Has it ever happened to you that you wanted to watch some video and ultimately find that the videos are only available scattered on different video hosting sites like Youtube, Metacafe and Veoh etc. Embedr helps you the effort to roam from one video site to other.’
Embedr helps you create playlists of your desired videos sourcing them from different websites and give you an embed code in the end so that you can display the playlist on your blog or website. Let me just post what Embedr says about itself
# You’ve found 3 different live performances of Michael McDonald’s Ya Mo B There, each one better than the previous. Obviously, you need this on your blog, and stat. If you embed each video separately, you’ll have Ya Mo stacked on top Ya Mo stacked on top Ya Mo, and then you’ll be left with one crappy looking page, and no one will want to B there. Old McDonald had an Embedr playlist, E-I-E-I-Awesome.
Embedr seems like a perfect solution to a problem encountered by some people. Embedr is currently available for videos hosted on YouTube, MySpace, Vimeo, Dailymotion, and Blip.Tv etc. and we can expect the support to brought to other similar sites in time to come.
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