Archive for the ‘VideoUpLink’ Category
Press “Media Browser” at any time to open the iLife Media Browser. Media Browser is launched in to Movies mode as a separate process to improve overall stability, so you can continue using VideoUpLink and the Finder seamlessly. This incremental release can also open the Facebook page listing all videos for a user or product. The list of videos opened changes to whatever product page you have selected at the time. Pressing Clear at any time will return you to user page video posting, ending the administrator session.
VideoUpLink 1.5.0 lets you upload multiple videos to any Facebook page. The free trial supports uploading to your personal Facebook page. I’ve switched to eSellerate for desktop app licensing, so purchasing is easy and embedded. When you click ‘Load Pages’ to use the fan page manager for the first time, it will open the in-app purchase store, activate the app and email you the receipt.
I’ve removed PhotoUpLink and VideoUpLink from the web site download area temporarily. Quicktime, the Facebook API, and Cocoa API’s have all changed radically and are causing customers to experience failures which understandably lead me to refund their money. To avoid any more of these situations, I’ve shut down the links for now until I can resolve this issues. I’ll be sending out a press release when PhotoUpLink and VideoUpLink have been refreshed, the next versions have some exciting new features. Thank you for your continued support and patience.
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