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Unlimited cloud media storage for you entire media collection
Stream your media collection to all popular devices and browsers
Add friends to your circle to see what s trending
Upload files or past magnets, links from Dropbox and more
Movies, TV shows, and music auto organized with art work
Upload Unlimited home videos and photos
Houres of video and music streaming per month: Unlimited
Cloud Storage 2GB
Sureplay Playback High Definition
Burn Hi-Def Videos
Advanced Video PlayBack
Professional CD Burning
RealPlayer Music Cleaner
Access to Vuze torrent bundles
Magnet link support
Integrated meta search for content discovery
A cool application for its end users where they can upload and watch or even share the videos from anywhere. The universal application gives you 2GB of available storage. It gives us clean features, easy to use navigation very well matched with iOS. Once you have downloaded videos they can be downloaded to any device. Very quickly they get started and played without any hiccups. The app gives you an option to share videos quickly via email, Twitter, or Facebook and the best part is that the receiver doesn't need to create an account to watch the shared videos. The fact is RealPlayer Cloud offers one of the best ways to share the mobile videos, but it costs more than its rivals. I still remember the old player I use to have it in the late 90's and how other players took his place.
Pros : It's user friendly, easy to use. Able to share private videos via email and social network. Its UI is very much compatible with iOS and user don't have any hiccups while sharing their videos. The best part is it now available for PC, Android users as well. YouTube allows you to upload videos and gives you an option to mark them as private whereas RealPlayer Cloud lets you to email someone a downloaded link rather than a link to watch them on a website. It's not more secure as compare to others.
Cons : Limited free storage space available. Sometimes it gets halted and we need to reinstall the application again. Large uploads require plenty of space on the device.
If you need the torrent client which functionality is limited to downloading torrents, Vuze is definitely not for you. There are a lot of additional features here: it is both a BitTorrent client and media player, RSS reader and the file manager. The app is written in Java and, therefore, works well on Windows, Linux, and Mac. When you install it, it may add a couple of adware applications, so be careful. But immediately after starting it analyzes your Internet connection speed and selects the optimal data transfer rate. The automatic analysis is a very interesting solution, because the speed limit is the first setting which is tweaked by the user after installing any torrent client. However, if there were some problems during the speed channel testing, you can easily change the limit in the setting window. One of the most interesting features of Vuze — support for various devices. The program supports the wireless transfer of downloaded content on iPhone, iPad, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PSP, TiVo, and so on. It is enough just to drag the file to the device icon in the client’s interface.Vuze automatically determines whether the device can play the file, and if not, converts it to the necessary format. Like all modern torrent clients, Vuze has the browser remote control feature. Mobile devices remote control is also available. Vuze supports almost all popular technologies that are now used for BitTorrent network. So, if there is only one seeder, you can use super-seeding, which in some cases allows to speed up the data transfer. In addition, the client works with web seeding, supports UPnP / NAT-PMP, DHT, and magnet links. The program also includes a meta search tool.
One can discover many free online services for simple videos creating. But those who are used to edit movies in a multi-track video editor, may find these sites functionality not enough. However, online editors with a full timeline also exist. WeVideo is one of them. This online video editor supports multiple tracks and displays the applied effects in real-time. One can add to the video clip tracks from the online library, which is limited to the 50 items in the free version? Includes about 400 items in the paid one. The available effects are very diverse — there are frames, static frames of the same color, animation countdown among them. Although the amount filters in the library are limited, there is a tool for image stabilization among them. You can apply effects to a single clip, or to all clips in the project. In addition, WeVideo can record video from webcam and sound. The resulting file is immediately placed in the current project. One of the highlights of the service — collaboration feature. The users can work on the project together. Each user can make the project available to the other people, and then users can upload their videos, make changes to this movie, and save their version of it. The free service provides 10 GB for video storage and allows to create videos up to 5 minutes long with up to 720p resolution. Projects can be exported to YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook, saved on your computer. In a paid account these restrictions are removed — you can export video in HD.
Tuesday 26 April 2011
If you're looking to not only organize your media library, but make it extremely accessible to all your devices, I think you'll really like what QVIVO has to offer. I really like the look of QVIVO. From what I’ve seen, they’ve done some nice work. I especially like the layout and overall look of the app, as well as how it sorts your content. The social features make it interesting for me.More about QVIVO
Tuesday 14 August 2012
While it may not sound like an attractive download, due to the sad reputation of its bigger brother RealPlayer for desktops, RealPlayer for Android is a solid media manager for your mobile device. It plays back your media with no problems, offers most of the basic photo, video, and audio conveniences you need, and has a dead-simple interface.More about RealTimes
Wednesday 31 December 1969
If you want a more feature-rich client, one that lets you transcode files and control your torrents remotely, the Editors' Choice award winning Vuze is the one to choose.More about Vuze
Wednesday 05 June 2013
Overall, we found WeVideo to be a capable video editing program, with responsive edits and a simple to navigate, fairly self-intuitive interface. Although waiting on uploads to complete can take a while, you can at least begin working while all that takes place in the background.More about WeVideo
Wednesday 07 December 2011
WeVideo has a solid interface and is the closest I've seen to a desktop video editor. Still, if you're a serious producer looking to replace your desktop editor, WeVideo isn't it. On the other hand, for simple projects that you need to access from multiple computers, or that need to incorporate content from multiple sources, WeVideo is worth a look.More about WeVideo
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