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Links to Places where you can upload your videos for sharing

Postby sjj1805 » Mon Dec 25, 2006 1:42 am

Links to Places where you can upload your videos for sharing.

VideoStudio channel
register with Veho
In order for users of VideoStudio to share their works, ideas, tips, etc., Senior forum Member Black Lab has started a VideoStudio Channel on Veoh.com. Veoh is similar to the likes of YouTube and GoogleVideo, with the exception that it allows videos of unlimited length to be uploaded, giving users more freedom and flexibility.

You Tube
http://www.youtube.com/t/howto_makevideo
Uploading Your Videos to YouTube
Once you're happy with your final result, you'll need to save the video in a format that YouTube can accept in order to upload. Unless you're a professional video producer, we recommend that you save your videos as either QuickTime .MOV, Windows .AVI, or .MPG files¡X these are the most common formats and they work well within our system. We specifically recommend the MPEG4 (Divx, Xvid) format at 320x240 resolution with MP3 audio. Resizing your video to these specifications before uploading will help your clips look better on YouTube.
VideoStudio: Rendering for You Tube.

Filewind
http://www.filewind.com/
Key features of fileWind.com
Free and no need to register to use.
Easy to use, upload file, receive link, share.
Files up to 500MB can be uploaded, can split files if too large.
Unlimited storage, upload as many files as you want.
Unlimited downloads, we will never delete for too many downloads.
Fast connection and 24/7 dedicated staff to maintain highest uptime.


Google Video
Google Video
Uploading a video is completely free
It only takes a few minutes to upload and share it with friends
Easily email your video to friends and family
Post your video to your blog or website
If you're a video producer with many titles, go here and we'll contact you with information about getting your videos online
Google for video Producers wrote:Video Upload Program for major producers
Do you have 1,000 or more hours of video? Have your videos been shown on TV networks or distributed by major motion picture studios? Please fill out this form to qualify for our Premium Program. If you have less than 1,000 hours, we encourage you to upload your video through our online Video Upload Program.

Google Video Upload Program wrote:Your work deserves to be seen.
You've made a great video. Now who will watch it?

Whether you produce hundreds of titles a year or just a few, you can give your videos the recognition and visibility they deserve by promoting them on Google - for free. Signing up for the Google Video Upload Program will connect your work with users who are most likely to want to view them.

Sign up and upload...
We're accepting digital video files of any length and size. Simply sign up for an account and upload your videos using our Video Up loader (please ensure that you own the rights to the works you upload), and, pending our approval process and the launch of this new service, we'll include your video in Google Video, where users will be able to search, preview, purchase* and play it.


Yahoo Video Online
http://video.yahoo.com/
Share Your Videos With the World
Yahoo! Video makes it easy for you to publish and share your videos on-line.

Sharkle.com
http://sharkle.com/Videos/
If you want to start your own Sharkle Net to share your videos with your family and friends, you can sign up now for a FREE 1Gb Sharkle account.

Dropshots
http://www.dropshots.com/

Free User Account wrote:Free DropShots user page
Free DropBox media up loader
Up to 500 Photos
Up to 20 Videos
2-Minute Videos
Audio and Video Commenting


Star User Account $4.95/month wrote:Free DropShots user page
Free DropBox media up loader
Unlimited Photos
Unlimited Videos
10-Minute Videos
Higher Quality Videos
Downloadable Videos
Higher Quality Photos
Audio and Video Commenting
Password Protection
NO Ads!
Premium Customer Support
A * Next to Your Username
Help Support DropShots


MediaMax
25 GB of Free online storage (upload/download limited to 1GB per month - reset at end of each month)
MediaMax, powered by Streamload, gives you a private and secure place to upload, store, access, and share your personal videos, photos, movies, music, and files.
http://www.mediamax.com/

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Postby sjj1805 » Wed Aug 08, 2007 2:15 am

The site FILEWIND has been 'offline' for several days - hopefully they will fix it soon. I have now found an almost identical alternative site

Driveway
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Vimeo all the way

Postby webcombo » Fri Feb 29, 2008 12:31 pm

I use www.vimeo.com because it allows you to upload HD video and up to 500MB files, free. I use VideoStudio for all my video editing, and then upload it to Vimeo. The quality is the best I have seen for video sharing, especially with the videos that come from the Canon HV20. If you do a search for the tags that include HV20, you will see some amazing videos. This site rocks!!
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Postby mschmidt33 » Mon Mar 03, 2008 1:41 am

webcombo,

With HDV and Vimeo, what settings do you use to encode to 720p before uploading? I have used 1280x720, 8000kbps, variable, 29.97fps, frame based MPEG2 video with 128 kbps audio. Seems to work, just curious what you use. MP4, H.264?
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Postby webcombo » Mon Mar 03, 2008 1:45 pm

I have tried several different ways, and I found a tutorial from a user on the HV20.com website. It involves using Xvid, I believe. Here is a link to her tutorial. But I am still trying other options. Nonetheless, it is still the highest quality video sharing site I have seen!!

http://eugenia.gnomefiles.org/2007/12/0 ... d-in-720p/
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Postby mschmidt33 » Thu Mar 06, 2008 12:54 am

Thanks... quality is better and the file size is smaller vs. mpeg2! Let me know if you figure out another way!
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