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Remove limits to php.ini

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2012-09-14 4:54 pm EST

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I have 1.8 gigs of videos to load into a third party folder on my site and I need to be able to load all of them there. After the 6th video it doesn't load anymore. Each video is about 125 mgs and there are 15 of them.
Please help.

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2012-09-14 6:31 pm EST
Hello Sydney20,

Thank you for submitting a question on how to remove limits to php.ini.

If you're uploading videos, you really should be doing it with FTP - this would not be running into limits with php.ini. If you're running into limits, then we need to have a little more information - what are you using to upload the files?You can modify the PHP.INI file on your system. If you're running into timeouts, then you will need to modify that file to better fit your needs. And again, if you are uploading through FTP, there shouldn't be any issues. If you continue to have issues with it, please provide further information on the applications or software that you're using.

If you have any further questions, please contact technical support or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.


Arnel C.

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