Sunday, November 19, 2006

indie features gets a video sharing site

I know there's been talk about indie features having a centralized place to view our work, so earlier tonight I setup a ning video sharing site.

Ning is a cool service that's all about enabling community. The site will take vids from Google, youTube and most other vid hosts that allow you to embed the vid somewhere else. What's cool is it will also take
mov, .mpg, .avi, .3gp and .wmv formats. AND you can upload vid from your phone to the page if you ever want to provide some "on location" coverage.

Placing vid on the site requires a simple registration and then you can add vids etc. Plus it's ad free!

Just click on "Add Videos" and then you'll be asked to register.
Then you can upload or embed your trailers, epk's, docs etc.

Lastly, I'm working on a free DIY resource called the Workbook Project that will launch later this year. I'm working on a DIY project lisiting section . If you'd like to have your project added please send the following to

1. project title
2. links to sites (official site, blogs, social networking sites etc.)
3. trailer link
4. synopsis
5. two photos that are less than 300k in size



The Sujewa said...

Awesome! Thanks Lance. I will add some video to it next week.

- Sujewa

Blake Calhoun said...

Great idea. Thanks for setting that up...