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Where can I store the videos I have recorded?

stevenar21
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Where can I store the videos I have recorded?

I just recorded a short video that was only about 3 minutes long but it was about 3gb. I'm planning to have hundreds of hours of these videos but I'm not going to have enough space on my computer to save them all :?

Does anybody know a website that I can upload these videos to?
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sean06
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If you have your own webhost, you should be able to upload there. My hosting package has 100gb of storage I think.

How are you recording your videos, 3gb for 3 minutes sounds way too much.
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stevenar21
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I'm using Fraps. I turned down the recording options to "Half-size" and 30 fps. But it's still like 1.5 gb. I think I have about 50gb of storage on my hosting account.

*Nevermind, I have 100gb too. I need to find a site like photobucket.com, they host images for free but not videos :cry:
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chatyak86
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stevenar21 wrote:I just recorded a short video that was only about 3 minutes long but it was about 3gb. I'm planning to have hundreds of hours of these videos but I'm not going to have enough space on my computer to save them all :?

Does anybody know a website that I can upload these videos to?


DVD, CD, External Hard Drive, Youtube.com, Your Own Website, USB Keys, etc...

Adrian,
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stevenar21
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Oh yeah, putting it on a cd would work. My roomate has some blank cd's.

Didn't think of that. Thanks.
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devintx
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Hey Steve,

I use CloudFiles http://www.rackspacecloud.com/cloud_hos ... ucts/files.

It's cheap, redundant file storage and you only pay for what you use.
These BEST part is that you can enable the use of a Content Delivery Network so the video will stream really fast.
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