Here is some info on the Vimeo video-sharing
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (extract)
Vimeo is a video-sharing website on which users can upload, share, and view videos. It was founded by Zach Klein and Jake Lodwick in November 2004. The name Vimeo was created by co-founder Jake Lodwick and is a play on the word video, inserting the word “me” as a reference to the site’s exclusive dedication to user-made video, and is also an anagram of “movie.”
Vimeo does not allow commercial videos, gaming videos, pornography, or anything not created by the user to be hosted on the site.
As of March 2010[update], Vimeo has over 3 million members and an average of more than 16,000 new videos uploaded daily. Roughly 10% of uploads are in HD.
The community of Vimeo is large and filled with indie filmmakers and tons of people with a passion for film. The Vimeo community has adopted the name Vimeans, meaning a member of the Vimeo community, usually one who is active and engaged with fellow users on a regular basis.
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