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file drop - for video clips

 
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I hope to get more people sending me video clips.  The trick is that video clips are often too big to email.  This means that something else has to happen.

There are sites that do this "file drop" sort of thing.  A quick google shows this one:  http://www.dropsend.com/

Anybody know if there is anything to be concerned about?  Are there better sites for this sort of thing?
 
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I use Google docs for that sort of thing  file size limit is 1 gig but I do it seldom enough that the total storage limit is not an issue
 
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Comment from the technically challenged:

How are people making video clips these days?  Phones, Cameras?  I know I can do it on my camera but then I don't know what to do with it from there.

And no Paul, I am not asking you - You are probably right this minute thinking "do I have to do EVERYTHING for these people  "  I am thinking there is probably someone else out there that can direct me to a 'making videos for dummies' site.
 
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I use a camera that is primarily for still pics.  It has a video mode. 
 
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Really... I didn't know they made that good a video.  I have one so I guess I'll start playing with it.
 
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