Webshots Added Video Upload and Sharing to its Bucket

CNet’s photosharing service Webshots has added video sharing capabilities, as annonced by Amy McDonough on Webshots blog —”Roll out the red carpet because video on Webshots has arrived! Now you can upload and share videos and photos in the same album, keeping all your memories in one place.” Before you get started, check out our […]

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CNet’s photosharing service Webshots has added video sharing capabilities, as annonced by Amy McDonough on Webshots blog —”Roll out the red carpet because video on Webshots has arrived! Now you can upload and share videos and photos in the same album, keeping all your memories in one place.”

Before you get started, check out our two informative videos featuring Thom Campbell, U.S. Media Manager for Intel, our sponsor for the video launch.

How-To Share Videos shows you how to take videos and share them with your friends and family on Webshots.

Video-Sharing Tips gives you Thom’s top three tips for sharing your personal videos using Webshots.

After getting some good tips on uploading and sharing videos from Thom, you’re ready to do it yourself. Simply click on the upload tab on any Webshots page and create a new album. Be sure to tag it with key words related to your video’s subject, too.

Currently they have limited Video length to max. 5 minutes for Free users, and 10 minutes to Premium members.

Webshots Blog | Techcrunch

Webshots, Added, Video Upload, Sharing, to its Bucket

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