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Quicktime Video Embeding Error

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Paul Bennett

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Hey there. Im trying to embed a video in my web page, and everything is working fine. The video is a fairly large upload (18MB, a pain in the foot with dial-up), and I am uploaing it via FTP with FileZilla. It seems that the video gets 'corrupted' during upload. It uploads completly. It works fine in the web page up until a certin point, then freezes and crashes the persons browser.

The origional video (in .mov format) plays 100% through, (locally). Once I upload it, then re-download it, it stops at that point.

I have tried uploading 4 times, and each time the spot it stops at is diffrent, yet each time it plays fine then stops.

Is there something obvious im doing wrong?

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It stops about 1/5 through and crashes the brower. Beware.

Thanks for your time. Ill be more thatn happy to do anything that you need to help figure out this problem.
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I suggest getting SmartFTP. I upload videos all the time with it, and they work fine. And I also embed them with Quicktime.

Here is a link to download smartftp.
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