Once I publish on Videopath, where can I share my videos?
After you publish your video on Videopath, the published video is stored in your library. You can then share your video through social media sites, embed your video (lightbox or inline embed), or send it in an email. Share your video using the share button on your video in the library or on the publish screen for each individual project. Find your share settings for each individual video project in your Library, by hovering over your individual project and selecting the “Share” button.
Can I publish my interactive videopath project onto Youtube?
Videopath interactivity will not appear on Youtube. However, you can import a YouTube video into the Videopath builder tool and publish this to your site or blog.
Can I import videos directly from YouTube, Vimeo, and other video-sharing sites into the videopath builder?
Yes, Videopath supports video imports from YouTube and Vimeo. We also offer the ability to import video from Wistia and Brightcove. If you would like to import from a different source, contact us directly at email@example.com and we will find out.
I'm interested in uploading a video from my computer. Which video formats does Videopath support?
If you are interested in using Videopath to host your videos, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can help with pricing and monthly bandwidth estimates.
Videopath supports most popular video formats, including the following formats: mp4, 3gp, avi, flv, and mpeg-2.
I'm uploading a video from my computer. Is there a file size limit?
We are not currently limiting file size, however videos uploaded from your desktop must be 10 minutes or less. Videos imported from other platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, Wistia, Brightcove or another 3rd party can be of any length.
What kind of web content does your builder support?
After you’ve loaded your video into the videopath builder, you can add a layer of content -, an “overlay,” – over your video. We support the following content in our overlays: text, image, full websites, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, as well as additional video and sound content (we currently support media from YouTube, Vimeo, and Soundcloud).
Can I play Videopath videos on mobile and/or tablet?
Videopath videos can be played on the iPad, iPhone and Android mobile devices. Videopath videos will play on the iPhone but require a hosting plan with Videopath (pricing varies by bandwidth, contact us for rates).
How is Videopath different from video-sharing sites like YouTube and Vimeo?
Unlike YouTube and Vimeo, Videopath is not a social video site. Videopath is a interactive video editing tool; you can add interactive content to your video and customize the appearance of your video player. Once you publish your video on Videopath, you use your own network to share and embed the video.
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