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Cincopa reached traffic quota

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    Rowena Li

    I used Cincopa to embed images and also flash videos. But after 9 days, it says I reached monthly traffic quota. I checked the traffic quota page, we only have 0.2GB/month. I just want to confirm this is right before I upgrade it.

    blog: http://gslis751.commons.gc.cuny.edu


    Hi Rowena,

    I’m not sure I fully understand your question. Are you asking whether that amount of traffic in nine days is realistic, or are you asking about the Cincopa’s terms of use? If the former, I suppose that’s possible if the files are big and many students are watching them repeatedly. If the latter, I don’t think that the Commons itself has an account with Cincopa, so I couldn’t say.

    Have you explored other hosting options, like Vimeo?

    Also, how are you embedding the files in your blog? Are you using a specific plugin to embed them?



    Rowena Li

    Hi Matt,

    Thanks for your help. Cincopa is a plugin on our commons. I just activated it and upload files to their site. There is an icon on the edit tool bar on my blog for a post or a page to embed the folder, so that the images or flash videos will show up on a page or a post. But I guess the commons just downloaded the plugin and it is up to me to upgrade to a pro account.

    I will try Flickr and Vimeo plugins, then. We have these plugins downloaded in the commons.



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