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Time it takes to upload collection
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Registered: April 21, 2008
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About how long does it take to upload a dvd/bluray collection of 2500 movies to have it online so friends can view your collection?  Thanx for any responses.
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Depends on the speed of your internet connection.
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Thank you for responding.  Yes, I know everything online depends upon the speed of your internet but I'm just looking for an average amount of time.  I have a good speed cable connection but maybe not as fast as say someone in a city who is close to the hub.  I'm in the country and 9 miles from the hub.  I download a full 1 GB movie in 4-7 minutes (depends on the host) and it takes me 10-25 minutes to upload it (again, depends on host site I'm uploading to).
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It does not take very long. It does not upload data that is already in the online database. And no personal information.
I think most it is just the UPC number it sends. most of your local stuff stays local.
The first time maybe it takes a bit longer, but after that it only syncs (sends the difference).

Hope you understand. :-)

Best regards Ronnie
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