Re: [videoblogging] Re: Videoblogging with Flashcom
I like the message from Schappie the crocodile!
There are a number of Flash based solutions that allow people to post
video directly online. audioblog.com, A/V Userplane, video add on,
The things to consider with these tools are:
1. Do they allow direct posting to a blog, or do you have to copy HTML
from the tool over to your blog?
2. Do they embed a .mov file within the post, in addition to the Flash
video, to allow subscription via RSS 2.0 aggregators?
I like your comments site, but there's no way for me to link to a
comment directly, like that crocodile one that I like.
The advantage of creating video directly online and posting it directly
to a blog is that it almost makes it as easy as writing a text blog
So it's a great way to get people posting video online. Once they get
a taste and sample what is out there they can move on to shooting and
editing prior to uploading.
Keep in mind that sites like audioblog.com, in addition to allowing
online recording of video, also allow you to post a saved .avi file
from your local disk.
On Jun 29, 2005, at 6:46 AM, Zadi wrote:
>> One of the chapters is about Videoblogs and Videoguestbook (I
>> developed one myself, it's at
>> http://www.videoguestbook.de/en/user.html if you wanna leave a message
>> ;-) So I'm wondering if anyone here has done Videobloggin with a
>> Flashcom Solution and wants to share his or her experience. Also I'd
>> be interested if you'd see the possiblity to create a video directly
>> online as a great advantage, or if you mostly shoot the videos
>> seperately, so you can do some editing before putting them online.
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