Showing posts with label Uploadstation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Uploadstation. Show all posts

Friday, January 6, 2012

New year, New Things

Happy New Year everyone!  Hope 2012 is a good one for you!  I am working on organizing things here to better accommodate the 70+ clips that are here already.  Look in the coming days for a search function as well as better browsing.

Some of the hurdles and goals for 2012?  Check them out by clicking "read more".

Wednesday, December 14, 2011


I have been working on an updated way of organizing the many different clips offered here on this blog.  If you check out the Timelapse tab (or click here) you will see a new look I am going for in the individual pages.  It is slow but necessary work. 

It also lets me keep track of the files a lot easier, each download link on those pages brings you back to the original posting.  This way I only have to keep one link updated to make sure the files are available when you need them.

I wanted to include file hosting through Vimeo, but every HD file I uploaded to them was down-converted to 1280x720.  Wupload has also changed their hosting a little bit, and I am no longer able to keep track of the clips.  I will look for another file hosting site, but right now, Uploadstation is the reliable option. 

Stay tuned for many more clips soon!

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Downloading from Uploadstation

I have decided to share many of my stock footage shots, free of charge to the general public.  In order to do so, I had to find some place to host the files.  Uploadstation offers a great deal to uploaders and users alike.
I suggest if you plan on downloading frequently, to purchase a subscription to the site. But if you plan on downloading every so often, or if it is your first time, I have put together a little guide to help you navigate.


Obviously, in order for Uploadstation to offer free hosting, you will have to navigate through a few ads if you do not have a subscription.

Step 1: Click on the slower download button highlighted here

Step 2: Enter the Capta Recognition passcode

Step 3: Wait the determined time (usually short). 
Do not be fooled by the "download with idownloader" button 

Step 4: Click the "slower download" button and select the path to save your file

And there you go!  You will be getting your royalty free files in no time.  Later I will go into detail how to automate the downloads a little more using programs like Jdownloader.

Feel free to ask any questions you may have, I will try my best to answer as many as I can.

Thanks for reading.