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Media Library Folders Pro S3 and Spaces lets you copy or move media files from your WordPress Media Library to Amazon S3 or DigitalOcean Spaces in just a few minutes.

You can then continue to serve files from your local server, automatically rewrite your URLs to serve content from your external storage, or connect your external storage to your favorite CDN. By offloading your files to S3 or Spaces, you're able to reduce server requests and speed up your site.

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  • Offload media files to the Amazon S3 or DigitalOcean Spaces bucket of your choice
  • Bulk copy all your existing and new media files to S3 or Spaces
  • Option to rewrite existing URLs to serve content from S3 or Spaces
  • Option to remove files from your local server after they've been safely copied to your external storage
  • Bulk download all files from S3 or Spaces back to your local server
  • Move individual files from your server → storage or storage → your server right from the Media Library Folders Pro interface
  • Retain the same folder structure in your external storage as you create with Media Library Folders Pro
  • Detailed setup guides to help you connect to your S3 or Spaces bucket and, optionally, connect your external storage to a CDN

Pricing

Media Library Folders Pro users can offload up to 3,000 images for free for each site with an active license. And if you ever need to offload more images, you can expand your plan starting at just $99 for up to 10,000 images.

3000 IMAGES
Included with MLFP
 
10000 IMAGES
$ 99.00 Purchase
25000 IMAGES
$ 199.00 Purchase

Maximum Number of Images for Any MLFP License

One Year of Upgrades and Support

 

 

Offload Your Media Files To Amazon S3 With The Click Of A Button

Media Library Folders Pro S3 and Spaces lets you quickly offload your entire WordPress Media Library to Amazon S3 or DigitalOcean Spaces with the click of a button. You can offload both existing files on your server as well as new files that you upload.

If desired, you can then automatically rewrite the links in your content to use the files on Amazon S3 or DigitalOcean Spaces instead of your own server by simply checking a box:

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Want to remove the files from your own server after moving them to external storage?

Media Library Folders Pro S3 and Spaces lets you check a box to automatically remove files from your own server after those files have been safely copied to your chosen external storage service.

This decreases the storage that you're using at your host by avoiding storing duplicate copies of your files.

 

Change your mind later and want to download all your files back to your local server after moving them to external storage?

Media Library Folders Pro S3 and Spaces lets you download your entire media library back to your local server by clicking on the Download Files from S3 button. Media Library Folders Pro S3 and Spaces will also rewrite all of the links on your site to ensure that your existing content starts serving your locally-hosted files.

Move Individual Files Back And Forth With Ease

Sometimes you might not want an all or nothing approach to storing your files on Amazon S3 or DigitalOcean Spaces. Media Library Folders Pro S3 and Spaces lets you control which files are stored on external storage or your local server right from the Media Library Folders Pro interface in your WordPress dashboard.

In addition to the options to bulk upload or download files from external storage, Media Library Folders Pro S3 and Spaces also lets you upload individual files to your external storage or download individual files from your external storage to your server with two new buttons in the Media Library Folders Pro interface.

Just select one or more files using the checkboxes and click the button to upload or download from S3 or Spaces:

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You can also use the color-coding to quickly see which files are stored in your external storage and which files are stored on your local server. Filenames with red text (as in the image above) are stored on your local server. Filenames with black text are stored on S3 or Spaces.

 

For example, in the GIF below you can see how the filename changes from red to black when the Upload to S3 button is clicked.

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You can also see exactly where a file is stored by looking at its permalink in WordPress:

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To see this full process in action, you can also view the video below:

RETAIN THE SAME MEDIA LIBRARY FOLDERS STRUCTURE AT YOUR EXTERNAL STORAGE

For easy organization, Media Library Folders Pro S3 and Spaces maintains the exact same folder structure in your S3 or Spaces bucket as the folder structure you create in your WordPress dashboard using Media Library Folders Pro.

That means if you created wp-content/uploads/custom-folder/file.jpg via Media Library Folders Pro or FTP, Media Library Folders Pro S3 and Spaces will maintain the exact same wp-content/uploads/custom-folder/file.jpg structure in your external storage:

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KEEP USING YOUR FAVORITE CDN FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY

Media Library Folders Pro S3 and Spaces doesn't get in the way of serving your content via your favorite CDN.

We've written a detailed guide on how you can connect your files on Amazon S3 or DigitalOcean Spaces to popular CDNs including Cloudflare, Amazon CloudFront, and KeyCDN.

It only takes a few minutes to connect your external storage to a CDN and enjoy faster content delivery around the world.

GET STARTED IN JUST 10 MINUTES

We have detailed written and video documentation to help you connect Media Library Folders Pro S3 and Spaces to Amazon S3 or DigitalOcean Spaces in just about 10 minutes.