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#1 ** Patrick **

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Posted 15 Apr 2012 - 20:33

Looking to backup my family pics and vids to somewhere online. I have an old external HD but I've been thinking I now want to shift it to somewhere safe and reliable.

I am using photobucket for odds and sods of pics but they only allow 10mins or 500mb of vids. And there are quite a few of my vids bigger than that.
I've been on google+ but that was a bit shite. And didn't find out if it will accept vids or just pics only.
Youtube only does vids.
But have just found Keepandshare. Anyone use them or is there an obvious site that will heed my needs? For free of coarse :D

Thanks for any pointers.

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Posted 16 Apr 2012 - 13:52

Maybe have a look at this



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Posted 16 Apr 2012 - 15:05

skydrive gives you 25gb free to any hotmail account. I got a free 50gb box account with my tablet as well...

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Posted 16 Apr 2012 - 20:32

Good job. Thanks.

I can't get my head around the google cloud info. Its mega confusing for a gimp like me. But I'll have a good read never the less.

The Microsoft service looks well cool but "The videos you add to SkyDrive must be smaller than 100 MB." :(

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Posted 18 Apr 2012 - 11:05

I got a 50gb Box.net account when I downloaded their app on my iphone too. Not sure if that offer is still on, but worth a try?

edit: selected android only right now:

Edited by Keviño, 18 Apr 2012 - 11:08.

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Posted 18 Apr 2012 - 14:02

buy a blu-ray drive and burn it to disc?

uploading 40gb is going to take a while, or any site service you use..

you can try yousendit.com
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