Currently, I'm using Quarto to develop a training: the course website, the (revealjs) slides, the exercises, etc. For this training, there are a large number of images and (short) videos to demonstrate processes. For the moment, all of the course content is in the course GitHub repo--that is, not only qmd and scss files, but png and mp4 files. While this arrangement appears to work so far--no GitHub LFS billing, no Git slowness problems--I'd like to explore how to host my visual assets elsewhere. After all, on my local machine, the repo folder weighs in at 1.7GB (). For videos, YouTube seems a good candidate. For images, I'm short on ideas.
Does anyone have any suggestions for file hosting services I should consider?
Here are my requirements:
- Files available through publicly accessible link (so that their content could be loaded into HTML slides)
- Service provides organization of logical collections like folders on a PC (e.g., videos for a lesson are grouped together, images for a lesson are grouped together, assets for English and French versions, respectively, etc.)
- Service is free