August 1, 2008

Veodia – High Quality Video Streaming


Broadcasting videos over the Internet can be done for fun or business. Bloggers are always creating videos about their daily life, grievances, or destinations. It’s an easy way to let others share your personal space. Major video and social networking websites have made it into mainstream media because of their popularity. Just about anyone with a decent video camera, a high-speed Internet connection, and information to share, can publish a video on the web. Despite the drastic advances in technology, most of us have been plagued by choppy videos with poor quality. Even if your digital camera has great features and resolution, the video quality is quickly lost once you’ve uploaded the video to a website.

Web services like Veodia are raising the quality of videos on the web. Instead of settling for fuzzy images with horrible sound quality, you can produce high-quality video from just your web browser. It lets you stream live video or create podcasts for others to view. Veodia’s quality is extremely clear and full of detail. You won’t have to struggle to figure out what you’re watching. After signing up for an account, your videos can be easily streamed to a compatible mobile phone, blog, or website. Not only will you gain the benefit of a clear images, but your videos will be securely archived for later access.

Practical Uses:

  • Stream the new addition to your family over the Internet for your friends and family
  • Create high-quality training and marketing videos for your business
  • Produce your own high quality podcasts to discuss your favorite hobby

Insider Tips:

  • Encourage viewers that watch your live streaming broadcasts to sign up for Veodia while a free trial is being offered
  • Embed your high quality videos within websites or blogs to increase traffic
  • Monitoring the activity of your videos can be done via the reporting or content management system
  • If users are unable to watch a live streaming show, then give them access to watch it on-demand

What We Liked:

  • Easy installation process and registration
  • Ability to stream live videos from the website
  • Amazing video and sound quality

What We Didn’t Like:

  • Although Veodia does not require you to purchase a plan when you first sign up, it doesn’t specifically tell you how much it will cost when the 500MB space has been exceeded


Company Info:

  • Launched: 2003
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: San Mateo, California
  • Founded by Mark Rock
  • Web site:


  • Free (limited to 500MB)

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