Excite@Home launches new video tool.
Worldwide Computer Products News-10 October 2000-Excite@Home launches new video tool (C)1995-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Excite@Home has teamed up with VideoShare Inc to expand its video broadband applications with a new video message service called My Videos.
Powered by VideoShare's technology, the new service is available via the Excite Bluemountain.com web site (http://www.bluemountain.com) or from a link in Excite Inbox (http://inbox.excite.com) and enables users to create personal video e-mails or video greeting cards.
To utilise the service users can download a free program called Video Producer, which will allow them to import video from a webcam, camcorder or digital files and store it in an online folder kept in a personalised My Videos page. The imported video can then be sent over the Internet as a video card.
A variety of stock video cards are also available for users who do not have the ability to create their own video.
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|Date:||Oct 10, 2000|
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