PrintIt! and Video

Posted by on Mar 3, 2006 in Uncategorized | 9 Comments

The Photobucket team has been hard at work to bring you more new stuff! There is now a “PrintIt!” button in your album so you can create your very own posters, photobooks, mini photobooks. There will be more great MakeIt! items added soon so continue to check back.

Photobucket is proud to announce video uploading and linking functionality for our premium users. Click on the “Video” tab in the upload panel and start hosting and linking your videos today!

Finally, we have added a page to showcase some of our top partners. Click Here to check out the page and explore new ways to use your Photobucket pictures.

Your Photobucket Team

9 Comments

  1. dhelcar
    May 11, 2006

    i was nterested to use a photobucket to my friendster design because there is a printit! that can create my own poster.i’m excited to make my own poster now!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. na1
    March 28, 2006

    First of all, THANK YOU! The video upload feature is a wonderful idea.
    Now that we do have this feature…How do we use it? The “embed” code is new to me. Do we just copy and paste it onto our site (Livejournal, Xanga, Mysace etc.) and it will play or is it more a link feature where our readers can “right click and save” to download our video?
    Thank you.
    na1

  3. bwebb
    March 19, 2006

    I have been trying to set up an account but I keep getting the last thing on the page that has nunbers & letters over & over. What am I doing wrong? My daughter-in-law is trying to send me picturs & I can’t get into this.

  4. bporg
    March 13, 2006

    Hi,
    I appreciate the new features but one huge disappointment for me is that you are converting the original video files to such low quality flash files, for example the synching between audio and video is horrendous. I, like you, for bandwidth issues convert all my mpegs to flv’s but by compromising between file size and quality, I am able to convert 20MB files to 4 MB and still keep the video and audio in sync for things like movie trailers this is essential otherwise they’re really not watchable. You won’t let me upload my flv’s even though they are small file sizes I have nothing over 10Mb or 3 minutes – you insist I upload larger files so you can create a lower quality finished product with you logo on it. I have a premium account, I will pay a little more or accept a file size limit on the video’s in exchange for you providing a video hosting service of some value but what you are offering is too poor quality to be of any value whatsoever and asks that I use up my precious data limits with my isp so that I can upload files larger than my flv’s – just so you can convert them into really poor quality flv’s with your logo on… no offence but how could I ever see that as advantageous. I will stick with you guys for photos on the whole I think you do a good job – but this video thing no offense but it’s a bit of a joke. You need to make it clearer on the site that you are going to convert the original format to a really poor quality flv file – you are going to get a lot of pissed people otherwise. Sorry.

  5. LockeLaton
    March 10, 2006

    Hi!
    The new video feature is really really good! I didnt expect to have videos in my photos album although I wanted to.
    But I dont know what is the problem when I upload my .3gp videos => there’s no sound!!! why? can you investigate that? That would be nice!
    Thanks in advance!
    Locke

  6. okkitakun
    March 6, 2006

    is there a problem with linking?

  7. xinh
    March 4, 2006

    I love the new video feature. I’ve had video stuff that I’ve wanted to put on my blog but haven’t had a place to host my videos!! Whee!!!

  8. hel
    March 4, 2006

    awesome!

  9. Anonymous
    March 4, 2006

    why can the videos only be 60 seconds long?