This story and headline initially misspelled the name of digital-video tech company Jilion.
The company is talking with Dailymotion owner Orange to see whether they could enter into a deal.
The video-sharing Web site plans to integrate Jilion's SublimeVideo player technology into its own platform.
The company's plan to acquire a majority stake in the video site are reportedly dead in the water due to the French government's objections, Reuters reports.
French minister didn't want a U.S. company taking a controlling stake in the video-sharing site, according to published reports.
Yahoo is in talks with France Telecom, which owns Dailymotion, to buy as much as 75 percent of the site, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Dailymotion users looking to create video slideshows out of photos and their music can now make pretty snazzy-looking ones with a built-in tool from Stupeflix.
The app offers a nice step up from viewing the site in Safari alone, and even lets iPhone 3GS owners record and send their videos to the service.
Dailymotion brings video content to iPhone
Got some HD video you want to share? Check out Dailymotion, which now has HD video.