Hmmm free for 30days.  Dailymotion have had facility for about 6 months now and they hold that video possibly forever or how long the site is open for.  Good idea but late and possibly expensive (more money than free anyway)


Paul Knight

On 22 Feb 2006, at 19:12, peterzottolo wrote:

Hello, it's been awhile since I posted anything, but I can see the
community is growing.  I've been pestering my company for a good
year now to make putting video in blogs easier, and with the most
recent release, they've finally done so - kinda.  At least it's
easier now than it was before.

Here's a free & easy way to make a video & put it on a blog,
webpage, anywhere, really:

Things you'll need: a decent computer, a decent webcam, and a decent
internet connection.

STEP ONE: Go to, create a free account, and
download the software.

STEP TWO: Aftger signing in, click Create. Record a 30 second video
of you riffing on music, politics, unrequited love, etc. Check the
box "Create a Video Blog link." This will create an http url that
you can link to.

STEP THREE: Send the video & upload it to our server. When finished,
you'll see a url which you can copy & paste.

That's it. SightSpeed will host your video for free for 30 days.

This is just to get you started. There's more you can do with
SightSpeed, but I don't want to sound too much like a salesman. And
I'll be the first to admit that there might be bugs.  Or, it may not
work flawlessly for you.  However, if you do use SightSpeed, you'll
see it's an easy way to get your video hosted, and it'll make my
bosses happy and give me a little job security.  Which always helps.

OK, enough of me.  It's all about sharing ideas. 

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