Vimeo is finally giving users the ability to stream their content directly to the Vimeo cloud.
The company announced today that it will soon be introducing its cloud video platform to users of the Viscosity video app.
This will let users take full advantage of Vimeo’s cloud video capabilities by streaming their content to their devices, regardless of their location.
“Our goal is to deliver the best content to our users while ensuring they are connected to the world’s most creative content creators, with the ability for them to share, stream and share videos with their friends, family and loved ones on all devices,” Viscosos CEO Adam Seaman said in a statement.
“This is an important first step in our vision to create the best and most user-friendly media platform for content creators on the web.”
The company said it will be launching an app on Vimeo in the next few weeks that will allow users to easily access their content.
The news comes on the heels of Viscoos acquisition of the popular YouTube app, Vimeo Video, earlier this month.
The acquisition allowed ViscoSays the ability, alongside Vimeo, to offer users the full Vimeo video catalog.
Viscouss move to the Cloud is not a major step for the company, however.
The move means it can now also stream videos to Vimeo on the desktop.
In addition to the video streaming, Viscoms platform also offers a host of other features, including editing tools and a video editor.
In order to stream video to Viscostudy, users will need to have the Viskos Vimeo app installed on their device.
It’s not clear when the new platform will launch, but the Viacos app has been available since 2013.
The Viscots app is also available on iOS and Android, and is the same app used by Viscoscreens video editor, vimeo video, and vimeo music.
Vimeo will be one of the first companies to be available in the cloud.
We will be sharing more information on the Vislos Viscose video platform as soon as it becomes available.
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