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some files upload some don't

Thread began 10/26/2010 9:47 am by wbrooks199805 | Last modified 11/30/2010 1:20 pm by wbrooks199805 | 2736 views | 24 replies

rob75685

hi Jason

I'm having the exact same problem - some images are uploading and some aren't... I have also lots of files appearing on the server upload area that are called for example :

b796144b1211e90f31b74799f3a1c726_tmp.jpg
b796144b1211e90f31b74799f3a1c726.jpg
6d792881626cf3746281494de52cb826.JPG

etc

Update - I've just discovered that the upload is timing out with large files - so can i change the allowed upload time anywhere ?...

Update 2 - I've just increased my server file size limit and this works -

There is an issue with compressed jpegs - I have a jpeg which is 8 mg, but when opened in Photoshop for example it becomes about 40mb - does digital file upload uncompress on loading perhaps ?...

thank you

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