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Upload month limit on free account

nicarb says:

I see that each photo uploaded shouldn't exceed 200mb but I can't find anywhere if there a monthly limit for uploading
Posted at 5:58AM, 21 May 2013 PDT ( permalink )

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pagec says:

nicarb:

same problem. there is a rumor in another topic that uploads are still 300mb per calendar month, but I cannot find this information from flickr.
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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Brenda Anderson says:

There is no monthly limit for uploading. That was removed.

from the FAQ
Free:

1 Terabyte of photo and video storage
Upload photos of up to 200MB per photo
Upload 1080p HD videos of up to 1GB each
Video playback of up to 3 minutes each
Upload and download in full original quality
Unlimited monthly bandwidth
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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Lú_ says:

There is no upload bandwidth limit anymore. See www.flickr.com/help/limits/#150470666
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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fluffy house says:

I'm trying to upload videos to flickr and Flickr is saying that I've hit my Movie Upload limit for a Flickr Basic account. Pretty sure I haven't filled my 1TB yet so what's up with this??
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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The Searcher says:

Videos are limited to 3 minutes in length and 1gb each. Any chance that's what you're exceeding?
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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rich.a.coy says:

MachooPeechu:

I have the exact same issue. Not even at 5% of my terabyte.
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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Lú_ says:

MachooPeechu:

What upload method are you using?
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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The Searcher says:

Same question as above. What is the file size and duration of the videos you are trying to load?
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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ColleenM says:

Also, what uploader are you using.

There seems to be a problem when 3rd party uploaders are used. Some of them seem to have hard coded limits into the software.
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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fluffy house says:

The Searcher:

No, I think most of the videos I'm trying to upload are very short. Less than 2 minutes.
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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fluffy house says:

Lú_:

I'm trying to upload my albums via iPhoto11
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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fluffy house says:

When I try and upload the same album via the web it says that about 50 of my pictures are not valid pictures. Everything in the album is either a video or picture, so really confused by that error message.
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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FlyButtafly says:

MachooPeechu:

It could be the video format. Have you tried exporting from iphoto to a separate folder, then uploading through the Upload page?
Posted 101 months ago. ( permalink )

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