Wednesday, January 4, 2012
YouSendIt's video sharing capabilities enable users to upload and send large video files to friends, families and even business partners through email without having to worry about bounce back or the possibility of unintended recipients viewing their files.
Through YouSendIt, users can email a range of video formats, including Windows Media files, Quicktime movies, mpeg 4 video files, Real Media files and more. Using the service's simple and intuitive interface, you can email precious memories to family and friends and presentations to colleagues.
YouSendIt users can access the service through a number of platforms and virtually any connected device, including PCs, tablets and smartphones. Additionally, YouSendIt enables you to send videos through Yahoo! Mail with Attach Large Files.
One of the main advantages of using YouSendIt to send video is the wealth of security protections offered by the service. Other file transferring services may be insecure, putting your private videos at risk of being intercepted or viewed by unauthorized parties. Password restrictions afford peace of mind that only intended recipients are able to view a video, while YouSendIt's Return Receipt feature lets a sender know immediately when a file has been downloaded.
Additionally, YouSendIt's data centers are SOC 2 Type 2 compliant, which means that any video sent meets some of the toughest security standards around.
Sometimes people have to send multiple videos simultaneously or one large video. Most online email services cannot support such transfers, but YouSendIt's services do all the heavy lifting, handling videos or folders of up to 2GB – the equivalent of three hours of standard video or 45 minutes of high-definition footage.
Videos are meant to be shared. With YouSendIt, users can do just that – ensuring that their videos make it where they need to go, when they need to get there and to whom they need to be shared.