The Creatives of Wonder Giant Squash Inefficiencies with BitTorrent Sync
Danny Davis, the founder of Wonder Giant, shares how his team uses BitTorrent Sync to focus on creating and how they remove technical hurdles like providing everybody access to files and keeping projects secure:
The more you use Sync, the more folders you have in the main list, the more you interact with other users, and the more devices synchronize files. Until now, the more valuable information you have in Sync, the harder it often became to navigate. Recently, we implemented a search feature and some additional columns in the folder list that significantly increase usability for those who sync a lot of folders, or share with many people. In this article, I’ll describe how they work and how you can take advantage of them to spend less time in the Sync UI.
Earlier this week, Slash released Live At Roxy Theatre on BitTorrent Bundle. The 90+ minute HD video release captures Slash in his finest form, returning to the Sunset Strip and the legendary Roxy to perform for a sold out crowd. We caught up with Slash this week as he was out on his latest European…
We take a lot of photos and videos with our phones. If you’ve ever experienced a situation where you’re on iOS and a friend next to you has an Android phone, sending something like a big batch of photos or a long video is a challenge. The Shoot app was developed to make this easy….
Corey Henderson, co-founder and CTO of RecordSetter, shares how at the 2015 Bay to Breakers road race in San Francisco, BitTorrent Sync played an important role in helping the team transfer hundreds of Gigabytes of video footage under less than ideal Internet access:
The Sync mobile app gives you a way to access all of your shared files on the go, without the need for any cloud storage. Whether you’re reviewing a work document, checking out a video clip, or backing up you the photos/videos to another device, it’s fully private and in your control.
Back in the day, everything you put into Dropbox was synced to all of your computers. As more cloud storage solutions arrived, they behaved the same way. Users eventually demanded that some files sync but not others, and “selective sync” was born. You could simply choose which folders to sync and which ones to just leave…