[fr] Quand j'ai des vidéos à mettre en ligne, c'est toujours la même prise de tête. Quel service utiliser? YouTube, Viddler, DailyMotion, Facebook, Google Video...? Tous? Qu'est-ce que vous faites, vous?
Earlier this month at [BlogTalk 2008 in Cork](http://2008.blogtalk.net/), I ended up taking a bunch of videos of the talks there, as there was no official video-taking. [Rob Cawte](http://web2.0japan.com/blog/), who happened to be sitting just behind me on the first day, also took a whole bunch — check out his [WebCamp on Social Network Portability and BlogTalk2008 Cork Video Index](http://web2.0japan.com/blog/index.cfm/2008/3/14/WebCamp-on-Social-Network-Portability-and-BlogTalk2008-Video-Index).
I’ve finally got around to encoding, stitching together, and uploading (not in that order) almost all the videos I made. And as always, aside from the oh-my-god-what-format-do-I-export-in headache I’m starting to get used to, I find myself wondering where to upload. [YouTube](http://youtube.com/user/steph)? [DailyMotion](http://dailymotion.com/steph)? [Viddler](http://viddler.com/steph/videos)? [Google Video](http://video.google.com/), even though I don’t seem to be able to get upload to work? [Facebook](http://vupload.facebook.com/video/?id=503315010)? Serve them myself from my own server?
After going through a DailyMotion phase, I’ve now mainly switched to Viddler, because I like the way it allows you to make notes or place tags on any frame of the video. You can also link to any particular moment in the video. But unfortunately, I’m aware that placing a video on YouTube, for example, would ensure that it’s seen more.
How do you deal with this? While we wait for [the service which will upload your videos everywhere](http://twitter.com/realitygrenade/statuses/774250611), what do we do?
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- DailyMotion et vos droits [en] (2006)
- DailyMotion Problems Solved: View Robert's Video Now [en] (2006)
- Fiddling With Video: Lightroom, YouTube, and iMovie [en] (2013)
- Flickr: Open Up Tagging Your Photos to the Community, Please [en] (2007)
- Vidéo: nécessité d'une formation blogs [en] (2006)
- November 2007 Recap [en] (2007)