Partnership to make it easy for users to set up their own new video hosting community in just a few steps; even on a shared hosting account.
VidiScript, today announced that it has partnered with AptHost to setup a video hosting solution that will have the option to get advanced video hosting right out of the box. It states that the process is made possible due to AptHost's pre-configured server requirements, including the installation of FFmpeg.
This new arrangement will result in a faster deployment of video sharing communities and should make it easier for everyone to take advantage of the edge cutting technology, adds the company.
The company avers that its new hosting options from AptHost provide users with FFmpeg hosting options to enable the easy conversion, creation and streaming of video files. Thanks to FFmpeg video hosting, streaming videos in many different formats is made easy, and hence setting up an active video community is much easier.
It adds that as the popularity of user-generated content continues to grow, this new partnership will give entrepreneurs the opportunity to compete on the same level as billion dollar companies like YouTube and MySpace.
"The partnership benefits Vidiscript users because AptHost provides hosting services with all the server requirements needed to properly run a video hosting site." said Joe Messina, CEO of VidiScript. "Many hosts do not allow video sharing communities to run with FFmpeg in a shared hosting environment because of excessive resource usage.
AptHost provides hosting services which are geared toward hosting these types of websites with backend server tweaks and software configured to support the needs of any and all video sharing technology." Messina adds.
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