Mix up your photos with Mixercast
Posted by Dresonic on April 21, 2007
Mixercast is a web based application currently in alpha that allows you to take video, photos, and sound off of your computer or websites like YouTube and Flickr and create embeddable players to display them.
Creating your Mizercast is done much like creating a DVD in iDVD. You upload images into the designer and then drag and drop them where you want them to be in your MIxercast. There are tons of pre-made templates to choose from with places built-in for your media to be added. For advanced users theres a deisgner option taht gives you a little more control over your Mixercast deisgn than you get with a typical template.
The site will currently allow you to upload off of your computer, download pictures from a stock photo site, and record a video with your webcam, as well as upload video from from YouTube, MySpace, and Flickr with support for others like Facebook, Shutterfly, and eBay on the way.
Once you’re done creating your Mixercast you can email it to friends, post it directly to your MySpace Blogger or Meebo page, or take the embed code and embed it on your own webpage. If you have a lot of images to share this is a fun and easy way to do it.
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