GoogleDocs Adds Video!
Garbed in Silver: Remembering James G. Guhlin
I've added video to GoogleDocs before, but I was pleased to read the following:
My only regret? I wish this had been available last week...one of my portable hard drives crashed with videos of my Dad. I've been afraid to look and see if I had double-backed it up to other external drives. Now, I intend to upload my videos to GoogleDocs (I have 80+gigs) for safe storage in the cloud.
Something funny in that...cloud and heaven.
Note that WebM video files are supported; I wrote about these before here. Relevant part of WebM is...
WebM, the new video format that works well with HTML5 and is free, open source and supported by lots of folks, including Google and Mozilla. More importantly, new high-res videos are being encoded to WebM by YouTube and work well with HTML5.You can convert to WebM using the free, cross-platform Miro Video Converter.
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