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Where do you upload bigger files?


#1

Where do you upload bigger files?

It is restricted an external link?


#2

Dropbox!


#3

Dropbox, I should make a note of that, what is the maximum file size when you are sending over a completed gig? I haven’t completed one yet but I know my gig’s video took a lot of work to cut it down small enough.


#4

+1 for Dropbox!


#5

Thank you very much for your answers!!


#6

Hi :slight_smile:



Yes, as madmoo says zippyshare every file is up to 200 MB but you can upload as many files as you wish, The only thing is that it remains there for les than a month if I remember right. Also Adrive is an option. The free service lets your - as large as you want - file remain there for about 2 weeks.



So I use the free service of dropbox that has not limited time. Up to now I have done a test with Dropbox. I uploaded and downloaded a zip file and a rar file around 650 MB! It took me 6 hours to upload but downloading took only 15 minutes!!! You compress your folder and upload it to the ‘Public’ folder of Dropbox. Then you share the link with whoever you want.



Hope that helped :slight_smile:


#7

Dropbox … It’s so awesome :wink:


#8

Hi, I am new at this. I am trying to find out where the dropbox is. I had a video made and now want it edited, its 62meg. Too big to upload normally but cant find the dropbox when on that page when contacting seller.



Can anyone help please.



Australia here.


#9

Reply to @kenaussie:



dropbox is a free server on the web and as far as I know Fiverr allowes sellers to deliver a public link on dropbox that lets your buyer safely download a zip folder that contains your too large files (the ones you can not upload on Fiverr’s delivery box). I know that many Top Rated Sellers on Fiverr use that option without problems up to now



Of course there are more free servers one can use.


#10

Dropbox!



:wink:


#11

Dropbox is certainly the easiest way to overcome Fiverr’s maximum file size. Stating it in your gig at the bottom is also a good way for the buyer to know more about how you deliver especially when it’s a large file size service you’re offering. FileDropper is also and efficient way of handling your content. Although not free, it’s still only 99cents a month for 5GB storage with the ability to automate the expiry of your delivery links.


#12

I’m a fan of WeTransfer. It’s free up to 2GB. You can get a premium account for 10GB transfer. Extremely easy to use too for both upload and download.


#13

Fiverr will accept the wetransfer link?


#15

Dropbox is the best choice


#16

Dropbox :slight_smile: :slight_smile:


#17

wetransfer, i use it always


#18

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