BlueMelon – The Photo Selling Platform Offers Full Video Support

BlueMelon introduces an impressive integration of video options for all subscribers complementing its fully competitive photo sharing and photo selling platform.

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Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 06, 2014

BlueMelon (http://www.bluemelon.com), has moved far beyond the standard level of services by providing yet another complex feature - video support - marked by the distinguishable sense for detail and functionality. The subscribers are provided with the unique ability to upload 10 GB large videos in any resolution and all standard video formats combined with a powerful video player, video specific protection settings, and easily communicable pricing in the case of business users.

“Since I have found out that I will be able to upload video to my BlueMelon account, I was sure to expect a product that will be running smoothly from the very first moment. What I did not expect was to meet a product that was integrated on all levels with my existing selling settings and required only few minutes of attention until I was ready to sell my first video. It almost felt intimately familiar like if I’ve been using it for years,” writes one of long time BlueMelon users.

The video support offers unusual freedom. Despite the limitation of the embedded video player up to HDTV resolution, the original resolution is always preserved and can be downloaded or purchased depending on its owner. Sellers won’t be surprised to find the option to limit the resolution of the videos and/or allow only the first 30 seconds to play. Combined with three album pricing methods: for Photos, for Photos and Videos, and for Videos only, sellers can automatically differentiate the prices for various orders in fine increments to suit their business purposes.

Shortly after the release, Miroslav Liska, BlueMelon CEO, acknowledged: “Our first priority is always to protect the original files. We could not stand the idea to reduce the resolution of a video only because it is robust for the Internet. Our second priority was to provide the same efficiency and simplicity our users are used to. This was no package to be added, it is more like a completely new product including all the familiar features.”

Learn more about BlueMelon:
BlueMelon (http://www.bluemelon.com) is a Web 2.0 photo sharing and selling application extensively utilizing JavaScript for a flowing and seamless experience. It has been providing photo sharing services since the April of 2009. Its services have been rapidly developing with great attention to usability and customizability and are now considered top-quality of their kind. This feature-rich service is constantly gaining popularity around the world among both professional, and amateur photographers, as well as ambitious digital artists. Visit http://www.bluemelon.com for a free full-featured trial account, more information and the newest development.


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