AOL to Release YouTube Clone

AOL UnCut, currently in open beta service is powered by Video Egg (see Josh Kopelman for more). Videos of up to 5 minutes can be uploaded to the service, and they are then converted to the Flash format (same as YouTube). Like YouTube, videos are rated, commented and shareable. Also, any video may be embedded into another […]

AOL UnCut, currently in open beta service is powered by Video Egg (see Josh Kopelman for more).

Videos of up to 5 minutes can be uploaded to the service, and they are then converted to the Flash format (same as YouTube). Like YouTube, videos are rated, commented and shareable. Also, any video may be embedded into another website via a code snippet. The only significant difference between AOL Uncut and YouTube is that YouTube supports tagging, whereas UnCut doesn’t.

This is right on the heels of the launch of AIM Pages, which is directly targeting Myspace and other social networks. click to enlarge…