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segen says

I’m uploading a 80Mb file. Will this go trough or should I cancel my upload? It’s a background pack (8 files). Wouldn’t separate them if I don’t have to.

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collis Envato team says

Hey segen, I managed to get a 110 mb file up, I think the limit is like 500mb. VideoHive guys push the limit pretty high :-)

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john says

I know at the moment uploading large files is a pain (because we’re not showing any progress bars etc) but we’re working on it right now!

So please be patient uploading your large files :)

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segen says

Thanks guys.

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PixelLady says

the progress bar when uploading a file will be very apreciated, keep the good work on the development :)

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segen says

So it went trough BUT …

Please review the following issues that occurred:

  • Image Resolution must be formatted like 300×600
  • Note: any files you uploaded just then, you will have to upload again (hehe, sorry!)

Damn, now again and I’m on wireless.

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john says

Yeah, you won’t have to re-upload if there are little annoying errors like that when we get the new system in place.

I better stop trawling the forums and get around to implementing it :)

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CreativeMedia says
Hey segen, I managed to get a 110 mb file up, I think the limit is like 500mb. VideoHive guys push the limit pretty high :-)

Sorry off topic

Hey Collis you have 999 posts!

You only have one more to go! :D

Congrats!

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collis Envato team says

:-) Thanks Creative!! Go forum posts. I think the highest guys have # of posts in the like 5,000s so I have to do some serious posting to catch up

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BrianCoyDesign says

I’d like to suggest that site offer a drop box for authors to upload files via FTP . I use http://etonica.com/dropbox/index.html Tanog Drop Box with my freelance clients. The company putting the FTp information in pays for a single lisence which can be distributed as often as needed and the end user can’t get access to the ftp login info. The application is free to end users.

Just a suggestion.

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