Let's say one movie on a DVD is 5 GB. Then 3000 of movies is 15 terabyte.
http://www.dropbox.com/pricing shows 100 GB is 20 dollar a month. That's 3000 dollar a month for 15 terabyte. That's 36,000 dollar a year for 15 terabyte.
So either you'll have to find a storage provider that offers their services at, say, 1/100 of the price of Dropbox, or you'll have to buy, say, 3 sets of 8 2-terabyte external harddisks yourself, and store them on a safe place. At $200 for 2 TB disk, that's some 10.000 dollar for, say, 5 years life-time (on average, if not much used).
Who ever said having a hobby collecting useless things is cheap?
Your choice here.
Hi just a quick question, I've got thousands of movies and tv shows all backed up from DVD etc and i want to move them to the cloud so i can access them again at a later date and free up loads of space for more up to date content and because i hate to delete any media and really don't trust external hard drives.
What is the best service if any?
Upload won't be a problem either as I'm on fibre optic.