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« on: April 01, 2013, 13:59 »
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When I download pictures via Filezilla I have to open each site one at a time and wait for one site to upload before manually going onto another and doing the uploading process again. Can the process be automated. Downloading to many sites is a pain.  I have been searching the net and this site but found no solution.

If Filezilla can't do this can anyone recommend something that does.

Cheers.


Poncke

« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2013, 14:09 »
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There are a few solutions out there. Search for stock uploader.

http://www.stockuploader.com/

« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2013, 14:09 »
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Connect to Site 1. Select all files you want to upload, add them to the queue (should be one item when you right-click on the selected files).
Connect to Site 2, ignoring the warning that you will close a current connection.
Select files, add to queue.
Repeat until you have all files for all sites in the queue.

Start Queue processing (should be one menu item in one of the top menus). That does the job, connecting and uploading one site after the other.

Unfortunately I can't tell you the exact menu items, as I have a German language version running...

Poncke

« Reply #3 on: April 01, 2013, 14:11 »
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Connect to Site 1. Select all files you want to upload, add them to the queue (should be one item when you right-click on the selected files).
Connect to Site 2, ignoring the warning that you will close a current connection.
Select files, add to queue.
Repeat until you have all files for all sites in the queue.

Start Queue processing (should be one menu item in one of the top menus). That does the job, connecting and uploading one site after the other.

Unfortunately I can't tell you the exact menu items, as I have a German language version running...
Thats the same as doing site after site. Not really addressing the problem. The stock uploader does solve that issue.

« Reply #4 on: April 01, 2013, 15:12 »
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dirkr- Thanks for that. Just what I needed.  :)

Poncke, I will have a look at Stockloader.

« Reply #5 on: April 01, 2013, 15:50 »
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Connect to Site 1. Select all files you want to upload, add them to the queue (should be one item when you right-click on the selected files).
Connect to Site 2, ignoring the warning that you will close a current connection.
Select files, add to queue.
Repeat until you have all files for all sites in the queue.

Start Queue processing (should be one menu item in one of the top menus). That does the job, connecting and uploading one site after the other.

Unfortunately I can't tell you the exact menu items, as I have a German language version running...
Thats the same as doing site after site. Not really addressing the problem. The stock uploader does solve that issue.

The benefit is that you don't have to be at your computer to click up load when site #1 is finished.  It will automatically continue onto site#2 by itself.

« Reply #6 on: April 01, 2013, 16:39 »
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Or u can open( lets say 5 filezilla windows) , connect to different wanted site in each window and drag wanted images in each one.

 

« Reply #7 on: April 02, 2013, 00:55 »
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hey guys! :)

i am the programmer of stockuploader! nice to see it popping into topics that are not started by me.. :)

by the way just to be fair, there is an alternative to stockuploader if you are not happy with it, its called gostock. (but i hope you'll stick to stockuploader..  ;D )

regards

Igor

Poncke

« Reply #8 on: April 02, 2013, 02:36 »
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Or u can open( lets say 5 filezilla windows) , connect to different wanted site in each window and drag wanted images in each one.
Not even needed as Filezilla has tabs.

« Reply #9 on: April 02, 2013, 02:42 »
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Connect to Site 1. Select all files you want to upload, add them to the queue (should be one item when you right-click on the selected files).
Connect to Site 2, ignoring the warning that you will close a current connection.
Select files, add to queue.
Repeat until you have all files for all sites in the queue.

Start Queue processing (should be one menu item in one of the top menus). That does the job, connecting and uploading one site after the other.

Unfortunately I can't tell you the exact menu items, as I have a German language version running...

I do it the same way.

Connect to Site 1, drag and drop all the images onto the server
Connect to Site 2, at this Point Filezilla asks if you want to close the first server, or open a new Tab. I select to open a new tab, and drag and drop the images again etc.

I do this for all sites.

For around 10 sites, it takes less than 2 minutes and after that everything uploads automatically. :)

Poncke

« Reply #10 on: April 02, 2013, 02:43 »
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There is no need for all that trouble if you use stock uploader

« Reply #11 on: April 02, 2013, 05:18 »
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I never even close Filezilla. I open each agency in its own tab and when I want to upload, I drag the files to each tab and Filezilla queues them all up while it uploads two at a time. I never tried any other software but I'll probably give it a try to stockuploader.

« Reply #12 on: April 02, 2013, 05:19 »
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Had know idea that it was possible to queue them. Thank you all :D


 

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