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Vimeo Buys Livestream & Launches Live Video Streaming

September 27, 2017

Big news for Vimeo – a grand new expansion into live video streaming courtesy of LiveStream’s technology. This means you will have a new option for live streaming your events, including plans to make it easy for you to rent, purchase, or subscribe to your live events. Find out more in the following article: From Read More

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Vimeo rolls out support for 360 degree VR video

March 10, 2017

Vimeo is now joining competitors Facebook and YouTube by adding support for VR. Sarah Perez gives details on Vimeo’s support on 360 degree video. “Vimeo has always been committed to preserving and delivering the highest quality video and our move into 360 expands our premium video technology solution to 360 filmmakers,” said Sara Poorsattar, Vimeo’s Read More

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Adobe Launches Vimeo Premiere Pro CC Panel

March 3, 2017

Adobe launches Vimeo Pro CC Panel which will allow for a faster upload process and review pages for PRO and Business members. Cinema5D reports on the introduction here! Click here to watch the video on Vimeo Waiting for a sequence to encode, then uploading it to Vimeo and waiting for conversion is a pain, especially Read More

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A Simple Explanation of Bitrates for Video Editors

June 24, 2015

This is a must read article for video editors. Ryan does a great job of expalining bitrates and their impact on video quality. He goes into both In-Camera bitrates and export bitrates for YouTube, Vimeo, DVD, Blu-Ray & Digital delivery. He also does a nice job going into Contstant vs Variable Bitrates (CBR vs VBR). Read More

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Live From Sundance 2014 – Adapting To The Web & YouTube On Main Street

January 27, 2014

HDVideoPro by Neil Matsumoto Although video sharing sites like YouTube and Vimeo have chopped the heads off of a number of film festivals in recent years, it’s interesting to see how YouTube and Sundance have collaborated in recent years. Sundance is not stupid. In order to survive, they knew they would need to adapt to Read More

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Kylee Wall: Why I Switched From Vimeo to ScreenLight For Collaboration on Post

March 29, 2013

Screenlight by Kylee Wall I shouldn’t have to wait 6 hours to upload and share a trailer cut with a director. That’s what I said to myself at 2AM, while I was waiting for Vimeo to process my file. I wanted to pass my editor’s cut to Josh before I went to bed because his Read More

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11 things I love about VimeoPro

November 28, 2012

TecnoTur on PVC by Allan Tépper I am surprised how many video professionals I meet who aren’t aware of Vimeo Pro, the US$199/year service. In case it wasn’t completely clear in the title, I really love the US$199/year Vimeo Pro to distribute video for the web, mobile devices, and even for Internet connected HDTV sets. Read More

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Why Short-Form Video Is The Future Of Marketing

July 25, 2012

FastCompany by Kerrin Sheldon If you have used the Internet in the past three years, chances are you have watched an online video. Video is everywhere. Our friends post funny cat videos on our timeline. Our coworkers pass along inspirational messages about success. Our favorite brands showcase their products in inventive ways. Nearly every site Read More

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HD Video Pro takes a look at the new Vimeo PRO

August 3, 2011

HD Video Pro by Neil Matsumoto Vimeo releases Vimeo PRO, a new video service designed for small businesses. As you probably know, online video has grown leaps and bounds in the past several years. Recent studies have shown that video will take up nearly half of all Internet traffic by the end of next year. Read More

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