Re: [Frameworks] rudimentary question about file compression

From: Jorge Amaro (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jan 24 2011 - 23:44:26 PST

for bit torrent:
for FTP:

On 25 January 2011 07:40, Jorge Amaro <email suppressed> wrote:
> mailing a copy through regular mail should also work ;-)
> other than that, there are plenty of 'file hosters' but they require
> paid membership to upload large files, large as in bigger than 500MB,
> you can also try FTP i suppose, it is pretty easy to set up.
> On 25 January 2011 07:38, Jorge Amaro <email suppressed> wrote:
>> what exactly do you mean? I use bit torrent to transfer private files
>> between me and other friends, you only need one person uploading and
>> another downloading and the speed will be like your upload speed,
>> private transfers aren't indexed in any torrent site, and i think it
>> is pretty good to transfer large files, because you can resume
>> whenever.
>> On 25 January 2011 05:06, DJ Demangone <email suppressed> wrote:
>>> What are the lengths of the films?
>>> On Sun, Jan 23, 2011 at 8:59 PM, Jonathan M. Hall <email suppressed> wrote:
>>>> Dear Frameworkers,
>>>> I'm working on some subtitles for (again) some Japanese experimental
>>>> films.  The person I'm working with is not local and we're trying to find a
>>>> means to send back and forth low resolution copies of the films (basically
>>>> DVD files) so that we can confirm the subtitle placement is accurate.  These
>>>> are lengthy so it seems that youtube and "sendthisfile" won't work, unless
>>>> we can somehow compress the files in the latter case.
>>>> Does anyone have some good recommendations here for compressing files so
>>>> they can be either emailed or transferred somehow through the cloud?  I
>>>> apologize for a question that appears more of an IT question than a film
>>>> question, but since it's in the service of the latter, I thought there might
>>>> be some film-specific recommendations for data transfer here.
>>>> Yours most sincerely,
>>>> Jonathan M Hall
>>>> Los Angeles, California
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