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You may now proceed to upload files into your new item!

When you're done uploading your files, YOU MUST check your item in (or all your uploaded files will get deleted).

You have 3 days to use this FTP directory to create your item. After 3 days, your uploaded files will be automatically deleted.

Uploading tips:
  • Upload the highest quality file you have (for many formats the Archive will automatically create smaller files).
  • Upload your files directly into the directory: please do not put them in folders.
  • Please do not upload zip or rar files, add your files individually!
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Frequently Asked Questions

How should I name the files for movies I upload?

Take for example a movie called My Home Video. The identifier (AKA base name) for this movie should be something like MyHomeVideo. The naming convention for the files depends on the encoding.

MPEG-2:
MyHomeVideo.mpeg

MPEG-1:
MyHomeVideo.mpg

DivX:
MyHomeVideo.avi

QuickTime:
MyHomeVideo.mov

Windows Media:
MyHomeVideo.wmv

Real Media:
MyHomeVideo.rm

MPEG-4:
MyHomeVideo.mp4

If you know the bitrate of the encoding (for QuickTime, Windows Media, Real Media, or MPEG-4), please include in the file name as such (using 64 as the bitrate and QuickTime as the format, for example):

MyHomeVideo_64kb.mov

See all Frequently Asked Questions

for FAQ help about movie file extensions.
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Frequently Asked Questions

How should I name the audio files I upload?

Take, for example, an audio called My Music. The identifier for this audio should be something like MyMusic. The naming convention for the files depends on the encoding.

MP3:
MyMusic.mp3

WAVE:
MyMusic.wav

Flac:
MyMusic.flac

Shorten:
MyMusic.shn

Ogg Vorbis:
MyMusic.ogg

Windows:
MyMusic.wma

Real Media:
MyMusic.ra

If you know the bitrate of the encoding, please include it in the file name. For example:

MyMusic_64kb.mp3

See all Frequently Asked Questions

for FAQ help about audio file extensions.
 
 

Using an FTP Client:

  1. Connect to FTP Host: items-uploads.archive.org
  2. Use your Archive username, navostro2011@yahoo.com, and password to connect to the server. You should see a subdirectory named "mejale46" (if you don't see this subdirectory, you may have logged into the wrong server!).
  3. Put your files into this directory. (You may also delete or replace files).
  4. When you are finished uploading your files, check your item in by clicking on this link.
Using Windows Internet Explorer

Using Windows Internet Explorer

  1. Click to open a FTP window in your IE browser:
    ftp://navostro2011ATyahoo.com@items-uploads.archive.org/mejale46
    (You may need to hold <ctrl> key down as you click to disable any pop-up blockers)
    [ Instructions for Internet Explorer version 7 users:
    • click "cancel" -- browser will error
    • find the "Page" menu item
    • click "Open FTP Site in Windows Explorer" -- new window will error
    • find the "File" menu item
    • click "Login as..." ]
  2. Enter your Archive password and then drag-and-drop your files into the browser window.
  3. When you are finished uploading your files, remember to
    check your item in by clicking on this file in your directory:
    "CLICK_HERE_WHEN_FINISHED.htm"


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