Preserving color space, frame rate, etc are of higher importance to anyone other than editors and the most-technical of DPs. Being able to contact someone to resolve issues is so critical to the film industry that even IMDb has added an option. The fact that Vimeo doesn’t have the same level of content match might play into it too, if you want to show off a clip from the episode of Modern Family where you had two lines you don’t want ABC to pull it. I never could figure out why vimeo even existed as everyone uses youtube.
Discover amazing videos from the world’s best creators, and upload your own—all on your phone and tablet—with Vimeo for Android. I found another way to download a video with blob url in Vimeo . A blob is already an indicator that content has already been downloaded, so there’s no need to download again.
& NYT isn’t exactly known to be a source of evangelical propaganda/zeal. The banks reversed course after a huge shitstorm that included a number of high-profile influencers… In my experience Vimeo is the place where you go to post creative-minded drivel without every viewer pointing out that it’s drivel and then calling you an ethnic slur. Vimeo simply doesn’t have a good reputation. I would think that most of the clients who are fine with paying those kinds of costs are themselves businesses/entrepreneurs. So any http server capable of delivering the bandwidth and a element?
SoundCloud is doing the same thing and that is why they’ve lost most of their relevance to creators. More notice would have been helpful, but again this isn’t some radical new slip. None of these platforms are too big to fail. We need to stop forgetting about these warnings. “Unlimited bandwidth ” and if you then hover over the question mark, you can see more hidden text describing the 99 percentile blurb.
Not a satisfying answer I am guessing since it leaves out any hint of the how. Unfortunately necessary while we took care of protecting the intellectual property we created. Good news is that it looks like we will be able to share more in the near future. I have no idea how you guys would hamline university dorms be even breaking even, at $59/mo plus $1 for every 1k views over 50k. I don’t know what your bandwidth arrangements are, and I suspect you are not at liberty to explain them. But Vimeo is almost certainly larger than you, so they almost certainly have better bandwidth deals than you.
Bad idea to ask creators, better idea to ask advertisers, as it still costs the creators because someone has to make the bandwidth payments , but then advertisers know better what their costs should be. Since the demand from the video comes from Patreon, you can host anywhere. I put technical videos on Hardlimit, to illustrate bug reports and progress reports. So far, still up, despite numbers like 37 views. The fees have, to date, been on a flat schedule, ranging from $100-$600/yr for various weekly upload limits.