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post #11 of 17
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My ISP is SaskTel, and it plugs in with a phone line jack, then an ethernet cable straight into my pc.
Then that's a form of DSL.

So what about my other questions?
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post #12 of 17
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I couldn't really say, becuase my old pc was really slow, like real slow, so I don't really know if my internet connection was fast or not... And before I got my new PC, we had SaskTel's "LightSpeed" service, which was a downgrade from High Speed
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post #13 of 17
That 10-second clip could be a raw, uncompressed 100MB file. And 100 MB would naturally take awhile to upload. Point is, the video's length pretty much has little to do with it. Right-click on it for its properties, and upload a snap of it here.
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post #14 of 17
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Originally Posted by Diabolical999 View Post
That 10-second clip could be a raw, uncompressed 100MB file. And 100 MB would naturally take awhile to upload. Point is, the video's length pretty much has little to do with it. Right-click on it for its properties, and upload a snap of it here.
It is only 1.45 Mb's. I know that for fact.
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post #15 of 17
At this point, I recommend calling SaskTel and talking to them about this while explaining that your friend across the street has the same service you do, but yet his speeds are blazing fast.
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post #16 of 17
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
At this point, I recommend calling SaskTel and talking to them about this while explaining that your friend across the street has the same service you do, but yet his speeds are blazing fast.
Will do
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post #17 of 17
Are you sure you have the same plan/speeds as your friend? Maybe there was a glitch in the browser. It happens sometimes. I would retry to upload it and see if it improves. If it takes you unusually long to upload it every time you try then there's a problem somewhere that needs to be resolved and I would talk to your ISP to have it fixed.

With your upload speed, in theory it should take about 30 seconds for the video to upload.
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