From P2P Foundation
Jump to navigation Jump to search

= a site and software for videoblogging, which " allows users to aggregate video blog content and watch and/or download it to a device."



Comment from TechCrunch:

"Their website service that is totally awesome.

The FireAnt site is now a full videoblogging directory that allows users to tag and rate videoblogs, subscribe to feeds and queue them up for watching or downloading. You can also watch any videoblog directly on the website in its original file format (this last point is important).

The website and clients fully syncronize, so any videoblogs added or removed from your que on the site will automatically sync up with the client (users may use the website at work, and have the client installed at home along with their PSP, video iPod or other device).

The result is an extremely versatile, file-type-agnostic videoblogging ecosystem. A tool like this was needed to allow videoblogging to expand to more users.

FireAnt works closely with other videoblogging services like Mefeedia (a directory and aggregator) and (a service which, among other things, provides a great platform for videobloggers to host their content) to ensure that they are all launching compatible platform and application services." (