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I have exported some files from my Google Drive, and it is sized 1.95 GBI want to download it to one of my web hosting account directly. I do not like to download to my PC first and then upload to the server.
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I have worked much with Drive API and developed applications based on it too. But the problem is that, this time I am not downloading single regular file from Google Drive, rather I have exported an entire folder containing several files as a zip archive. The download link is sent to my email.
Now to download that archive I must be logged into Google account. Due to slow speed at my home I prefer to download it to my web hosting server directly. This is what I am trying to achieve.
If you have no experience with Drive API, start from PHP Quickstart. It will show you how to handle authentication and basic API query. Then, you can use Files.get() if you know the file id or you can use Files.list() to find files with search queries. As a response of this query, you will get Files resource. From files resource, if it is Google Docs(or Spreadsheet, Presentation, etc) file, you can get exportLinks in various formats or you will get downloadUrl which you can download both of them. Files.list() and Files.get() both have some php code to take a look at.
OK, so I cant grasp WTF is going on. I have my Atlas on one hard drive, but the patch is downloading to another (where my Ark is). So my Atlas is on my H drive and I can see the game there ( although the whole folder is only 1.95 GB). I am trying to download and it is saying my E drive is full. I looked on my E drive and it was where Ark is installed, so I uninstalled ark. Still having the issue. I delete the downloading folder (still for some wierd reason in my E drive) and start the process over. Now downloading again and its taking up over a hundred GB of space!!!! not only is that way to big, but its on the wrong drive! Man, for every one thing they fix, they screw 4 more up. Anyone have any ideas? I cant play until I get it fixed and fear my animals and NPC's will starve soon.
Even tho the downloaded file is only 5.1gb.. the game needed 126gb to reinstall. It then deleted the older file. So you would have around 115gb original file, plus the 126gb space to reinstall the game.. once it downloaded the 5.1gb.. it takes an hour to reinstall and deletes old file, leaving you with 119 gb file on hdd. If you don't have that extra 126gb of space.. it won't patch.
No, it wasn't running out of space where atlas was (my H drive), that drive had 140 GB free. For some reason, it was downloading the patch to the E hard drive where Ark was installed. It was creating a folder called Downloading and putting it in there. Now, I am an IT professional by trade and know my way around a PC and in my 22 years of experience I have never seen anything like this.
Yeah I know HDD are cheap, I have 6 of them lol. Point is something is wrong if a game thats only 40 GB takes over 120 GB of space for a download. No one should have to have over 200 GB free on a HDD for a game that only takes up 40. Thats just poor programming.
I could be wrong here but I believe it removes the entire game in some way whilst redownloading it with the updates installed.sounds crazy but thats how it seems to do it,Also the single player mode IS the dlc ocean menu that was intended for ark,it says ocean in the menu.It will download eventually,mine took all evening and it was well worth the wait,even with the odd glitch here and there.
Note: PC users will also need 19.1 GB of additional space on their hard drive for the patch copying process; this is only temporary space that is reclaimed upon completion of the patch installation and is not an additional download.
Apple has just released the fifth iOS 10.1 beta, marking the second developer beta released this week. iOS 10.1 includes the Portrait camera for iPhone 7 Plus that applies a DSLR-like blur effect over photos using the dual lens system. The iOS 10.1 beta 5 is a larger download, weighing in at 1.95 GB. The beta is available to registered developers and public beta testers. Apple has also pushed out the beta 5 for macOS Sierra 10.12.1.
Links are provided to the images and other logs below. The full set of images is available as separated 1.95GB RAR files, but because of its size a smaller subset of 100 images in both raw and debayered/undistorted formats is also available for evaluation. MD5 Checksums are provided on large files to ensure integrity of downloaded data.
The data used to calibrate the stereo dataset is provided here for your convenience if you would like to perform your own calibration. The stereo images containing multiple views of a checkerboard are provided in 101215_151454_MultiCamera0_calibration.rar. If you would like to use our calibration you can download the monocular and stereo calibration files here that are compatible with Bouget's Camera Calibration for Matlab. If you wish to use OpenCV or our multicamera_data_player app (see below) to undistort the imagery, we have provided convenient XMLs with the data that OpenCV can import directly.
Download the 101215_153851_MultiCamera0_subset_db.rar file. This contains a small subset of processed data from the dataset ('db' = 'debayered'). Extract and examine the imagery to see if it suits your purposes.
Download the 101215_153851_MultiCamera0_subset.rar file. This contains the same small subset as in the full size dataset, but the images are in their raw form. This allows you to experiment with your own image processing and do some experimental evaluation before committing to downloading the whole dataset.
Extract 101215_153851_MultiCamera0_subset.rar using WinRAR on Windows or your favourite package unzipper in Linux. These should uncompress into a single folder titled 101215_153851_MultiCamera0_subset. Keep a note of the path of this folder.
The images provided in the subset and larger whole dataset require some post-processing before they are useful. Firstly, the images are in a bayer format, which means that they appear as a speckled greyscale image. However, colour information is encapsulated within the image encoding, and can be extracted using a software package such as OpenCV. The images also have not yet been undistorted nor rectified. The following steps allow you to debayer, undistort and rectify the images according to your needs with a single executable.
Download MultiCameraDataPlayer (or its source and dependencies, then build the application).
Download the intrinsics and distortion xml files for the data (see Calibration)
Place all four intrinsics and data files in a single folder called intrinsics or something similar. Keep a note of the path of this folder.
Run MultiCameraDataPlayer using the examples provided on it's download page as guidance. For most purposes you will want to debayer and undistort the imagery and export to a video file format for ease of use.
Finished! Now run your visual odometry algorithm on the processed dataset.
When you are satisfied with the quality of the evaluation set, download all 19 .RAR files (see Dataset) containing the images. These are compressed in sizes of just under 2GB to fit browser size limitations.Extract the files as a group using WinRAR on Windows or your favourite package unzipper in Linux. These should uncompress into a single folder titled 101215_153851_MultiCamera0. Keep a note of the path of this folder.Run MultiCameraDataPlayer on the sequence you wish to evaluate and process for use in your visual odometry software
You can keep downloaded music on your smartphone for as long as you want. And you can download as many songs as you like, unlike Spotify which limits you to 10,000 songs. Honestly, 10,000 is more than enough for most people.
With a focus on composition and the creative process, learn how to apply all the lessons learned in painting water, clouds, crashing waves, and more in this complete stormy ocean scenes mural painting from front to back. Video Length: 1:04 min. Download Size: 1.92 GB download Watch the preview below!
Among national internet providers (which we define as serving five states or more), Google Fiber delivers the fastest average speeds to its customers on the most consistent basis, earning an integrated speed score (ISS) of 171.4. Google Fiber offers maximum advertised speeds up to 2,000Mbps and reached average download speeds of 165.87Mbps over the past 12 months.
Currently, the FCC (the federal agency tasked with regulating internet policy) defines broadband internet as any connection with a minimum of 25Mbps download speeds and 3Mbps upload speeds. But in July 2022, citing the increased demand for fast internet in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rosenworcel called to raise that minimum to 100Mbps download speeds and 20Mbps upload speeds.1
Interestingly, as the chart below shows, our data suggests that a large number of users are still coping with download speeds of 25Mbps or slower. However, enough users get speeds close to 100 Mbps or over that number that it drives up the average. Also, while very few internet users get speeds of 500Mbps or faster, those cases also bring up the overall average.
We used these average download speeds to help generate the integrated speed scores for the above sections on the fastest national internet providers and the fastest regional internet providers of the past 12 months. Some of the providers ended up ranking higher because we also factored in average upload speeds to generate our integrated speed score.
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