VideoUpLink 1.5 for Mac adds Facebook product page video uploading

July 26, 2012 in Multimedia (E)

[] Oakland, California - VideoUpLink for Mac has been improved and upgraded to version 1.5, running on Mac OS 10.5 and above, with functionality improvements designed for professional use and convenience features designed for all.

* Uploading to personal Facebook pages is now free and unlimited
* VideoUpLink lists all Facebook pages in a drop down menu for which the user is an administrator
* Progress bars for monitoring file uploads have been improved
* Persistent login and desktop startup features add to ease of regular usage
* VideoUpLink uses native Unix subsystems for improved speed and walk-away reliability of uploading

VideoUpLink features a large table for dropping movies onto. The size of the application window has been optimized for easy access on a busy desktop full of open folders. Users can drag movies from iPhoto, Media Browser or the Finder. Each movie's title and description can be edited within the table before uploading. These titles and descriptions will then appear on the Facebook page after the video finishes uploading.

When you log in, uploads will be directed to your personal page URL. For convenience, VideoUpLink features persistent login, so you do not have to sign in each time you use the application. You can log out manually at any time. No friend information is requested when you install or use the application.

With Pages enabled, after clicking the new "Load Pages" button, a popup menu displays a list of all the brand, business or organization Facebook pages for which the user has a Content Creator role. When a page is selected, an short URL to the page will be generated and displayed next to the page name, confirming the page selection. The page ID and full URL will be also be displayed. After uploading, simply click the "Clear" button to return to personal use.

During upload, the progress bar of each video is clearly displayed and updated. The total number of videos uploaded updates as each video finishes. The video file itself is copied to a cache file before uploading, protecting the original asset and further improving upload reliability.

Pricing and Availability:
VideoUpLink is free for unlimited personal use. Pages uploading is available with a $9.99 (USD) in app purchase.

VideoUpLink is (C) Mark S. Morris 2012. 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.


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