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Vimeo’s certainly made its presence felt inside multiple media-delivery mezzanines, but the video service isn’t forgetting all about the essentials: its own platform. As such, Vimeo today revealed some even more changes to its site, which will see the introduction of a content rating system for released videos. The most recent alterations, as seen in the photo above, add an evaluated score badge to a user’s video, making it a requirement to brand any uploads as “All Audiences,” “Mature,” or “Not Yet Rated.” According to Vimeo, these content ratings are “the initial step along a path that will make Vimeo more easily accessible to more audiences,” adding that in some cases it’s a a good concept to let individuals know “if a face is going to explode or if somebody is going to take their jean shorts off. “
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A host of new Xbox Live apps came online for Gold customers today, including Vimeo and AOL On. Vimeo users will have the ability to share video clips through Xbox Live and Facebook, but the brand-new application could also be preparation for the main launch of the streaming website’s pay-to-view service, readily available to all Vimeo Pro members in early 2013. AOL On additionally brings its collection of over 380,000 videos, consisting of material from HuffPost Enjoyment, Reuters, CNET, Moviefone, Home entertainment Tonight and yours genuinely. Finally, Verizon FiOS users will now see 75 channels on Xbox Live, consisting of 49 new additions such as AMC HD and NFL Network. All applications could be managed through Kinect voice and motions, though you could require even more than zombie-like reflexes to flip to the Walking Dead.
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Hello there Mango fans, is YouTube just a little too lowbrow for you? Well, fret not, Vimeo is here to stream all the HD student shorts your little Microsoft-loving heart desires. The official app doesn’t just let you browse, search and view clips on the site, though — it completely integrates with your account, allowing you to upload HD video, tweak the details of your uploads and even check stats. Basically, with this app in your pocket there’s almost no reason to visit the desktop site ever again. Of course, the prerequisite sharing features are also included, because, what good is capturing and uploading all this lovely video if you can’t tweet it out to all your friends. Check out the gallery below and hit up the source to download it for free from the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Gallery: Vimeo for Windows Phone
Formerly available in app form only on iOS, Vimeo is finally coming to Android, Kindle Fire, and Windows Phone. We dropped by the Vimeo office in New York last week to check out the company’s suite of new apps, available today. The apps feature the full Vimeo experience, so you’ll be able to like, share, and comment as you do on the web site, in addition to the usual search and video watching.
A free download that works on any device running Gingerbread or later, Vimeo’s Android offering greets you with a grid of basic options for creating, uploading, and watching video. Vimeo integrated Android’s sharing options, so you’ll be able to send video via any social networks for which you have an app installed. While the app doesn’t require a…
The WD TV Live may not have the clout of Roku or Boxee, but these little streaming boxes are a good choice for streamers and home media enthusiasts. They added Spotify to the lineup last month, which makes the box a solid replacement for your laptop or iPod when you just need a few tunes, and now they’ve announced Vimeo and Playjam access as well.
That’s really all there is to it.
You know Vimeo, no doubt, and Playjam is a games channel full of time-wasters to play while you’re waiting for your movie load up or transfer. They’ll both be installed via a firmware update for the WD TV.
I really can’t make the news last any longer than that. I’m going to use this space to say that hopping around Vimeo randomly really produces some excellent results. A ton of people I know in the creative industry have cool side projects and things there, and you can find all sorts of crazy animations, short documentaries, and insane music videos there, and the community is very supportive. It’s better than YouTube for just leaning back and browsing for interesting stuff.
Okay, that’s probably enough words that this post doesn’t look weird.