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Yes, You Can Trust Your Users to Tag Your Videos

Yes, You Can Trust Your Users to Tag Your Videos | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Professional cataloguers can be great if you want to index content -- for professional cataloguers. But if you want to help average people find videos, then you should embrace user-contributed tags, even if they can contain spelling errors.
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Syncbak Aims to Bring Local TV Online

Syncbak Aims to Bring Local TV Online | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Syncbak hopes to enable broadcast stations to take control of their destinies and create new streaming services, by offering a way for them to verify local viewers are in their broadcast area and ensure that devices accessing content belong in households that can receive their signals.
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How to License Online Video & Protect your Ownership: Legal Video Tips

How to License Online Video & Protect your Ownership: Legal Video Tips | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
How to get and give proper permissions and licensing for online videos, as well as how to have your attorney negotiate deals and draft contracts with online video in your business.
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Cross-platform Flash Video Streaming (yes, including iOS) | Learn from Lisa

Cross-platform Flash Video Streaming (yes, including iOS) | Learn from Lisa | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Yesterday at NAB, Adobe revealed plans (and a working demo) for multi-screen live streaming through Flash Media Server.
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Adobe to Stream Live Video to the iPad

Adobe to Stream Live Video to the iPad | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Adobe is demoing an update to its Flash Media Server at the National Association of Broadcasters show this week that will enable publishers to stream not just to Flash-enabled web and mobile browsers, but also devices like Samsung TVs, the Motorola Xoom tablet and Atrix smartphone — and even to Apple iOS devices like the iPad.

In a blog post earlier this week, Adobe product manager Kevin Towes showed off the new technology, including providing a demo video of a live video stream with outputs to the Safari browser on a Mac, as well as to an iPad 2 and Motorola Xoom tablet.
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Google Rolling Out Live Streaming For YouTube - Slashdot

Google Rolling Out Live Streaming For YouTube - Slashdot | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
YouTube has already live-streamed a number of popular concerts, sporting events, and interviews, but most were one-time deals. Now Google wants to crank it up a notch, and has announced YouTube Live. YouTube Live integrates live streaming capabilities and discovery tools directly into the YouTube platform. From the announcement: 'Today, we'll also start gradually rolling out our live streaming beta platform, which will allow certain YouTube partners with accounts in good standing to stream live content on YouTube.
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Can Collaborative Online Video Creation Go Mainstream? Stroome Hopes So

Can Collaborative Online Video Creation Go Mainstream? Stroome Hopes So | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Are you familiar with Stroome? I was introduced to the service this week, and I think they might be onto something.

Stroome is a collaborative video editing service, where users can share clips or partial videos with friends and other members in order to get their help, and videos can be collectively edited by the community. Stroome calls the process “participatory video,” and I think we’re going to see more and more of it moving forward.
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Five Tips for Creating Product Review Videos that Wow

Five Tips for Creating Product Review Videos that Wow | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Now that mobile phones, cheap video cameras and Webcams have hit the mainstream, many of the product review videos of today feel like over-long lectures on the intricacies of tax code. These videos lack focus, ramble on for too long, and have less visual flair than a taped city council meeting.

Thankfully, as a product reviewer, there are plenty of ways you can avoid boring your audience, drawing harsh criticism, and falling into the bad review trap. If you’re an affiliate marketer – or simply like voicing your opinion on stuff or sale – follow these five tips on creating great video product reviews that wow:
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How to Easily Create Quality Closed Captions & Subtitles for YouTube

How to Easily Create Quality Closed Captions & Subtitles for YouTube | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Want to increase user engagement and search engine optimization in YouTube? Then you should consider adding closed captions for YouTube videos, and the easiest way for most people to do that is simply by leveraging your own transcripts.

