Editor ©RapidTVNews | 22-08-2011
Online video platform provider Movielocker has revised its old service plans and is ready to offer a wider range of opportunities to customers wanting to publish video content online.
Indeed the online video provider has added a service plan to its three existing lines, each of which allowing users to place free or donation videos and each intended to become more affordable for business partners.
Specifically, the Free package has been amended to allow up to 20 items of content and Advanced tariff, bespoken for those who want to upload more paid videos, will now allow for the uploading up to 100 videos for the token payment.
The Premium plan is specially made for video archives or small video stores and now allows users to upload up to 500 videos and the Unlimited tariff is said to have been amended in favour of users so that there are no restrictions in any tariff, no video limits, any length, any definition, any bitrate.
As well as the new tariffs, Movielocker has added the ability to place a personal logo on its video player and also the ability to customise the design of a player skin in order to make users' videos more unique. This option is available on the advanced, premium and unlimited plans.
There is also the ability to allow online video service providers to surmount local prohibitions on video playback by placing the video on an authorised website and sharing the links on social media sites such as Facebook or Twitter.