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2-26-2008 @ 4:03PM
I am also happy to offer the Machinima Archive as a host for movies, whatever quality and size. (In other words, there is enough space to handle high-quality renders easily.) http://www.archive.org/details/machinimaClick the box in the upper left and follow link to "contributions." Note that contributions to the Machinima Archive are permanently preserved. You can also upload to the opensource movies collection and leave a message in the Machinima Archive forum; I'll move your movie to the Machinima Archive. Or e-mail me. I'm the curator of the collection, so it's easy to find my name (hint: Lowood) and e-mail.As others have pointed out, this option is the best if you want to be sure that your machinima piece is permanently archived; there are better viewers out there probably. Also, files submitted to the Internet Archive are converted to a couple of popular formats and streamed in a lower-res version, all for free without you having to do anything other than upload.Henry
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