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File Sharing Directly, Without online server.

I got reminded of BitTorrent Sync. A program that you can use to sync folders on a personal network, I haven't checked if you are able to use it over the internet. But I see no reason why you can not.

 

It'a also great for syncing content with mobile devices.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello.

My brother and i play games thogether and when something awesome happen, we save the gameplay to make videos :)
But we can get many big files and i need to get them the edit them, to make the video.

So do one of you know a easy way to share files over the internet without using a onling files server?
so my brother easy can copy the files down to me.

I was thinking of FTP but i more like være you just but files in a folder and then it will start copy. Like dropbox.
But dropbox will not work for the files are to big. we are talking 3-5GB files and many of them.

So do one of you know a easy program or a easy why to share large files over the internet?


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FTP is really only made for small files not large files. You could always set up a filezilla server + client but dont expect amazing speeds.


 

 

 
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You might want to use a NAS, which is just a hard drive connected to your network.... That or copying files over to an external hard drive.....


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If you use a NAS, it would have to be at the local network where the video is recorded. After that, it's a simple matter of forwarding the IP so that you can log in remotely, then its simple enough to direct download.

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I got reminded of BitTorrent Sync. A program that you can use to sync folders on a personal network, I haven't checked if you are able to use it over the internet. But I see no reason why you can not.

 

It'a also great for syncing content with mobile devices.

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Something like git, CVS, subversion. Although things like git are meant for text-based files, you shouldn't have an issue using other files. It takes a little extra HDD space to store the metadata for the files that you want to track and version.

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I got reminded of BitTorrent Sync. A program that you can use to sync folders on a personal network, I haven't checked if you are able to use it over the internet. But I see no reason why you can not.

 

It'a also great for syncing content with mobile devices.

I second BTSync.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Thanks all of you.
No we are not on the same network. thats the problem so it has to be over the internet.
I dont want to buy a NAS just for this. Program will be better :)
BTSync sounds easy i will try to take a look at that :)
 


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