Follow this step-by-step tutorial on how to easily create closed captions or subtitles for your YouTube videos with a simple text transcript. We’ve also included a set of tips for getting the maximum benefit of closed captions in YouTube in terms of both usability and Video SEO.
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Adobe Pass Unlocks TV Everywhere

Adobe Pass Unlocks TV Everywhere | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Adobe wants its Flash player to the be the one stop shop for the TV Everywhere industry. With that in mind they’ve revealed the Adobe Pass, an authentication service which can gate premium content for cable and satellite operators as well as broadcasters online. The Adobe Pass is said to work with a variety of connected devices and I imagine that list is pretty much anything that can see Flash.
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Filmmaker: Forget Festivals, Go Online Instead!

Filmmaker: Forget Festivals, Go Online Instead! | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Andrew Allen devotes much of his free time to finding new and exciting short films online for his Shortoftheweek.com blog.

But when it was time to release his own short film, The Thomas Beale Cipher, Allen and his partner-in-crime Jason Sondhi instead opted for a more traditional approach, showing the film at more than a dozen festivals. “I felt a twinge of guilt,” Allen wrote on his blog this week, adding:

I praise the courage of online films here on Short of the Week, yet I was reluctant to post my own film online. Honestly, I didn’t know the best way to do it, and deep down I was afraid that a misstep would spell disaster for a project that I, and others, gave so much to. I knew we couldn’t just toss it up on YouTube and say our prayers.
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This is quite interesting. There is evidence to support this as well, for example the website we chose some short films from earlier in the year - Short Films of the Week - however festivals are more of a culture thing so there is another element to it of sentimental value above all else. Also, if your film is good enough to really do well in a festival, there are still opportunities from big movie moguls that come to scout for some new, fresh talent.

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Can I Do That On YouTube? Copyright Law & Posting Video

Can I Do That On YouTube? Copyright Law & Posting Video | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Websites all over the Internet are inviting you to link and embed your YouTube video on blog sites, “share” it with Facebook ...
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Crowdsourced Video Editing: Clipik

Crowdsourced Video Editing: Clipik | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Like every proud father, Pablo Lema has been busy taking hundreds of photos and video clips ever since his daughter was born four weeks ago. And just like most parents, he simply doesn’t have the time to edit all of that raw footage.

Fortunately for Lema, he’s been working on a solution for this exact problem for the last few months. Clipik, a San Francisco-based startup co-founded by Lema, uses crowdsourcing to produce professionally edited videos.
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Crowdsourced Video Is On The Rise: Interview With Stroome

Crowdsourced Video Is On The Rise: Interview With Stroome | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Stroome has retooled their service and redesigned their website to make crowdsourced and collaborative video editing and creation even easier than before.
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My Video Rights Helps Web Video Content Owners Monetize Unauthorized Usage

There may be a new copyright sheriff in town, but this sheriff won’t be locking anyone up.

MyVideoRights.com is an online video advertising service that monitors unauthorized usage of copyrighted materials in web video. Instead of shutting down the illegal clips, the company then works with the rights-holder to earn income from the material in the form of advertising. After great success in the U.K., My Video Rights is bringing their business model to the U.S. market.

Unauthorized usage of copyrighted video is rampant online. Every day there are videos released and enjoyed containing a preexisting work in one form or another. Typical examples include mash-ups, overdubs, supercuts, and parodies.
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Vudu Launches Browser-Based Video Streaming Service

Vudu Launches Browser-Based Video Streaming Service | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Vudu has rapidly expanded the number of devices that offer its video on demand service. But the one place you couldn't find it was in your web browser. That changes today, as full video streaming of all titles will now be available on Vudu.
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VMIX's Vidcinity: An App for Tagging Places With Video

VMIX's Vidcinity: An App for Tagging Places With Video | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
VMIX might be best known for providing a white-label video distribution platform which competes with similar offerings from Brightcove and Ooyala. But its new Vidcinity iPhone app, which is now available in the Apple app store, lets users mark locations with videos that can be seen whenever another user gets close to where those videos were shot.
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NVIDIA Gives Websites Ability to Stream 3D Video with Silverlight Plug-in

NVIDIA Gives Websites Ability to Stream 3D Video with Silverlight Plug-in | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Holy BA…ZOOKAS! NVIDIA dropped me a note today, oddly at GDN and not ReelSEO, to tell us that they now can help you stream 3D on the web. Hot diggity, that would be cool, if I were really interested in 3D video (which I’m not all that keen on, due to having to wear those silly glasses).

