Video Sharing

A video hosting service allows individuals to upload video content to share or place on a website. Users generally will upload via the hosting service's website, mobile or desktop applications or APIs. The type of video content uploaded can be anything from short video clips all the way to full length movies. The video host will then store the video on its server, and show the individual different types of embed codes or links to allow others to view this video. The website, mainly used as the video hosting website, is usually called the video sharing website.
Posts about Video Sharing
  • Facebook Launches Lifestage Video Profile App for Teens

    … Facebook introduced Lifestage, its new stand-alone iOS app for teens, which allows users to create video profiles and view videos posted by other users at their schools. As reported by TechCrunch, Lifestage allows users to view videos from their classmates in a feed, but the app will only show content to users once 20 people from…

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  • dubdub Video Editing, Sharing App Launches on iOS

    … Video editing application dubdub is now available on iOS, allowing users to create and share up to 90-second videos with others. With dubdub, users can add one or more video clips or images to each video project, or dub. Users can capture new videos within the app, or they can import content from their camera rolls. Once users import…

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