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Vimeo announces partnership with Dropbox for easy uploading

Vimeo announces partnership with Dropbox for easy uploading

Today Vimeo announced that it has teamed up with Dropbox to bring its users a new way of uploading videos. Seeing an opportunity since so many Dropbox users use the service to back up and save their videos, Vimeo now lets you upload directly from Dropbox, cutting out a step or two between saving the finished product and getting it uploaded to the Web. Even better is that feature is available now, so there won't be any waiting for some far-off launch date.

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Pinterest social platform now supports Vimeo video

Pinterest social platform now supports Vimeo video

Millions of people have been "pinning" things like crazy on Pinterest, the social media platform that has managed to go from zero to hero - or, more precisely, from obscurity to the third most popular social website - in just a matter of months. Now, there's a whole new slate of stuff that people can post to the massive virtual bulletin board: videos from Vimeo.com, one of the best known YouTube rivals.

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Vimeo redesign boosts playback size, speed & privacy

Vimeo redesign boosts playback size, speed & privacy

Online video site Vimeo has revamped its site, with a full redesign that boosts clip size, streamlines navigation, adds to privacy options and ensures streaming content loads quicker. The site - which has found favor among digital creatives for its support for high-quality source files - now allots twice the width for videos, but also makes discovering new clips more straightforward thanks to a pull-down discovery bar and a "Related Videos" recommendation engine.

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Meet the chip that wants to make your smartphone an SLR

Meet the chip that wants to make your smartphone an SLR

Mobile chips don't necessarily need to get faster, they just need to get smarter, at least that's what video processing specialist Movidius believes, and it's launching a highly-focused vision processor, Myriad 2, to prove it. The follow-up to the original Myriad 1 co-processor - found inside Google's Project Tango 3D-scanning tablet - Myriad 2 promises a 20x boost in performance at computational photography, such as real-time mapping, 360-degree panoramic video, and more, all with the eventual goal of making the cameras we carry as clever as human vision. I caught up with Movidius CEO Remi El-Ouazzane to find out why you might want Myriad 2 inside your next smartphone or wearable.

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