Anyway, this is interesting and I thought lots of you might be interested. They’ve created a plug-in for Silverlight that gives you 3D Vision capabilities meaning you can stream 3D to those with the proper tech at home to view it.

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Google to Revamp YouTube With 'Channels' - WSJ.com

Google to Revamp YouTube With 'Channels' - WSJ.com | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Google is working on a major overhaul of its YouTube video site to organize its content around premium channels and spending as much as $100 million to commission original content.
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26 Ways to Engage With Customers Using Video | Social Media Examiner

26 Ways to Engage With Customers Using Video | Social Media Examiner | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Are you using video to connect with customers and prospects? Videos will enhance client communication and collaboration, and help support and drive new business.

In this post we’ll cover 26 ways you can engage and interact with your customers by using video in several different forms.
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YouTube Overhauls Search Options System, Now Called Filter & Explore

YouTube Overhauls Search Options System, Now Called Filter & Explore | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
I’ve complained plenty of times about how tough it can be to find a video on YouTube using the “search” or “browse” function.

The filters have always been too basic and too restrictive for my tastes. But now I may have to shut my mouth about it, because YouTube has just completely overhauled the filtering system, adding in several new ways to get to the video you want.
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YouTube Online Video Editor Adds Super-Stabilization and 3D Editing

YouTube Online Video Editor Adds Super-Stabilization and 3D Editing | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Nine months ago we launched our cloud-based video editor. It was a simple product built to provide our users with simple editing tools. Although it didn’t have all the features available on paid desktop editing software, the idea was that the vast majority of people’s video editing needs are pretty basic and straight-forward and we could provide these features with a free editor available on the Web. Since launch, hundreds of thousands of videos have been published using the YouTube Video Editor and we’ve regularly pushed out new feature enhancements to the product, including:

Video transitions (crossfade, wipe, slide)
The ability to save projects across sessions
Increased clips allowed in the editor from 6 to 17
Video rotation (from portrait to landscape and vice versa - great for videos shot on mobile)
Shape transitions (heart, star, diamond, and Jack-O-Lantern for Halloween)
Audio mixing (AudioSwap track mixed with original audio)
Effects (brightness/contrast, black & white)
A new user interface and project menu for multiple saved projects
While many of these are familiar features also available on desktop software, today, we’re excited to unveil two new features that the team has been working on over the last couple of months that take unique advantage of the cloud:
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How To Get Your Videos to Rank in Universal Search: A Video SEO Study

How To Get Your Videos to Rank in Universal Search: A Video SEO Study | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Learn what you need to know to get your video content ranking in universal search results for videos. Learn about universal ranking factors for video SEO
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Vid.ly Universal Video URL Service Goes Public Beta

Vid.ly Universal Video URL Service Goes Public Beta | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
A while back I wrote about the new vid.ly service from Encoding.com. Well they have been working on it for some time now and today it’s ready to throw open its doors and welcome in the public for the rest of the beta period. Vid.ly, a new automatic transcoding, universal URL service from Encoding.com is simply genius. You upload your file, set up your profile and it automatically encodes to whatever formats you desire. You are then emailed links that can be sent in SMS, embedded as HTML5 or Flash.Now, everyone can access the service to ensure their videos will playback on all popular mobile phones and web browsers. The program expansion responds to the enormous demand for the Vid.ly private beta program over the past two months in which several thousand beta users generated over 10,000 Vid.ly URLs by simply uploading their source videos via the Vid.ly site.

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How Microsoft Is Using Video to Increase Employee Productivity

How Microsoft Is Using Video to Increase Employee Productivity | Online Video Publishing | Scoop.it
Microsoft has their own, employees-only clone of YouTube, called Academy Mobile, which lets workers connect, share, and collaborate with video from all around the globe.
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