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Guest Fox300exchic

There are some sweet videos on myquadvideos.com but I cant upload them from there because its not listed.

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Do we have to have a list of places we upload from? It can't just be set to upload from anywhere?

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Well currently Youtube.com, Break.com, MySpace.com and some others are set up. Google is being worked on since they changed their format. Just hit Upload and you will see a drop down of places to grab a video from.

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Yeah I know there is a drop down. I was just wondering why. How come we cant upload them from wherever we want?

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