I have someone new doing tribute videos for my site. In the early days I did them myself (tribute page)but recently have found a member of my site that has more experience and will be able to do a much better job then me. When he tries to upload his video to the site it restricts him to 100mb. His videos are over that number. Is their a way to get more then 100mb's for videos? He said 100mb's restricts the quality of the videos.

 

Thanks for any knowledge anyone can provide,

E.G.

Tags: 100 mb, How much bandwidth can I get on my site, Video Bandwidth, Videos

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Youtube should be able to help you in that area. Login to your Youtube account and it has a link somewhere for big videos. You may have to search around a little but I remember it not being difficult to find.
Only have one problem with YouTube. Some of my earlier videos on YouTube where taken down do to copyright, etc. I had to contest it to get them back, getting tired of doing this. Since my videos deal with Navy, I guess they don't believe their my pics. Who knows? All my pics come from my members Sailors, so the pics are legit. They come from the cameras of the Sailors themselves. I even pay to download the songs but I still have problems with them.

One of my last videos was "If Today Was Your Last Day" by Nickelback and YouTube pulled it. I paid for the song and the pics are mine. I'm lucky to have the original video and was able to put it on my site. YouTube can't pull it from NavyDads.Com.

So, I'm wanting my video guy to upload it on my site and then to YouTube. That way who gives a chit if YouTube pulls it for some unknown reason.
You can reduce the file size of your video. You may find this article helpful.
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Our Terms of Service and the generic terms that appear on every Ning Network prohibit using the Ning Network or the Ning Platform to (1) facilitate the unlawful distribution of copyrighted content or (2) post content in a manner that infringes, violates or misappropriates any third party's intellectual property rights or other proprietary rights or contractual rights. We're not in a position to provide legal advice, but please note that purchasing a song does not necessarily give you the rights to distribute it, such as in a video. I suggest taking a look at the following copyright law resources for informational purposes:

U.S. Copyright Office - Copyright FAQs
Stanford University Library - Copyright FAQs
The Publishing Law Center - Copyright FAQs
Chilling Effects Clearinghouse - Copyright FAQs
Nolo - Copyright Basics FAQ

For tips on how to prevent copyright infringement on your network, please see the Preventing Inappropriate Content section of our Network Creator Safety and Policy Resources.

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