Uploading to YouTube with 4G LTE

Discussion in 'Thunderbolt Tech Support' started by Gatorguy18, Mar 20, 2011.

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    Has anybody heard if they are working on allowing uploading "large" files to YouTube via 4G? I keep getting the message that I have to upload "large" files via WiFi even though my 4G upload is significantly faster than my WiFi upload speed. I'd like to be able to shoot video of the kid while at Disney or something and then upload right then to YouTube. So far, no go.
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    I haven't heard anything, but I think you will still need wifi no matter how good of a 4g connection you have. And if it is too large (over 2 gigs) you will need a computer.
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    I was able to upload a 8meg file, and I'm not sure what the cut off is, but I wasn't able to upload a file 30meg OTA. That's silly, IMHO. I'll go from the PC once I get to multiple gig files. I just want to be able to shoot a couple of minutes of video and upload right then.
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