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#1 Posted : Monday, February 17, 2014 2:37:54 AM(UTC)
ppa

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Hi,

We're using aurigma HTML5/flash uploader but the process is quite slow.
If you want to upload let's say five 1KB pics, it takes about 5 seconds each.
Is it normal? Is there a way to speed it up?
I saw that on the java/activex version, you can set it up to make multi threaded upload.
Will this feature also be available in the HTML5 version in the near future?

Thanks
Andrew  
#2 Posted : Monday, February 17, 2014 2:42:29 AM(UTC)
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Hello,

Well, if you want to make a true impression about the upload speed, you should send, say, 100 files and see what will happen. When you upload few files, some factors which have nothing to do with the upload speed may become too significant.

Also, what are your converters settings are? If you resize images before the upload, it may explain slow speed.

As for the multi-threading support for HTML5/Flash, we have no plans yet (although I think it will appear there eventually).
ppa  
#3 Posted : Monday, February 17, 2014 1:35:06 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Andrew Go to Quoted Post
Hello,

Well, if you want to make a true impression about the upload speed, you should send, say, 100 files and see what will happen. When you upload few files, some factors which have nothing to do with the upload speed may become too significant.

Also, what are your converters settings are? If you resize images before the upload, it may explain slow speed.

As for the multi-threading support for HTML5/Flash, we have no plans yet (although I think it will appear there eventually).


Hi,

in fact we never send more than 30 files in a row (max number of files we allow to be uploaded).
here are the converters we use
Code:

converters: [
{ mode: '*.*=SourceFile' },
{ mode: '*.*=Thumbnail', thumbnailFitMode: 'Fit', thumbnailWidth: '736', thumbnailHeight: '736' }
]

So, how can i precisely measure see the time taken by upload itself?

Thanks

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