I just love the folks at Mashable. They have a great post sharing five Twitter applications for using video. Now these applications can be used to create video tweets but some of them can also be used to manage photos. How cool is that.
I just posted a video this morning using Twiddeo but I am excited about trying the other applications. So enjoy this post featuring Twitter video applications.
Video blogging is also known as vblogging and vlogging. It is becoming more and more popular these days. It is just like posting text to a blog but instead you are posting mini videos.
Storing videos online takes up a lot of space. The files are usually large. However, many sites offer free video file hosting. Now, Google provides a search engine just for videos. They also provide a place to store your videos, and video viewer.
In addition check out these other resources:
Video Blogging Directories and Communities
You will learn lots if you hang out in places that just talk about one thing like video blogging. You can start by following on Twitter the videoblogging group on yahoo.com and also joining the group.
Take time to visit:
Promise me that you will post the links to your newly created video sites as a comment to this post. If you already have a vlog please share it.
Earlier I did a post about 15 Jaw Dropping Video Sharing Sites. Have you used any of them yet?
I am using six of them and making my way to the rest. So far, my experiance with Daily Motion and Viddler is cool because of the auto streaming.
I am also impressed with the groups in Viddler. You can actually import your videos within a specific group. I was disappointed with a video that never, ever encoded in Daily Motion but they have made up for it by providing good features.
So let me know your insights.