File too large to upload


If a file is too large to upload, how can it be marked as "delivered?"

I just completed a gig, and the file was HUGE. It could not be uploaded, so I gave the buyer a link instead; however, I got an email stating my gig was delivered late.

How can I avoid this in the future?

Thanks for your advice in advance!

P.S. I tried to find the answer before submitting this, but evidently, I didn’t have the right search phrase.


Reply to @kjblynx: Yes, I do too, but the problem is sometimes the file is still too big, so what I do is provide a link for them to upload the project. The problem with that is how to upload the project to show it delivered.


use dropbox site its free type in google dropbox


There are lot of ways to send large files.

Here some…

Wetransfer, Filemail, Sendspace, dropbox, google drive…


You can zip your file and upload it on a third party as mediafire …


Reply to @kjblynx: Ohhh. OK, thanks a lot!


Thanks everyone for your advice!



  1. First of all!

    Tell your client that the file is big and you’ll send a sample to stay in the portfolio and you get that and compress it to fit in the 150Mb delivery.
  2. Send your file to your e-mail with
  3. Copy the link and paste it in a message after you delivered.

    Ta daaaaaaaa!

    The simplest and most professional way to do it.

    Mark - send files up to 5GB safely and securely