All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Vimeo’

Vimeo Boasts 14 Million Members and Over 675 Million Total Visits to End 2012

Vimeo says that their 2012 was amazing, now that they’ve grown to the size of the principality of Liechtenstein. Like most companies, Vimeo has released their 2012 year-in review, which features some interesting user statistics. Mainly, their member base has grown exponentially in 2012. “It’s that time of year when a company’s thoughts turn to itself. Which is frankly what …

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Vimeo Launches New Xbox 360 App for LIVE Gold Members

Vimeo is now on your Xbox 360. The company has just announced an all new Vimeo app for Xbox LIVE that you can download and enjoy today, considering you have an Xbox LIVE Gold account. The video screen on the new Vimeo for Xbox app included descriptions, credits, and related videos. Logged-in users can also like and share videos as …

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Vimeo’s iPhone App Gets Better Navigation, Background Uploading

Vimeo has just launched a new iPhone app that streamlines navigation and sharing while making uploading faster and simpler as well. “The new app is simply the best way to watch, create and share Vimeo videos on the go. We redesigned it to be smarter and more intuitive so you can do what you want, when you want, really easily. …

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Vimeo Kicks Off Pay-to-View Service With 6 New Films

Back in September, Vimeo launched their new Creator Services suite, a set of tools designed to help video creators make a little bit of money for their efforts. The first tool that was unveiled as a part of the suite was Tip Jar, which allows viewers to “tip” creators with a contribution ranging from $1 to $500. At that time, …

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Vimeo Launches Tip Jar, Paid Videos Coming Soon

For the most part, Vimeo provides an ad-free video viewing experience. One of their only sources of revenue comes in the form of selling pro services to both users and creators (Vimeo Plus and Vimeo PRO). In order to help video creators receive quick and easy funding for their content, Vimeo has just announced a new Creator Services platform. “Today, …

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Windows Movie Maker Goes Straight To Vimeo

Windows Essentials has never been essential to my experience on Windows. When it comes to photo editing or video creation software, I always go with freeware or third-party software like Adobe. Regardless, lots of people love the simplicity of Windows Movie Maker and Microsoft is making it easier than ever with the release of Windows Essential 2012. Microsoft has released …

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T3Media Allows You to Sell Your Original Photos and Videos online with Paya

Tese days everybody is looking for a way to make some extra cash. Some people have a yard sale or sell things on ebay. Others are looking for a more unique way to get paid. T3Media out of Denver is just putting the finishing touches on a new service they call Paya. Paya allows you to sell your original content …

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The Dangers Of An IRL Portal Gun On Display In POrtal: Terminal Velocity

It’s clear that having a Portal gun would be pretty useful in a variety of scenarios. Need to catapult yourself over a high wall? Simple, just climb up high, blast one portal on a wall behind you and one on the ground below and jump. Too lazy to get up and walk across the room to grab your remote off …

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YouTube Uploads 72 Hours of Content Per Minute

Google’s YouTube, launched in 2005, has hit 72 hours of video content uploaded per minute, in a steady ascent. By 2007, users were adding six hours of video per minute – by January of 2009, that number hit 15 hours, by March 2010, 24 hours, by November of that year, 35 hours, and so forth. YouTube has been having some …

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Listen All Y’all, It’s A Sabotage (With Kids)

Earlier this month the music world was hit with the loss of Beastie Boys co-founder Adam Yauch, better known as “MCA.” The legendary artist had been fighting a battle with cancer after discovering a tumor in his salivary gland back in 2009. Tributes for the late Yauch rolled in from all over the place, while fans as well as colleagues …

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Vimeo, Pirate Bay Blocked in Parts of India

The trial in India against Google and Facebook for failing to censor allegedly offensive content on their social networks in that country has been again postponed, and now there are reports that video hosting site Vimeo, along with torrent sharing sites like the Pirate Bay have been blocked on a certain Indian ISP. The Department of Telecom in India has …

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Pinterest Enhances Group Boards

Despite of Pinterest’s meteoric launch and rise to popularity, recents reports have shown that the photo-sharing pinboard site might be losing steam – and users. Still, fluctuations in user base are likely just signs of growth, and Pinterest has been likewise augmenting some of its features, as it expands. The site recently added the capability of pinning Vimeo content to …

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