting account. Basically, you just add .nyud.net:8090 to the end of your URL string and it works transparently.
Gonna be using this myself for the foreseeable future as I seriously underestimated the bandwidth demand for the challenges (for the record, I passed my 40gb/month quota in a single day)!
Hope this helps someone,
|01 January 2006|
well here r two good hosting solutions.... i just have found .
just register there and both r free.and u can upload minimum 50MB of file.
|01 January 2006|
the Flying oneportfolio
films & spaces
I just found a very impressive list of free upload sites!
file hosting sites
100 - unlimited megabyte:
Technorati Tags: file+upload, image+upload, upload+sites, share, file+host, free
Del.icio.us: Bookmark on del.icio.us
Source (as I didn't type it myself ): http://www.ghacks.net/2005/11/22/fr...-november-2005/
Some other ones:
Have fun! I'm sure I will! (as there are even some with 500 MB of free host and without download limit!). On the next FXWars I think I'll have 50 mirrors...
multidisciplinary creator of films and spaces
• design • image • film • music •
Last edited by Dutchman : 02 February 2006 at 05:23 PM.
|06 June 2006|
cg walkie talkieportfolio
Arlington, VA, USA
(apologies... I should've posted that other thread here)
As you know, part of this challenge requires video footage and other digital assets.
Considering the demand footage makes on personal webservers, I am offering to host all the shared assets for this challenge on my webspace, and I will gladly host any final videos as well. You won't have to worry about killing your bandwidth or all the other users wrangling with clumsy online file servers. Plus, this server is blazing fast.
Hosting Assets - Ideally, everything will be in once place where folks can check for updates instead of crawling through the forum. But if I just end up hosting for folks who don't have other hosting options, that is fine too. Anyway I can help... The only size limit is what you think others will be willing to download.
All you have to do to host your video with me is get me your video!
Entries will be hosted for a month after the winners are posted.
Entries will be posted in the table here http://mirror.imageframeworks.com.
Your username will be provided next to the link so that you may be properly credited for your work.
Any questions? You can PM me or respond in this thread.
Thanks for reading. Good luck to everyone participating!
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