Upload files to multiple mirrors ine one step with Gazup

Posted on February 25, 2009. Filed under: Tech News | Tags: , , , , , , , |

By Lee Mathew

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Like previously mentioned Rapidspread, Gazup is a web service that allows you to upload a file and mirror it on several hosts with ease.

Gazup’s interface is decidedly more Web 2.0 (it’s up to you to decide whether that’s a good or bad thing). Apart from uploading a file directly from your machine, Gazup also supports mirroring files from a URL. It’s a handy way to provide alternative downloads for files on your own FTP or web server.

Uploaded files are currently mirrored on up to nine hosts: RapidShare, MegaUpload, FileFactory, HideMyAss, Badongo, Mediafire, Uploadbox, zShare, and NetLoad.in. Files can be managed from your control panel, and Gazup will even notify you if your mirrors are unavailble.

Features are still being worked on, including automatic thumbnail creation for video files. I tested with several different video formats but didn’t have any luck. Hopefully developers will sort this out, as it would be a great feature to help Gazup stand out from the crowd.

Source: downloadsquad

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