Fun With Music and Video Monday
The latest answer on the web to YouTube is Vimeo.
Simply put, Vimeo is the home for videos you create. According to the site developers, “we offer the best tools and the highest quality video in the Universe”.
When you become a member of Vimeo, you can:
Upload - Vimeo makes it easy for you to upload any kind of video you create. It accepts tons of different file formats. A basic (free) account allows up to 500 MB of storage weekly and they have easy (read “vimeo for dummies) tools to customize your videos, including you savvy HD video people, to embed into any website or blog.
Share – “With a click of a button, Vimeo lets you share a video (or albums of videos) with anyone you want.” There are privacy controls so you can choose exactly who views your videos, and you can even post videos on other sites like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Flickr, or Digg.
Connect - Vimeo is a worldwide community of respectful people. In other words, Vimeo is a social network as well. So, it’s kind of like YouTube meets Twitter/Facebook. Have conversations with other members, take video workshops and more.
Explore – “Check out Categories to explore an ever-changing catalog of Vimeo 's great content and active communities. Interact with other users like you in Vimeo Groups, or subscribe to Channels with the kind of videos you enjoy.”
Learn – “Vimeo Video School is a fun place for anyone to learn how to make better videos. Start by browsing our Vimeo Lessons, or find specific video tutorials created by other members.”
I found this cool little video on Vimeo and I love it! I think I'll load my product video there and see what happens.
Thought of You from Ryan J Woodward on Vimeo.
I hope you enjoyed this little vignette. Do you Vimeo?