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DotSUB is a new WEB 0.2 solution for delivering viral content on different languages. Users may contribute their translation for a video, style wikipedia, with user friendly subtitling tools. You may contribute a translation and even raise some revenues. You may also upload your video to DotSub, which is acting as a video sharing site in a way, and somebody else may contribute subtitling for it. So you can get a subtitled version of your video and embed it to your site or blog then.
Certainly, this is just the very beginning of the viral interpreting and there is more solutions to come in the future.
Read the full article here and take a look at the tables which analyze data from known video sharing sites.
Let me disagree with that rating, on a personal level, of cause.
I would rate it:
For a best video circulation technology – your video has a chance to be seen, comparing to other sharing sites, where your work would drow in the ocean of other stuff. Moreover, you have a chance to earn some money for something you did. Clear and comfortable uploading. Well done fluent video player. File storage limit of 100M is a disadvantage, thought most of the content is pretty short, which makes it enough.
For its young, creative and free spirit community. Key word is “community” – you are not alone there in your wonderings. Vimeo’s interface is also pretty nice and intuitive – young and fresh.
For its classic nature.
But it’s just me. You are welcome to share you opinion on the 3 best video sharing sites from your point of view.
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