Sharing Your Wedding Videos Online

Sadly, Wedding Season is drawing to an end on the Sugar Network. From learning how to make a wedding site to what to look for in a wedding videographer and sharing your photos, I've hopefully provided you with a breadth of geeky tips and info to help you make your wedding and honeymoon as memorable as possible. Last but not least, I'm sure you are eager to get all your video footage from the big day and honeymoon up online for friends and family to see. Keep reading to learn what sites will help you host your videos online without any costs.

  • YouTube: YouTube is a great site to upload videos because it's free and you can tag and comment on videos. Personally, I love it because it has extensive privacy options so you can keep your videos private and prevent them from being copied. You can assign people to a friends or family contact list, or create additional ones. Then whenever you upload videos, you can decide which list you want to make it available to. The only downfall is the ten minute limit on uploaded clips. But then again, you could do the videos in segments by doing part one, part two, etc.
  • Jumpcut: Jumpcut is fun because you can actually edit your videos online. Jumpcut's online editor is very easy and lets you add and arrange content in your video by dragging and dropping thumbnails, by selecting the best parts of your video clips, changing the duration of your images, add music or sound effects, choose transitions, add titles, cool effects etc. Just like YouTube, you can select who you want to see your videos.

    Other sites with similar features include: ifilm, clipshack and LiveVideo.

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