Capacity Networks launches video clip sharing service.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-29 September 2005-Capacity Networks launches video clip sharing service(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Software solutions developer Capacity Networks launched on Wednesday (28 September) FotoJive (http://www.fotojive.com), a new video clip sharing service for digital camera users.
According to the company, digital camera users can upload their clips to an online FotoJive account where they can be organized into folders. Then the FotoJive users select the clips they wish to share, and send an e-mail invitation to their friends to come and view the clip. The invited person can click on a link in the invitation e-mail and view the clip in their internet browser, the company claims.
Capacity Network claims that such approach to clip sharing has the following advantages - no large video files need to be emailed; there is no need for a compatible video player on a user's PC; video clips can be shared with a number of friends at the same time.
The FotoJive service offers the users a free, 100MB online storage facility and can be used with a variety of digital cameras such as Sony, Canon, Panasonic Nikon, Pentax, Ricoh, and Olympus. In addition, the service supports camera phone video.
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