Top Ten Video Sharing Websites
Ease of Use: 30 out of 30
File size/Storage limitations: 14 out of 30
Other Stuff: 34 out of 40
Total Score: 78 out of 100
Eyespot is also in the game of making online video sharing at least as fun as it is functional. With the ability to add music, transitions, stock video, and effects, Eyespot prompts video sharers to send up their best work, remix it, and share it far and wide.
Like its close competitor, Jumpcut, Eyespot is a bit too tough with its file size restrictions, and its distribution options could include a few more of the Internet's most popular blogging sites. One plus: Eyespot is unique in that it lets you publish directly to Blip.tv and Veoh, a nod to the fact that those sites are content not to compete with Eyespot's elaborate editing features.
Speaking of editing, that's really where eyespot shines. The site has a set of editing features – for free – that rivals a lot of pricey consumer software video editing tools.
In a few weeks, Eyespot says, it will bring its ability to take raw footage, remix it, and republish it to that vastly expanding universe of mobile camera phones out there. The bandwidth gods couldn't be happier.
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