MirrorCreator, Upload Local Or Remote Files To Multiple File Hosters

Martin Brinkmann
Nov 15, 2010
Updated • Dec 11, 2012

File hosts offer storage capacities on the Internet for users who do not have their own storage space, for instance by running a website, and for users who prefer to host files on free file hosts for distribution and bandwidth reasons.

The majority of file hosting sites users tend to upload the file to one hoster. This can be unproblematic depending on the uploaded file and restrictions of the file hoster. Some file hosters only allow a certain amount of downloads, other have a bandwidth limit for files.

That's where file mirrors can come in handy. A mirror is basically another server hosting the file. That requires more work on the uploaders part if done manually.

A service like MirrorCreator on the other hand offers to do the distribution for the user. It works by uploading the file once to the MirrorCreator service, which then distributes the file to up to 14 different file hosting services out of a list of 30 available ones. Several popular file hosting sites are supported including Megaupload, Hotfile, Rapidshare, File Factory or MediaFire.

MirrorCreator supports uploading files from a local computer system or from a remote location. To begin users need to select Upload from PC or Remote URL Upload to select the type of upload and either select a file from the PC or paste an URL into the form. It is furthermore possible to enter an email to receive a notification when the files have been uploaded.

Up to 14 different file hosting services can then be selected in the last step. Each service is listed with its name and file upload limit. A click on Upload sends the selected file to the service. It may take a while before the file is spread to all selected mirror services. A url is displayed in the end that links to all file hosting services the file was distributed to.

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Visitors of that page can then pick one of the mirror file hosting services to download the file. You find an example upload page here.


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  1. Jrames said on October 27, 2011 at 1:45 pm

    Mirrorstack.com its another good options for multi upload

  2. Travis said on September 23, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    Great website i have used, but now i use uploading.to as i can enter my accounts from the file hostings :)

    Cheerz !

  3. Trua said on April 20, 2011 at 3:47 pm

    This is great service. I found one more similar service – http://flashmirrors.com/

  4. Post4Earn said on April 15, 2011 at 10:16 am

    It is really a great website i have made couple of mirror for my site..

  5. virginie said on December 8, 2010 at 11:32 am

    I have just found a 100% free website to share your files.
    10 GB filesize accepted, 60 days of retention, high speed 24/7
    FTP/HTTP remote update available
    Enjoy it !

  6. r said on November 15, 2010 at 6:04 pm

    this feature also fix “file not found” problem – all files will stay in “always online” status.

  7. r said on November 15, 2010 at 6:00 pm

    Why this services not have feature – when file deleted on one filehosting, file reupload to this filehosting from other. This is give us infinity time for store files and no one never be deleted (expired).

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