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Need help with posting a movie?

Posted: Tue, 30th Oct 2007, 12:22pm

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CyberLeech205

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My current website only allows me to hold 25mb of storage. My new movie, in .wmv format, is 65MB. I want to post it here, but you have to have it posted on your own website.
Any ideas for a solution to this problem? Is there like 'free web hosting' that I can put in on and then use that link for here?

I've compressed the movie as much as possible, I believe.
Posted: Tue, 30th Oct 2007, 12:29pm

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szczepanski

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Yeah heres a solution, the new fxhomes youtube up loader thing smile
Posted: Tue, 30th Oct 2007, 1:02pm

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CyberLeech205

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Are talking about 'Video Wrap'?

It's already posted on youtube. That's what i'm saying, it can't be compressed any more, I don't think. After I was done putting the clips together, in windows movie maker, it came out to be a wmv. 352MB. So, I imported it into another movie maker, and it came out to be a wmv. 65MB.
Posted: Tue, 30th Oct 2007, 1:08pm

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szczepanski

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http://fxhome.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=31987

I think this is what I meant. smile
Posted: Tue, 30th Oct 2007, 1:11pm

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malone

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You can use the YouTube link when submitting the movie to us (we've recently started accepting movies on YouTube). If you want to upload a higher quality version somewhere else then you'll probably have to pay for proper hosting.
Posted: Tue, 30th Oct 2007, 8:22pm

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CyberLeech205

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malone wrote:

You can use the YouTube link when submitting the movie to us (we've recently started accepting movies on YouTube). If you want to upload a higher quality version somewhere else then you'll probably have to pay for proper hosting.
Okay, I was unaware of that. Thanks. smile
Posted: Tue, 30th Oct 2007, 8:28pm

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CyberLeech205

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szczepanski wrote:

http://fxhome.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=31987

I think this is what I meant. smile
Okay, thanks...it's the same thing Malone said....
Thanks a bunch guys! biggrin