Nice work.  One of the students in Heather's class had a last name of Mitchell.  I had to stifle a chuckle.

On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 5:03 PM, Cameron Hummels <> wrote:
Great work, Matt!  Thanks for taking everyone through the sometimes confusing steps of getting started developing!  Oh, and I really like the title slide!

I personally like the look of vimeo, as it appears more professional, and we already have a lot of content there.  For now, my vote is to  just upload to vimeo, but if the situation with youtube changes, we can always switch down the road.


On 9/27/11 4:21 PM, Sam Skillman wrote:
I like vimeo, especially since we have a bunch of yt videos up there now.  I'll also note that G+ allows you to upload movies there directly and it makes it available right away in multiple resolutions (up to 720p i think).  I just tested a video upload and I think a public post would be added to your public Picasa albums. Not that we should necessarily post there, but there's nothing wrong with posting multiple places.

two cents,

On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 1:49 PM, Matthew Turk < <>> wrote:

   On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 3:45 PM, Stephen Skory <
   <>> wrote:
   > Cameron & Matt,
   >> What are your thoughts?
   > Does YouTube limit free HD uploads like Vimeo does? If not, that's a
   > good reason to go with YouTube.

   I think that YouTube has unlimited upload, but limits the time you can
   have in each video.

   One major downside to YouTube is that from what I can tell, creating
   groups/channels/etc is pretty cumbersome compared to Vimeo.  I may be
   wrong, though, so someone else should feel free to correct me on this.


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