Simplify Your Brand Promotions With This Video Marketing Software

Over the past few years, video marketing has become more crucial for small businesses. It’s an innovative marketing solution that can improve SEO, capture web visitors’ attention longer, and can increase conversions by as much as 80 percent. Not to mention, video is more naturally shareable than other forms of web content. Whether you’re just starting out and want to scale fast or you’re looking for a new way to drum up interest in your product or service, Video Jaguar makes it easy to get into video marketing.

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Video Jaguar is one of the most cost-effective solutions on the market for creating promotional video content. With this platform, you can create stunning marketing videos in as little as five minutes and automatically distribute them to 11 top social media platforms, including TikTok, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo, LinkedIn, Reddit, Medium, Pinterest, and Dailymotion.


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Video Jaguar gives you

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Demand Analysis with upcoming trends of Video Streaming Software Market

Pune, New York, USA, November 27 2020 (Wiredrelease) Research Dive :The technological era has twisted the entire panorama of online videos. Livevideos are ruling the internetspace, and users are watching more content over the internet than ever before.

Live video streamingis a wonderful invention of technology for businesses who wish to portray their business through attention grabbing live videos or individuals for personal use and branding. Recently, it has been observed that various businesses are turning to live streaming content for making better connections with their potential customers.

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What Is Video Streaming Software?

A camera generates a raw video signal which needs to be encoded, so that it can be broadcasted over the internet. The video streaming software performs the encoding of your live video stream. Once the video gets encoded by the video streaming software, it delivers the

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Watch Former CIA Chief of Disguise Breaks Down Cold War Spy Gadgets | Wired Video | CNE |

[intense music]

Surveillance in Moscow

was the most difficult kind of surveillance

that we encountered around the world.

We didn’t have Paris rules or Buenos Aires rules.

There were no other rules except Moscow rules

because it was such a difficult place for us to work.

Hi, I’m Jonna Mendez,

I’m the former chief of disguise for the CIA.

Today I’m going to talk about some of the CIA’s gadgets

that we used during the Cold War.

I worked for the Office of Technical Service at the CIA.

We used to always think of it as CIA’s Q.

We were the gadget people.

Everything that we did in Moscow

had to be done clandestinely.

You couldn’t overtly go out and collect intelligence.

We all had surveillance 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

It didn’t matter where you were.

If you were in your apartment,

which would be in

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Is Online Video Streaming Killing the Internet — and the Environment?

What comes to mind when the topic of “online video consumption” gets brought up? Do you immediately think of streaming platforms such as YouTube and Vimeo? Do you think of the ever-popular social networks, such as Tik Tok, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc? Perhaps you think of those Netflix/Hulu/HBO Now marathons? Then again, it’s not all fun like watching live gameplay on Twitch — many of us only have time for serious usage of online video. In these post-pandemic days, you might only have the bandwidth for online classes, online conferences/events, and maybe a dash of online fitness. 

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I’m sure you’re catching my drift. It’s pointless to say we need to tone it down because online video consumption has become a part of life. But video services providers must step up and consider sustainable ways to deliver while meeting the demands of their consumers. 


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Trump Shares Video Claiming Voter Fraud Featuring ‘Cyber Analyst’ Who Was Admin of QAnon-Linked Website

A video tweeted by President Donald Trump on Wednesday, which contained a series of unsubstantiated allegations of voting fraud, featured a man who is suspected of being closely intertwined with the “QAnon” conspiracy.

In a post to his 88.9 million followers, the president pitched the clip as evidence that the November 3 election was rigged in favor of Democrat Joe Biden.

Since losing to Biden, Trump has latched onto the idea that voting machines owned by a company called Dominion may have been hacked, manipulated or tampered with to alter ballots, despite there being no evidence to suggest the claim is accurate.

The video was a news segment published on Monday by One America News Network OANN, a pro-Trump outlet. It was centered around an interview with a “cyber analyst” who suggested there were security vulnerabilities in Dominion systems.

