Today i got the following mail from Google Upload.
This is exactly 2 months since i added my first movie to the Google upload program.
I don’t know if this is a coincidence.. I don’t think it is… Since 14 april was also the release date of Google Upload, it could pretty much be a date on a launching calendar.
The good thing is, they probably entered a next phase.
I hope they open up video.google.com for everybody, so that I can have a good repository for my video’s and videoblogs..
We’d like to remind you that in our continued effort to respect the
rights of copyright holders and content providers, Google is only
accepting video uploads from persons who hold all necessary
rights to the uploaded material.
Both U.S. copyright law and the Google Video Terms of Service
prohibit distributing copyrighted works, unless you have the legal
right to do so. If you’re not sure whether you have the right to use
any of the content you submitted to Google Video, including any
music in the video, you can remove your uploaded video to the
product by following these instructions:
1. Log in to your account at https://upload.video.google.com.
2. Check the box next to the file name you wish to delete.
3. Click on the "Delete Videos" button at the bottom of the table.
4. Click "Delete Videos" to confirm the deletion request.
Thank you for participating in the Google Video Upload program. For
more information about intellectual property rights and the program,
please visit https://upload.video.google.com/video_faq.html.
The Google Video Team
I just found this article on ZDNet which was released yesterday, saying:
Sources said the new video search engine will be unveiled within the next two months.
Oh no, not again two months!
Hmmm, it will probably be the 14th of Augustus then…