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I Now Have Video Thanks To Twitter And Vimeo

Posted Jan 22 2009 4:03pm 1 Comment

I’ve been tinkering around with more video lately and I finally got a video up to share. You can check it out below.

This clip comes from my daughter’s first real Christmas program (yea I know I’m a little late) and she got be one of the sugar plum fairies in The Night Before Christmas. She’s the third one from the teacher’s right hand and she’s easily the cutest one out there.

I turned to Twitter (follow me: @buildingcamelot ) to get some suggestions for alternatives to YouTube and Vimeo was the overwhelming favorite.

Click here to see the video if it’s not showing up in your email or your RSS reader.

Some of the other suggestions included Viddler, Veoh, and PutFile. I like the layout, interface, HD options and the 500MB weekly upload limit in Vimeo. The other sites have their strong points and you should check them out because they might have some feature that you like better.

I’m planning on bringing another dimension to Building Camelot this year and this is just a start. Now, if I can talk my wife into letting my buy a FlipMino HD or a Creative Vado HD, I’ll be able to post some videos in HD. How sweet would that be?

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Vimeo is an HD video site that offers a diverse range of genres, styles and artistic techniques ranging from crude and basic through to state of the art. It contains the weird and the wonderful the great and the gross. Some of the HD video sites listed on offer really good HD quality sites such as Babelgum, Epixhd... But when it comes to choice, nothing can beat youtube.
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