Monday, August 2, 2010

Blip.TV Test Video


So I uploaded my latest video to as a test because I've been considering an alternative to YouTube. YouTube's got the popularity, but gives me more options as a content creator and the streaming video quality is better. The file I uploaded to blip just seems sharper for some reason. Anyhow, if you guys can help me out by letting me know what you think I'd appreciate it.


  1. The video quality actually looked a little worse to me, and it started with a commercial, and YouTube usually only inserts commercials on high-traffic videos. Either way, however, looks like a fun event. Tell Miles he still owes me money if you see him again, though.

  2. 30 second ads? No thanks. The video quality is not an improvement. You might want to try Vimeo. To be honest, Facebook provides very good quality uploads because the video file does not suffer from as much compression as it would on YouTube.