President and CEO,
The Clipstream® Video Cloud service will enable any non-technical corporate user to easily create videos that play on devices ranging from TV's, tablets and mobile smart phones, to computers and e-book readers. In the past, corporations had the choice of using complicated transcoding and content delivery network services to reach an audience that spanned devices, using an advertising-supported video sharing service, or just restricting video playback to computers and leaving an empty “black rectangle” for viewers trying to access videos on other types of devices.
“ We are excited to begin marketing our new Clipstream® Video Cloud Service during this pre-launch phase. This will be the first in a series of offerings that will use our Clipstream® technology and represents our first steps into a large multi-billion dollar market opportunity,” said Destiny Chief Executive Officer,
The Clipstream® Video Cloud service will be sold on an automated basis via the www.clipstream.com internet website. Publishers will use free cloud uploader software to drag and drop videos in a wide variety of formats including Flash, Quicktime, WMV, MPEG, and others into the cloud. In return, users will receive a link that can be embedded into websites, forums, emails, etc. Even though the video content appears to be part of the web page, it is actually streamed from Destiny's cloud rather than the web server displaying the web page. Users of the service will purchase a monthly package, similar to a cell phone plan, where they provide their credit card and are charged monthly. Packages include a number of transfer minutes and usage above that is billed as overage.
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