OurMedia.org

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Marcos Ortega's picture

I've just discovered this "youtube-like" site

http://www.ourmedia.org/

"dedicated to spreading grassroots creativity". It's still a bit green on its browsing capabilities, but looks promisiing :)

Marcos Ortega's picture
OurMedia.org

I've just discovered this "youtube-like" site

http://www.ourmedia.org/

"dedicated to spreading grassroots creativity". It's still a bit green on its browsing capabilities, but looks promisiing :)

Drew Burgess's picture
OurMedia.org

Seems Like a good site, it works in conjunction with archive.org and there does not seem to be any restrictions on size, + offers a much greater variety of encoding options than most similar sites.
Found the registration process a bit confusing, but that is probably just me.
Will post some work later, and comment further, but it does indeed seem a like a very nice site for sharing work.
Thanks M for pointing it out. ;D

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