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Where to upload videos that were removed from YouTube, Google etc.???

dacrunch

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I've got several hard drives full of videos that have since been removed from their "original platforms" and can't be found on the web ANYWHERE any more, dating back to around 9/11... and before (including OKC, Mena, Boy's Town, etc...)

They don't serve anybody's "research" sitting in my drawer...

I was wondering which online video sites would be a good place to make these historic documents / documentaries / footage available to the rest of the world, without having to pay for bandwidth... We're talking a few terabytes... Places where they wouldn't get "zapped"...

Any suggestions?
 

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Rumble
Bitchute
Are two I know of. I know there are more just not coming to mind.
 

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Vimeo is another off top of my head
 

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Rumble or Gab.TV seem to be some of the better options right now.
 

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Just wondering which don't risk getting "zapped" and which are the easiest & quickest to upload to....
Surely some copyrighted material content...
 

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In addition to Bitchute and Rumble, Lbry/Odysee is also a good one. Lbry has better video quality than Bitchute, although Bitchute tends to load faster for me.
 

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All great suggestions...

Keep 'em coming! Thanks.

Just DREADING the WEEKS it would take me to upload all that...

Would like to just upload the whole hard drives rather than each individual file! haha

I do have an old laptop that I could "dedicate to the task" on the end of the desk...
 

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Odysee
GABTV
Rumble
These seem to accept/support anti-swamp material and are "user friendly" for both the uploader and the viewer.

Early on when introduced bitchute was said to be very slow in uploading -> NO personal experience in uploading at bitchute. NO newer complaints on bitchute service over the past month. Vids viewed there have consistantly been "glitchy" as opposed to rumble/CAB/Odysee which have all loaded quickly and run smoothly.
 

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After setting up an IPN on my old laptop, signed up to Rumble, got confirmed, then tried to upload...

does Rumble NOT upload .flv videos?

Trying to upload Jim Marrs "From JFK to 911", 50mn video - hit "upload" and NOTHING HAPPENS...
 
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Rumble DEFINITELY won't upload my videos... Tried a LOT of times... It doesn't even recognize .avi to add it to "select video"...

Maybe doesn't like windows 7?
 

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Rumble DEFINITELY won't upload my videos... Tried a LOT of times... It doesn't even recognize .avi to add it to "select video"...

Maybe doesn't like windows 7?
try uploading an MP4 or a mkv video file and see if that works