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#1 vikaspa   User is offline

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Upload large video > 40MB

Posted 12 June 2011 - 09:20 AM

dear all

Pls help me to upload video files of size more than 40 MB

I noticed that for this we need to change values in php.ini or .htaccess file

Many hosting companies do that allow to change these values

pls help me to get web hosting company who will allow to change these parameters (i dont mind taking up reseller p[lan)

and parameters we need to change

Thanking you in advance
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#2 Duckington   User is offline

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Re: Upload large video > 40MB

Posted 12 June 2011 - 09:26 AM

Find "upload_max_filesize" and "post_max_size" in your php.ini file and change the defaults what the value you want.
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#3 JackOfAllTrades   User is offline

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Re: Upload large video > 40MB

Posted 12 June 2011 - 09:31 AM

No real PHP help question here, more a request for a hosting company that supports large file uploads, so I'll move to ... spins the wheel ... Web Servers and Hosting.
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#4 supercorey   User is offline

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Re: Upload large video > 40MB

Posted 12 June 2011 - 03:08 PM

What hosting company are you currently using?

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Many hosting companies do that allow to change these values

And what do you mean there? I don't understand your grammar.

I'm asking this because most major hosting companies these days do allow you to change your PHP.ini and other configuration files. I just want to make sure, for your sake, that you really can't change those values before you go out and changing hosting.
Duckington was exactly correct about what parameters to change in PHP.ini.

If you are set on getting a new web-hosting provider, though, all I can suggest is my favorite, InMotion Hosting. They have been helpful with any problems I have had and have many great features in their service. They let you change your PHP.ini and .htaccess files. I can't say much in the way of uploading large files, but I think the issue you are having with uploading has to do with your in-ability to modify the config files, not with your web-host(although they are the reason you can't modify your config files if your really can't...)
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