Best And Free Video Hosting Services

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Video hosting websites are playing big role to entertain the people in internet world. When we think this kind of entertainment, we can see only one name “YouTube”. Definitely YouTube is a great entertainer in all over the world but unfortunately it is blocked in some countries that’s why those country citizens can’t entertain themselves with YouTube. Remember, YouTube is not only lonely best and free video hosting service. There are many good and best websites.

1. BREAK

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Even though BREAK is pretty specialized towards humor and the male demographic, it still offers an incredible selection of videos that will keep you happy for hours, no matter your gender. The viewer interface is also one of the most comprehensive and easiest to use of any video sharing site we used.

BREAK has many good options for you such as search box, advanced search, search by category, video ratings, comments, screenshot previews, video timings and RSS feeds. It gives you the video creation tools, video description, public sharing and private sharing. You can upload upto 60MB each video. It supports AVI, MOV, WMV and MPG format files. You can set content policies, Tags and viewer warnings. It can help with Email and FAQs.

Now I am going to discuss disadvantages of BREAK. It doesn’t allow you to create your own playlist. It doesn’t support ASF and Flash format files. It doesn’t allow you to flag viewers. It can’t help you with tutorials and user forums.

 

 

2. metacafe

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Metacafe may not be as well-known as YouTube, but it has a considerable global community. The video library is large and thorough, and doesn’t suffer from all the duplicates and TV recordings that litter many other video share sites. Metacafe gives you the feeling of a clean, thought-out and organized way to get the videos you like most.

metacafe trying to give you the maximum options such as search box, advanced search, search by cateogy, video ratings, comments, screenshot previews, video timings and RSS feeds. You can enjoy video creation tools, video description, public sharing and private sharing. metacafe supports almost all kinds of formats. You can set you policies, add tags, viewer flags and viewer warnings. You can found metacafe on Email, Tutorials, FAQs and user forum for support.

metacafe doesn’t allow you to create your own playlist.

 

 

3. Google Videos

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When you’re looking for a particular video clip, Google Video should be the first place you check out. It has a clean interface that has become a trademark of Google and you don’t have to sift through rubbish to find what you’re looking for.

As you know google is a big giant on internet world. You will found it everywhere on internet. Although it has his own video blog “YouTube” but seperately it is also giving more opportunities to entertain yourself. Google video allows you to enjoy with search box, advanced search, search by ctegory, video ratings, comments, screenshot preview, video time and RSS feeds. You can create your own playlist. It also entertain you with video creation tools, video description, public sharing and private sharing. It supports almost all kinds of file formats. You can set content policies, tags viewer flags. Google supports their users with Email, Tutorials, FAQs and User forum.

It doesn’t allows you to create viewers warnings.

 

 

4. Dailymotion

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Overall, Dailymotion is a very entertaining video share site, and not just because of the scantily clad Danes. However, it doesn’t offer a lot of features for amateur video producers.

Dailymotion allows you to enjoy with search box, search by category, video ratings, comments, screenshot previews, video timings and RSS feeds. You can create your own playlist. It also facilitate you with video description, public sharing and private sharing. You can also upload video upto 150MB each video. Daily motion supports AVI, WMV, MPG and Flash format files. You can also define content policies, tags and viewers flags. Dailymotion stands for your support with email and FAQs.

It doesn’t give you the facility of advance search. It also don’t like to facilitate you with video creation tools. Dailymotion doesn’t support the ASF and MOV file formats. You can’t set viewer warnings. Dailymotion doesn’t support his user with tutorials and user forum.

 

 

5. REVVER

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Revver is a decent video share website, but it definitely has its share of issues.  However, we would recommend it for the positives we could find, such as it’s an easy to navigate website that sometimes offers you money to send in your videos.

Revver facilitate you with search box, search by category, video ratings, comments, screenshot previews, video timings and RSS feeds. You can create your own playlist. It also please you with video creation tools, video description and public sharing. You can upload video upto 100MB each. Revver supports AVI, ASF, MOV, WMV and MPG. You can set content policies and tags. Revver helps you in any query at email, FAQs and user forum.

Revver doesn’t gives you the facility of advance search. It doesn’t support flash format files. You can’t set viewers flags and viewers warnings. It doesn’t support you with tutorials.

 

 

6. vidiLife

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vidiLife is an entertaining website with videos, photographs and more. It allows you to share some of your life with others and check out what other people are doing with their lives.

vidiLife gives you ease with search box, advance search, video ratings, comments, screenshot previews, video timings and RSS feeds. You can share your video content publicaly and privately. vidiLife supports AVI, ASF, MOV, WMV and MPG. You can set content policies, tags, viewers flags and viewer warnings. It helps you on email, FAQs and user forum.

You can’t take search by category in vidiLife and there is no option to create your own playlist. It doesn’t have video creation tools and video description place. It doesn’t support flash format files. It doesn’t support with turotials.

 

 

7. Vimeo

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The Vimeo community is pretty tightly knit, partially because Vimeo isn’t nearly as large as YouTube. There are all the common user features that allow you to browse, rate and comment on videos, and Vimeo users actively use those features.

Vimeo has options of search box, advanced search, search by category, video ratings, comments, screenshot previews and video timings. You can create your own playlist here. You can add description of your video. You can also share your video publicaly and privately. You can upload file upto 500MB each. It supports almost all kind of formats. You can set content policies, tags and viewer warnings. Vimeo has good customer service that can help you on email, tutorials, FAQs and user forum.

Vimeo has some disadvantages such as it doesn’t give you the RSS feeds. It also don’t have video creation tools. You can’t set out the viewers flags.

 

 

8. Yahoo! Videos

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Frankly, Yahoo! Video isn’t a place for regular people to post their videos, it’s just one giant commercial. Add to this the fact that the viewing pane feels cluttered and isn’t the easiest to use, and it’s easy to see why Yahoo! Video didn’t make it higher in the review. It’s a cool site with lots of content, but it either doesn’t have what you are looking for or gets upstaged by the top 5 video share websites in this review.

Yahoo has a good facilities like search box, search by category, video ratings, comments, screenshots, video timings and RSS feeds. You can create your own playlist here. You can also add video description and share it publicaly. Yahoo supports AVI, ASF, MOV, WMV and MPG. You can set content policies and tags. Yahoo can help you on email, tutorials and FAQs.

It doesn’t have advanced search option. It also doesn’t have video creation tools. You can’t share your video privately. It doesn’t support flash format files. You can’t set viewers flags and viewers warnings. Yahoo doesn’t have user forum to support user.

 

 

Comparison Chart:

 

BREAK

metacafe

Google Video

Dailymotion

REVVER

vidiLife

Vimeo

Yahoo! Video

Audience Features

Search Box

 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Advanced Search

Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No

Search by Category

Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes

User submitted video rating

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Comments

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Screenshot Preview

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Time

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

RSS feeds

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No  Yes

Create Video Playlist

No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes

Producer Features

Video creation tools

Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No

Add description

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes

Public share

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 

Private share

Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No

Max file size

60MB N/A N/A 150MB 100MB N/A 500MB 150MB

Accepted Formats

AVI

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

ASF

No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes

MOV

Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes

WMV

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

MPG

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Flash

No Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No

Content Related Features

Description of video

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Content Policy

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Tag Words

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Viewer Flags

No Yes Yes Yes No Yes   No

Viewer Warnings

Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes No

Help / Support

Email

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Tutorials

No Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes

Knowledge Base

Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes

FAQs

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

User Forum

No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No 

 

 Hope you will enjoy these video hosting services :).

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