Many professional film makers use Vimeo as their main platform for showcasing their finished films. Vimeo, an anagram of video and me, was founded in 2004 and is based in New York. Three years after its inception, this video platform was the first to implement HD support, ahead of YouTube, Facebook and other platforms.
Today, almost 0.11% of international Internet bandwidth is used by Vimeo. 4K playback is also supported, since 2016.
Vimeo – the perfect interplay between films and producers
Vimeo works particularly well because of the constructive feedback users can receive from its active online community. The advertisement-free format and different content types also entice content creators.
Around 170 million users log in daily to Vimeo. Although that’s fewer than, for instance, Youtube (which has more than 1 billion users), videos on Vimeo have greater quality standards.
What we really like is the updating feature, which lets you swap out videos in real time without any changes to the number of views or the link. It’s really practical.
Vimeo export in Movie Edit Pro
Tons of professional-level users swear by Vimeo. That’s why we’re excited about the expanded Export wizards, which make it easier than ever to share videos with a motivated and enthusiastic community.
To upload your finished videos, simply click on the “Share” tab and select a community. You also have the option here to select the resolution for your video. It’s also possible to apply privacy settings at this point. Then just sit back and relax and let Movie Edit Pro do the rest.
In a short while, your video will be online on the page you’ve specified. Have fun sharing your videos!
Lights, camera, action! The new Movie Edit Pro
The latest version of Movie Edit Pro stands out with its simple and intuitive features and is designed for use by both amateur film makers and creatives with professional demands. Want to try out MAGIX video editing software for yourself? The new version of Movie Edit Pro is now available online.