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« on: February 01, 2013, 16:10 »
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"Weve started with the vectors uploads in the experimental mode."

anybody tried this yet?  looks really good on the surface- upload your eps, they spit out all the jpegs and auto-ftp for you to your selected sites

just curious if anyone's tried it out yet? i'm assembling my application portfolio still. but i almost think i should jump on this from the get-go, and streamline the submission pipeline ahead of time

thoughts?

http://lightburner.com/vectors-uploads/ [nofollow]


« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2013, 13:41 »
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I'm not sure about Lightburner, but I've been using PicWorkFlow.com for over a year with all my vector uploads. It's been very easy to use, and I've had very few issues with it. If there is ever an issue, they are very quick and thorough about resolving it.

PicWorkFlow isn't free, but they aren't expensive by any means.

~ Eli

« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2013, 00:08 »
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I started to try it, but not sure what ftp info I have.

Also, I finally decided to try and upload to dreamstime. since I was on there. If Lightburner won't do it I won't be posting nothing in there. That's a difficult process.


 

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