I CAN'T SEEM TO UPLOAD ANY VIDEO ON MY FTP ACCOUNT (USING FILEZILLA)

The video I keep uploading won't show up in my online directory...
How can I upload videos to my ftp.unaux.com account?58a4ff9b483f7.jpg
Someone help please...

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  • Hello
    Hopefully it is just a file permission thing. cPanels control panel may not allow the file format. You may have to log in to cPanel and allow video format for MP4 it looks like, kind of hard to see in screen-shot.

    Some other questions are, can you upload other file formats?
    Can you upload video files threw cPanels file manager?
    Can the site be accessed or is it just a file host?

    I also see you connecting through ftpes://, that may have some restriction on file transfer. May have to try plain ftp:// access.

    It may also be a temporary issue, and file may upload in a little while.

  • Hi, I finally figured how my ftp account works...
    It seems it can only upload to a maximum of 10mb file size.

  • The video I keep uploading won't show up in my online directory...
    How can I upload videos to my ftp.unaux.com account?58a4ff9b483f7.jpg
    Someone help please...

    Hi, I think the issue is that ProFreeHost forbids certain file times (ex: .exe, .mp4, etc)
    I am having this same issue! because... i host my own company and i have to use Google drive for my file downloads to work (Visit my site here!), whenever i try to upload something (say my installers) they will not upload (.zip or .exe)!
    If a admin could tell us why that would be nice Everything i just said was a therey

  • Hi, I think the issue is that ProFreeHost forbids certain file times (ex: .exe, .mp4, etc)
    I am having this same issue! because... i host my own company and i have to use Google drive for my file downloads to work (Visit my site here!), whenever i try to upload something (say my installers) they will not upload (.zip or .exe)!
    If a admin could tell us why that would be nice Everything i just said was a therey

    You are right, some file extensions are prohibited because they are perceived to be of malicious nature and others are just not meant for free hosting services like ours.
    To keep the service fair and available for maximum number of users with better up-time, we do not allow uploading large videos and executable files because they consume too much resources and our hosting service is tailored for small professional websites.

  • Hi, I think the issue is that ProFreeHost forbids certain file times (ex: .exe, .mp4, etc)
    I am having this same issue! because... i host my own company and i have to use Google drive for my file downloads to work (Visit my site here!), whenever i try to upload something (say my installers) they will not upload (.zip or .exe)!
    If a admin could tell us why that would be nice Everything i just said was a therey

    You are right, some file extensions are prohibited because they are perceived to be of malicious nature and others are just not meant for free hosting services like ours.
    To keep the service fair and available for maximum number of users with better up-time, we do not allow uploading large videos and executable files because they consume too much resources and our hosting service is tailored for small professional websites.

    Got it right first time :D

  • There is a limit on the size of files that can be uploaded, and that effectively prevents video clips. The workaround is to upload the video to YouTube, where the video can be "public", "unlisted" or "private". The following code then accesses Youtube:-

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