Introducing Brid.tv - A Free Cloud-based Video Platform and HTML 5 Player
Brid Video LLC announces their entry into the online video market with a free cloud-based HTML 5 player and video management solution.
Belgrade(24 Mar 2014)
Brid Video LLC, a technology company made up of industry veterans in the field of online video, announces the launch of a new free enterprise-level online video platform and HTML5 video player.
Over one year in the making, Brid Video LLC has developed Brid.tv (http://www.brid.tv), an enterprise-level video solution offering video management, analytics (powered by Google Analytics), full support for Google IMA SDK HTML5 and Ad Rules, Flash fallback for the player, responsive embed code design, and a very unique way of customizing and skinning video players. We are also proud to announce a revolutionary new plug-in, VEEPS™, which allows peer-to-peer video conferencing and chat for users while they watch videos together, as well as sharing of video content across our entire network of sites and players.
The robust HTML5 player has support for social sharing, social events tracking, schema.org, mobile devices, YouTube Chromeless, all major video ad formats (VAST/VPAID IAB-compliant), and more. Notable features coming soon include automated video sitemap generation for publishers, WP plug-in, and real-time analytics (powered by Google).
More on VEEPS™: This revolutionary new tech allows users to chat and videoconference while they watch videos together, while requiring no major infrastructure to power it. The tech is light and uses client-based as well as peer-to-peer communication to run.
VEEPS™ supports advanced options like engaging in multi-person videoconferences in the public chat, starting up private chats, as well as the ability to chat with and add new Facebook friends.
Finally, VEEPS™ allows sharing of video links across the same player posted on a number of different websites and we are soon adding support and the ability for players across our network to communicate with each other via proprietary short-code video links.
You can find out more, download the white paper, as well as demo the player on our website: http://www.brid.tv