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Video Editors Should Have Their Own FTP Server

With the popularity of uploading videos files to FTP servers for client reviews of videos, it would be good for video editors to have their own FTP server. It would give the video editor the ability to create a specific FTP account for a client and only that client would have access to the FTP site. Anytime you finish editing a video simply upload it to the the FTP server for client review. The set-up for this is pretty simple and we actually cover the process in our 3-Day Video Streaming and Compression training classes.

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Above is screen shot of an FTP account set-up for a client. Video Editors can set up their own FTP using a dedicated server hosting service and also use the dedicated server for delivering web video as well as videos to be made available using FTP. In some cases you can find dedicated hosting services for less than $100 per month. This would be a worthwhile tool to have and would be a nice way to be able to exchange video files with your clients. Once you set-up the FTP account to upload your videos you can use various FTP programs to upload your videos. The biggest benefit of having an FTP Server is that you can create as many FTP accounts as you like. If you have 20 clients you could set-up 20 FTP accounts for each.

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