Video Hosting Websites

Similar to the Photohosting Websites post, below is a list of websites that you can use to host videos online.

Viddler.com

Viddler.com allows you to upload videos up to 500 MB in size to the Viddler website with no limit on how long the video is. Viddler also allows you to choose whether or not you would like your videos to be public, shared, or private. When you upload a video, it’s set to private by default.

However, you can change whether or not you would like your video to be shared, which means that only a specific group of people will be able to see your video or public, which means that anyone can see your video.

Also, you can use a custom logo that will be displayed at the bottom right of videos that you upload.

Viddler also offers profiles, which you can edit by logging into your Viddler account and clicking on the “Profile” button and then clicking on “Edit your Profile”, where you should be able to upload a picture that will be used as your profile’s icon. You can also add links to other services, such as Twitter and Flickr to your Viddler profile.

Viddler is free to use and has no limit as to how many videos you upload or how long the videos are, but there is a 500 MB size limit.

If you would like to try using Viddler, you can do so by going to Viddler.com.

Vimeo.com

Vimeo.com is a website that allows you to upload and host your videos online for free.

Vimeo offers two account types, a Basic Account, which is free, as well as a Plus Account, which costs $59.99 a year.

With a Basic Account, users can upload up to 500 MB of video per week and up to 10 videos a day. Also, Basic users are allowed to upload 1 HD video (720p) a week. Basic users are also allowed to have 1 channel, 1 group, and 3 albums for their videos. Users can also download converted files from the Vimeo website. In addition to this, Basic Users also have robust privacy controls, as well as basic embedding features.

If you upgrade from a Basic Account to a Plus account, you have access to more features, which you can view in Vimeo’s FAQ section on their website.

If you would like to try using Vimeo, you can do so by going to Vimeo.com.

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