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Old 08-19-2010, 02:10 PM
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Easiest way to send a video to someone

Due to file attachment size limits and spam filters, it is very difficult to send a private video to someone. I know I can place a video on YouTube and send people the link, but then anyone can view it and it loses all privacy. I've been looking at the video email services, and want one that is truly free to use. Tokbox, mailVU, and Eyejot all seem OK with their pros and cons. Does anyone have any experience with them and can provide a recommendation? Please note I'm only looking for a completely free video email so no recommendations for TalkFusion or one of the those other paid services please. Thanks.
 
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You realize you can set your YouTube videos to private now, correct?
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Thanks Cricket - I didn't know YouTube could be private. However it makes me a little leery uploading a private video to them. Hard to trust Google and Facebook to really keep my stuff private.
 
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The only 100% sure way to keep a video private is to not upload it, but the privacy setting on YouTube seem fine to me.
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Thanks Cricket - I didn't know YouTube could be private. However it makes me a little leery uploading a private video to them. Hard to trust Google and Facebook to really keep my stuff private.
Your thinking is logical from one part but let me ask you this question: which of the many online services has the most to loose? Google would destroy itself if they dont keep things really private. And yeah Im aware of the incidents with Streetview but those are nothing compared with no privacy on the net by Google.

I use a lot of Google services. And I dont like it but due the lack of no better/easier products I dont see why I wouldnt use it.

And on the internet is no real privacy..
 
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Use Gmail, upload video to rapidshare, hotfile etc etc. There are tons of solutions for that problem..
 
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