Screencast video hosting services compared

Posted by: Scott Cates WebLog, on 22 Nov 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Running the Visual Studio Tips and Tricks video blog, I have a lot of screen casts to share. In order to do this, I need to host the videos somewhere. When you think video, first you think of YouTube, at least I do. But there are other options, that are also free, or close to free, and Im trying them all (or as many as I can). Because the Video Tips/Tricks are pretty bandwidth heavy, Im looking for low cost video hosting options. Maybe there are others, but Ive narrowed my hosting choices down to...

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