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How do I Submit my Movies?

Posted: Sat, 17th Jul 2004, 8:15pm

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carda

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Does anyone know of a site to put my movies on?

I was submiting my movies on Fxhome.com when It asked for the URL to my movie.

like http://www.-------------?

Could you tell me all the sites you know to submit my movies.

Movie Information...

Sizes: 179 MB & 234 MB

Pixels: 320x240

Length: 3:19 & 9:53

Format: MPEG


All help will be appreciated,

Thanks.


Carda

Last edited Sat, 17th Jul 2004, 8:19pm; edited 1 times in total.

Posted: Sat, 17th Jul 2004, 8:21pm

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devilskater

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Well those are really BIG files you got there. Cant you compress them a lil, cause I dont think anybody would like to download those huge files, and then have the movie size soo small. Use DIVX at www.divx.com compressor. Its really good.

Places to put your movie for FREE is Zed - zed.cbc.ca
or toson - www.toson.net (but at this place you only can upload a file max. 2.5MB, but you have 100 mb or so of space.

Hope this helped, if you have any questions, then PM me.

Cheers,
devilskater
Posted: Sat, 17th Jul 2004, 8:45pm

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Ryan

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For 7 dollars per month @ www.hostony.com you can get 1500mb of webspace, 50gb of bandwidth per month, and your oun free domain.
Posted: Sun, 18th Jul 2004, 2:02am

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Simon K Jones

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Zed doesn't allow hotlinking, so you won't be able to use them for the FXhome cinema.
Posted: Sun, 18th Jul 2004, 2:03am

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er-no

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/me has a small heart attack

Read what devilskater said.
Posted: Sun, 18th Jul 2004, 2:03am

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Hybrid-Halo

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You sir are crazy, compress those files like there's no tomorrow wink
Posted: Sun, 18th Jul 2004, 10:37am

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devilskater

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Is there something wrong that i said er-no ?
Sorry didnt realize that zed didnt allow that, hehe sad

Well as Ryan said honosty is the best, and cheapest around, that I know of. Some of the members have this, like Andrewtheactorman. I am sure, he will be willing to give you more info on honosty.

Cheers,
devilskater
Posted: Sun, 18th Jul 2004, 7:39pm

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carda

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Thanks Devilskater, Tarn, and Ryan. I hope that it works for me. I think I tried the Divx compressing program already, but it was causing problems on my comp.

Before when I rendered my movies, they were like a GB each! So I think I compressed it pretty well. But if it needs to still be smaller I think I just compress it again with my program.


Thanks again for the links!


Carda.