The man, who was described as a “large

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Create Polished Video Chat Backgrounds With This Powerful Software on Cheddar

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Barely a year ago, video conferencing was done once in a blue moon, but it’s become one of our primary methods for communicating. As such, you should create an environment that exudes a sense of professionalism within your video calls. We have some pointers that can help, but we understand that not everyone can control the environment they conference in.

For example, your home office may have poor lighting or a messy background that you’d rather not show your colleagues. You might also have roommates or family who will appear in your video calls uninvited. If you need a powerful tool to spruce up your backgrounds, XSplit VCam can help, and right now lifetime subscriptions are just $19.99.

XSplit VCam is an easy-to-use app that

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Leading Up to World AIDS Day, Black AIDS Institute Launches New Website with a Video Interview Featuring Celebrity Tina Knowles-Lawson

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Black AIDS Institute (BAI), the nation’s only think and do tank committed to ending HIV in Black America, has launched its new website in advance of the December 1 annual observance of World AIDS Day. BAI’s new site aims to educate and mobilize Black Americans, allies, and institutions about the intertwined community burden of HIV and racial justice. Timed with the site launch, BAI also inaugurated Black Voices Matter, a video conversation series that amplifies Black influencers with varied perspectives and platforms to take HIV awareness into spaces where it has previously not been well-understood. Black Voices Matter‘s inaugural conversation, with much-loved celebrity and entrepreneur, Mrs. Tina Knowles-Lawson, can be viewed on the new website.

“Like many of us, Mrs. Tina has lost a loved one to HIV/AIDS at a time when life-saving prevention and treatment

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Computer scientists launch counteroffensive against video game cheaters


IMAGE: Dr. Latifur Khan, professor of computer science in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science
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Credit: The University of Texas at Dallas

University of Texas at Dallas computer scientists have devised a new weapon against video game players who cheat.

The researchers developed their approach for detecting cheaters using the popular first-person shooter game Counter-Strike. But the mechanism can work for any massively multiplayer online (MMO) game that sends data traffic to a central server.

Their research was published online Aug. 3 in IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing.

Counter-Strike is a series of games in which players work in teams to counter terrorists by securing plant locations, defusing bombs and rescuing hostages. Players can earn in-game currency to buy more powerful weapons, which is a key to success. Various software cheats for the game are available online.

“Sometimes when you’re playing against

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Lucky Ali singing O Sanam in new viral video is a blast of nostalgia. Internet agrees

Lucky Ali holding a guitar: Lucky Ali sings O Sanam in viral video

Lucky Ali sings O Sanam in viral video

It will be an understatement to say that our childhood has been shaped by the melodic and soulful voice of Lucky Ali. The depth and charm of his voice has truly been a gift. Ali established himself as one of the country’s most beloved Indie-pop artists through his iconic numbers like O Sanam and Teri Yaadein. After that he made his Bollywood debut with Kaho Na Pyaar Hai’s soulful number, Na Tum Jaano Na Hum.


So, in case it has been a rough week for you, this video of Lucky Ali that has been going viral will warm your soul. Recently, during a live session, the singer and songwriter enthralled his fans with an unplugged version of his most-beloved song O Sanam. The video was shot and initially shared by photographer Saad Khan.

A fan

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Elephant puts trunk inside truck for banana treat. Viral video divides Internet

a close up of a boy: Screenshot from video posted on Twitter by Parveen Kaswan.

Screenshot from video posted on Twitter by Parveen Kaswan.

A video of an elephant has become the subject of discussion on the internet after Indian Forest Service officer Parveen Kaswan posted the clip on Twitter on November 11. The short clip has gone viral on social media with almost two lakh views.


In the video that Kaswan shared, a truck driver stopped his vehicle as he spotted an elephant on the highway. Thereafter, the elephant walked towards the truck as the driver helped the animal to put his trunk inside through the window and eat the food items kept in the vehicle.

One of the associates of the truck driver also helped the elephant to eat some bananas kept along with the food items in the truck.

The elephant, then, pulled his trunk outside the truck with a bunch of bananas.

“Daylight robbery

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