Tag Archives: Choosing an Online Video Platform

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Video Quality of UGC and Inexpensive OVP Sites

This article contains the videos that I encoded for an article I wrote for OnlineVideo.net. Specifically, I encoded video on five UGC sites, YouTube, Vimeo, Viddler, DailyMotion and Metacafe, and VideoPress, which is the fee-based video publishing option available to WordPress users. After uploading the videos, I embedded them using …

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Choosing an Online Video Platform

Today, if streaming video is at all integral to your organization, and if you’re currently hosting your own videos or posting them to user-generated content (UGC) sites such as YouTube and Vimeo, it’s time to consider using an online video platform (OVP). The big question that this article tackles is …

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Interesting video on viewing analytics

The type and amount of statistics and analytics provided by an OVP is a critical selection criteria. Veeple is an OVP that features clickable hotspots in the video. Here's a short (under 3 minutes) video of Veeple's viewing analytics that I found

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Is your video player as good as your content?

Ten years ago, a streaming video player performed one function - it played your video. Today, the features of your player are critical to achieving the maximum return on investment from your video. Specifically, a well featured, properly designed

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New Online Video Platform Comparison Service

I'm very bullish on Online Video Platforms (OVPs) as a substitute for internal infrastructure for video streaming. They simplify encoding, reduce capital expenditures and development costs, provide a superior distribution platform for your videos via

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Choosing an Online Video Platform

Let’s assume that you’re a small to mid-size nonmedia company seeking to use video to acquire or retain customers, train your employees, and, perhaps, communicate with investors, and you’re considering inexpensive alternatives fo

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