June 4, 2010 in iAnnouncements (F)
[prMac.com] Oakland, CA - VideoUpLink for iPhone has been submitted to Apple for approval for the App Store, and is available now on an ad hoc basis by submitting your device ID to the application's web site. VideoUpLink lets you distribute the video you shoot with your iPhone 3GS in different ways. Attach one or more videos to an email and send it. Upload to any FTP site with passive or active transfer, with an email of URLs and locations.
Upload over WiFi to desktop or laptop Mac running VideoUpLink for Mac OS 10.5, or upload to your Facebook and MySpace pages. The existing Facebook for iPhone app, and others, only allow one video upload at a time. MySpace currently has no video support. GPS location is added to each posting. VideoUpLink has an innovative selection feature using an online shopping cart motif - choose one video at time, then add or remove from the list based on a generated preview image or displayed file size.
VideoUpLink maintains a run log of activities. The run log is updated after every upload attempt, and provides error or success notification. This means that you can start an upload from your phone, do other things, then check back and see how the upload went. The log is persistent, storing information about sessions between uses of the application. Tap Clear to reset the log. The bottom toolbar is always present, tap Log at any time, any where in the application to view it. Context sensitive help is also available from the toolbar. Tap the "i" button at the lower right of each screen to bring up help specific to the section of the application you are in.
VideoUpLink does not force you to register for another service to unleash its functionality. Install it and start using it right away with your existing destination accounts.
VideoUpLink is (c) Mark S. Morris 2010. Facebook(R) is a registered trademark of Facebook Inc. Finder, iPhoto, Mac, and Mac OS X(R) are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. MySpace ID is a trademark of MySpace Inc. All other trademarks used herein property of their respective owners. Mark Morris is an independent software developer located in the Jack London Square area of Oakland, California.