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Web tool for sharing videos online
Ralf Jurrien : February 13th 2007 - 17:34 CET
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DigitalPost interactiveWeb tool for sharing videos online : DigitalPost, a provider of easy-to-use web platforms for digital media sharing and social networking, announced that it has launched VideoPostSM, a tool that lets Internet users upload video with just three clicks of a mouse. Designed with simplicity in mind, the new uploading tool takes the most popular video formats available and converts them into Flash format for trouble-free viewing - even with limited bandwidth. With thousands of successful video uploads now enjoyed by families at The Family Post, VideoPost is now being offered as a permanent part of DPI’s media sharing platform which includes other web tools like Qwik-PostSM designed to continuously improve the Web 2.0 user experience.
Web tool for sharing videos onlineSharing videos onine - VideoPostSM
“Sites like YouTube and MySpace have reminded us all just how rich the video experience can be,” said Robert Grant, Director of Technology for DigitalPost Interactive (DPI). “With VideoPost, we’ve eliminated the complexity involved so even novice Internet users can celebrate their prized video moments without the hassle of lengthy download times or plug-in issues. And we’re doing it in a secure environment where users’ videos are password-protected.” Beta tested by The Family Post - DPI’s flagship destination site that lets families share and preserve their digital memories - VideoPost optimizes AVI, MPEG or WMV files into a Flash video format, one of the most ubiquitous software applications in the world, installed on more than 98% of all Internet-connected computers. It also contains enhanced security features that provides users with a virtual family room in a gated community.

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“We’re changing the social networking space by bringing simplicity, elegance, versatility and security to online media sharing,” said Michael Sawtell, CEO, DigitalPost Interactive. “Our customers want solutions that are not just functional, but easy to use. VideoPost was designed from the ground up with that in mind, and allows us to deliver the exceptional user experience that our clients have come to expect.”

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