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#1 Steve Douglas

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Posted 30 September 2013 - 11:38 AM

A few weeks ago I spent a weekend uploading uncompressed video files to the company that frequently sells my clips. All files are .mov files. I was told that a great many of them came in without the .mov and simply typing that in after the clip still failed to open the files. Next time I will put the folders in a zip file and see if that works but does anyone who may use File Zilla to upload uncompressed files have any insight into the cause for the .mov extension to be removed? 
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#2 ScubaBob

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Posted 01 October 2013 - 05:48 PM

FileZilla probably did not recognize the extension as a binary file and uploaded them as ascii files. Ensure that the ftp is set to binary mode when transferring the files.


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