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Im not bitc*ing, but i DO have a suggestion...why doesnt AP decide on ONE file hosting site for uploading too?....File hosters such as...FileFactory, JumboFiles, etc...therefore we can all just pay a SINGLE premium membership, and not have to blow the extra cash it takes to pay for a premium account on two different sites...and instead use it towards something more productive...like a ten sack :thumbup: Some encoders\uploaders upload to multiple file hosters...thats awesome, thanks :3 ...some to only a single...thats cool too :3...except when its not FileFactory :angry:... I personally prefer FileFactory, but it would be up to the people who upload to decide among themselves...

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Maybe even get the word out BEYOND AP, and try to inform other forums about a single File Hoster...would save A LOT of people some cash...

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When it comes to Direct Downloads, i and everyone else are leachers...so this is NOT a request...just a suggestion....

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You could use one of those services that has premium on every filehost and only requires you to pay a much less amount per month.
They will download the file to their own servers with their premium account on the filehost from which you can download it yourself afterwards. Or maybe they would just tunnel it completely, no idea how it works, but it's a good solution.

Quick google gave me http://zevera.com, although I have no idea if it is either legit or good.

I think people should stop using HTTP filehosts altogether anyway, it's way too public. They kinda ruin it for all of us who try to keep a low-profile with for example XDCC. <_<

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Or you could try one of the cheaper/free options. Namely torrents and xdcc.

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Or you could try one of the cheaper/free options. Namely torrents and xdcc.


I do use those....actually lately i REALLY like XDCC...first couple weeks trying it, and im liking it...and torrents ive been using since the start... but about the FileHoster, im saying this as an option for uploaders who dont have good enough connection to seed with a torrent or XDCC, and instead use FileHosting sites...

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I guess. But why spend money on filehosts when you can get yourself a cheap seedbox, or even a vps? Your files will be a lot safer on the likes of a seedbox/vps than they are on a filehost.
Just saying though. I wouldn't trust any of those filehosts as far as I could throw em.

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ya... my trust for file hosts died with MegaUpload. back then it was really 2 hosts for downlaods and not after that crap people went everywhere. because of that i can not force the people giving us their work to use some host they prob do not like.

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There isn't any good file host anymore really.
JumboFiles, MediaFire, etc.. is always deleting files...
FileFactory often says download slots are used up and makes free users wait all day for a single link.
After the shit went down in January, I'll never pay for premium again.
I had premium with HotFile, RapidShare, MegaShares, Netload, MegaUpload, FileSonic, Wupload, and FileServe.... yet all of them were terminated early.

RapidShare still gives free premium via RapidPro points gained from people downloading your files however.


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You see, back in the day we pretty much exclusively used file hosts. Many of our uploaders would give out free passes to their favorite providers after they'd earned enough from downloads, too.

But that was before things went to hell a while ago, so now while we allow file hosts, we aren't going to force people to use them or anything.

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Or you could try one of the cheaper/free options. Namely torrents and xdcc.


I highly support this two options as well, as everyone can use it as long as they know how to and it is also quite stable and been around for a long time now.


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