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cerberus

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Re: Zipping mixes
« Reply #30 on: February 15, 2009, 12:51:24 pm »

Cass Anawaty wrote on Fri, 13 February 2009 10:33

This is where I find "yousendit" to be invaluable.

i use yousendit.com as well. i think it is the best of those services,
very clean and pro looking... no crass attempts to sell the
recipient a subscription before they can get their file(s).

mac users who leave their machines on 24-7 might consider a fine
cocoa webserver called "papaya", which one can set up anywhere,  
it's freeeware. has the necessary security features. and it's easy.

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.zip iirc does a checksum.. this means it simply makes sure that
the number of bits in the file is the correct amount. however
it is safer yet to make a .dmg or .iso disk image, then .zip.

jeff dinces

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Re: Zipping mixes
« Reply #31 on: February 15, 2009, 04:25:51 pm »

I'm seriously considering Yousendit right now.

As for zipping.. I should start asking for that, even if I've come this far with zero problems.

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Re: Zipping mixes
« Reply #32 on: February 15, 2009, 05:16:07 pm »

Viitalahde wrote on Sun, 15 February 2009 21:25


As for zipping.. I should start asking for that, even if I've come this far with zero problems.




Jaako, you've been lucky. Ask for zipped from now on...

Peter
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Tomas Danko

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Re: Zipping mixes
« Reply #33 on: February 17, 2009, 07:48:32 am »

We use Digidelivery a lot at work, and it has been rock-solid and very fast. Even our Intranet solutions aren't as efficient. I've received something like 100 MB in a bit over 20 seconds (our uplink is very fast on the whole, though) using Digidelivery.

Other people here started sending non audio-related data over Digidelivery simply because it works so well and is dead-easy to handle.
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