Saturday, October 20, 2007

Is the best video upload service?

To upload my video to this blog, I tried three video service: Youtube, Google Video and PeeVee.
  • YouTube is the most famous video service, but its quality is not good.
  • Google video is a little better than YouTube, but this service may be stopped because Google has YouTube.
  • It seems that PeeVee is good, but this service is in Japan. So you may not see a video without lag. And, Japanese language in Flash may make you sad.

Google Video



xoops said...

hi, am from Poland, Europe, peevee works fine for me. all I need is play/pause button, so I dont need to know japanish.

minahito said...

Thank you for your comment.

I heard "DixX Stage6" as another service. It seems high quality. I'll try it after.

Nuno Luciano said...

Wow. I feel like i'm missing some nice features of Halo 3.
How did you made that video?
Well, I'm back to the game.
See you later ^^

minahito said...

Halo3 records player's log as "theater". That's history and 10 records. If you want to overwrite a record, you can save it by 'X' button.

This video was made by the following:

1. Game Play :)
2. Stop Game
3. Connect XBOX to my harddisk recorder
4. Start Theater and Start Record

If you have capture system in your PC, you may connect XBOX to your PC directly.

Even if you don't record log to a video, Halo3 Theater Mode is interesting enough.

Darkside said...

One service you overlooked is Windows Skydrive (aka, MSN video, AKA MSN Soapbox)
I know it's a windows service but it's quiet hot these days and the quality is fantasatic.

minahito said...

Thanks you, Drakside.

Because I knew the quality of SOAPBOX, I tried to use Soapbox, but that beta service is NOT available from Japan.

Also it seems that skydrive beta is not available from Japan.


Nuno Luciano said...

Thanks for the tip. I'll give it a try!