Video Sharing Script. Help!

We're trying to provide an internal video sharing site for our employees. Something where training videos can be recorded, then uploaded to, and ultimately watched or downloaded on any device.

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Re-post without spam link

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kaltura - New! by gwv2 - 5/29/11 2:59 AM
In Reply to: Video Sharing Script. Help! by ramonkind99

I've had good experience with Kaltura, though it might be a bit more work than you want.

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Kaltura looks good.

Thanks. they look very good actually. I thought they might be too much as well but their mediashare product looks to be exactly what we are looking for. Plus, I wouldn't be doing the actual work, that'll be someone else, I was just tasked to find a reliable product. If Kaltura doesn't work out do you have any other suggestions?

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Try free or custom Video Sharing Script

I suggest you to try free video sharing script available on web first but as per your custom expectation you need to try customized video sharing script provider web development company like NCrypted.

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