VideoUpLink 1.3 for Mac OS 10.5 adds iPhone WiFi uploading support

in Multimedia (F)

[] Oakland, CA - VideoUpLink 1.3 for Mac OS now accepts uploads over WiFi from VideoUpLink for iPhone. Anytime VideoUpLink is running on your Mac, the computer name will show as a destination on VideoUpLink for iPhone. Tapping the computer name on the iPhone screen initiates the upload. A new preference has been added to make VideoUpLink a desktop startup item, so videos can be uploaded at anytime without having to manually launch the application. VideoUpLink for iPhone is available on an ad-hoc basis pending App Store placement by sending your 3GS iPhone ID to the developer.

VideoUpLink employs Facebook Connect for a clean, single window login experience. Facebook Connect allows Facebook's millions of users to login and easily share movies with their friends using their Facebook username and password. Using Facebook Connect enables persistent sessions - return to VideoUpLink and it will check your login status, so you will not have to log in each time you open the application. After a Facebook video upload you can log out at any time.

VideoUpLink features a large table view for dropping movies onto. Users can drag movies from iPhoto, Media Browser or the Finder. Each movie can be given its own title and description within the table before uploading. These titles and descriptions will then appear on your Facebook page after the video has been processed. VideoUpLink is the first application to do this, creating the category of social network utility asset management.

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. 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.


Print this page | PDF | TXT | Read other releases by this member.