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Old April 22nd, 2008, 07:38 AM   #31
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Stunning stuff! Great watching it on my 24-inch Dell 2408 monitor!

Ted. My suggestion is that you start a NEW THREAD about this HD video hosting site (you can always link in this Vimeo/Veoh thread in your post if you want.)

That way you can give it a good title and it'll get a lot more "visibility" for people on this forum (who are quite likely to be good providers of great HD video for it in the weeks and months ahead) rather than being buried at around posts 28-30 in a thread about Vimeo.

I could do it.... but since you brought this info to DVInfo it's best you do!
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Old April 23rd, 2008, 12:51 AM   #32
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Stunning stuff! Great watching it on my 24-inch Dell 2408 monitor!

Ted. My suggestion is that you start a NEW THREAD about this HD video hosting site (you can always link in this Vimeo/Veoh thread in your post if you want.)

That way you can give it a good title and it'll get a lot more "visibility" for people on this forum (who are quite likely to be good providers of great HD video for it in the weeks and months ahead) rather than being buried at around posts 28-30 in a thread about Vimeo.

I could do it.... but since you brought this info to DVInfo it's best you do!
Andy, please feel free to start a new thread announcing the DivX hosting site. You know your way around this forum and quite possibly some of the participants much better than I, so I won't be offended in any way. (I'm still wet behind the ears here with just a couple of posts). I'll jump in periodically if and when I have something to offer.

Re HostMedia:

I realize streaming is slow, which will likely be a common complaint, but that's because HM doesn't yet have adequate funds to incorporate high performance streaming servers. However, it appears they have a plan for an improved hosting service once funds become available.

I am currently waiting for them to unveil their new professional template which is expected within the next few weeks.

I cannot vouch for the future of HostMedia, but for folk who enjoy watching their productions in non compromised high definition, I feel at this time they host the best quality I've found since the closure of Stage6 (IMO).
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Old April 23rd, 2008, 03:05 AM   #33
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New Hostmedia.us thread started

Done!

http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/showthrea...781#post865781
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Old June 8th, 2008, 09:42 PM   #34
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Andy, It appears the thread you you created has been either moved to another category or removed completely. On a search of 'Hostmedia', this is the only thread listed. Maybe admin can advise.
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Old June 9th, 2008, 05:21 AM   #35
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Admin - Any Ideas?

You're right Ted. I've just searched for all posts started by me around that time (about 22nd to 23rd April) when I created this the thread outlining Hostmedia and sure enough..... its gone!?!?!?

Admin, let us know what happened.

Ted, maybe you should post a new thread about Hostmedia?
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