How to upload received SSTV images to the internet

Needed:
- Software: mmSSTV (or RX-SSTV ) and SSTV-FTP.
- An internet account with FTP support.


1. Download and install SSTV-FTP for windows.



2. No webspace? Create an free account on qsl.net






Then enter the form:



Finish by clicking the Submit Your Request-button

Patience, it can take several days before your account is created !


3. Setup sstv-ftp for qsl.com (or other account)

SSTV-FTP uploads automaticly your received images to the server.

Start SSTV-FTP and click on the vertical button SETUP.
Then select an color bar:

Setup window:
settingdescription
SSTV programGive the window a name.
FTP addressServer address (for QSL.net is that qsl.net).
Username and PasswordThe login data of your server account.
Web directoryDirectory on server side where to store the images! When empty they will be placed in the root directory
Path to image folderLocal directory from mmSSTV or RX-SSTV where it stores the recieved images.
By default is that the History directory.
So for example: C:\ham\mmSSTV\History or C:\RX-SSTV\History.
Upload toFor slowscan select SSTV-Sites !
The Digi-Sites selection is for EasyPal (dSSTV).
Add to displaySelection box, select to activate !

Exit setup with Close, the program is now ready and waiting for incoming images to upload...




Its better to put the images in a seperate directory on the server !
So you can make seperate directories for different bands. Like HF20 for 20m 14.230, or HF80 for 80m 3.730 Mhz images etc...
You must then create the directory on the server in the root directory.
This can be done with an standard FTP-program like WinSCP.
For example an directory HF20 is created in the root, then setup should look like:



4. Congratulations,
When you have done the above and you see images appear in your directory then fill in this form and we will add you ASAP to the cqsstv worldwide list at max.cqsstv.com!

or fill in the form if you have already a place for your SSTV pictures and you like to be added to the worldwide list:


HAM or SWL callsign:
Monitoring frequency or band:
URL to image1.jpg:
Your homepage URL:
QTH location (town, country):
Remarks:




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