Looking for a Good Video Hosting Solution for Virtual Goods Summit Videos

Random request for all my readers out there. Very shortly I’ll be receiving several hours (6-8 hours in total) of video from the conference and will need somewhere to host it. I’ll have 6 individual blocks of video of about an hour each – any suggestions for places where I could upload the video and allow folks to view it? YouTube won’t work because they top out at 10 minutes per video.

Any and all suggestions welcome. You can either respond in the comments or send me an email directly.

  • You can upload virtually unlimited size/length of videos to Google Video, but if the video quality matters to you, Veoh, Vimeo(allows original file DL) and BrightCove(max. 100MB) does a pretty good job on that.

    Personally, I prefer hosting videos on my own site where I can have 100% control over.

    There are many sites out there that offers review for online video sharing sites, a simple Google search can bring up a mass of them.

  • Haochi

    You can upload virtually unlimited size/length of videos to Google Video, but if the video quality matters to you, Veoh, Vimeo(allows original file DL) and BrightCove(max. 100MB) does a pretty good job on that. Personally, I prefer hosting videos on my own site where I can have 100% control over. There are many sites out there that offers review for online video sharing sites, a simple Google search can bring up a mass of them.

  • Ken Berger

    http://magnify.net would be perfect.

  • Ken Berger

    http://magnify.net would be perfect.

  • I’ve been absolutely elated with Veoh so far. Think of it as Youtube HD — much higher level encoding, less restrictions, easy publisher tools.

  • Nabeel Hyatt

    I’ve been absolutely elated with Veoh so far. Think of it as Youtube HD — much higher level encoding, less restrictions, easy publisher tools.

  • Sundeep

    This is what friendput is for :). Till it’s up-to-snuff, try LinkedIn Answers….

  • You should try Veodia (http://www.veodia.com): it captures and hosts straight from your camcorder in just one step and makes it available as high quality MPEG-4/H.264 content that plays on computers, Apple TV, iPods, mobile phones, etc. Also, you don’t lose control of your content as you usually do on Google Video. Definitely the fastest way to get high quality video online.

  • Guillaume

    You should try Veodia (http://www.veodia.com): it captures and hosts straight from your camcorder in just one step and makes it available as high quality MPEG-4/H.264 content that plays on computers, Apple TV, iPods, mobile phones, etc. Also, you don’t lose control of your content as you usually do on Google Video. Definitely the fastest way to get high quality video online.