What is the most effective way to send large video files?
It can be quite difficult to send large files via e-mail. Most e-mail clients have a relatively small limit on file sizes that can be sent via e-mail. If you want to send a large video file, for example a 5 GB video file, a common way is to use a cloud-based service. This requires the sender to upload the video file to a server, and the receiver can then download that video file from that server. This means the transfer will effectively take twice as long. However, even cloud-based solutions have limits on file size, typically up to 2 GB. What if you want to send files over 2 GB or 8 GB or even more than 10 GB? This process is often extremely time consuming, and can sometimes take multiple attempts if your connection is interrupted.
That’s where Binfer comes in. Binfer is faster than cloud-based file transfers because it combines the upload and download times (50% faster)! The file sharing application is perfect for large video files since it auto resumes in case of an interrupted connection.
How do you transfer large, non-compression files?
For example, let’s say you need to transfer a 60 GB HD video. Compression adds yet another complicated step and can reduce the quality of the video. With Binfer, you don’t need to zip or compress your video files, and there is no limit on the file size you can send. Check out our pay as you go plan, which includes no monthly fees.