Experimenting with Vimeo


Vimeo is a video community designed for user created content. A place
to share your videos with people with similar interests.

It’s extremely easy to create an account and has a very user friendly
design. You’re allowed 500MB of upload space each week. The big
difference is that you can share the actual movie file with friends.

Movies can be shared privately to contacts or publicly or even password-protected.

Vimeo promotes the fact that they support high definition video. In
comparison with Youtube the image quality is much better (if a quality
movie is uploaded) because youtube converts uploaded video in to a
lower resolution streaming flash movie.

Is there is a place for this web-based tool in law school?

Check out this Sample Client Counseling Simulation video posted by me on Vimeo. To find it, search in the “Albany Law School” Channel.


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