Okay, look, I'm with John Gruber on this one: you companies abusing punctuation, please just stop . I'm talking to you , Hey!Watch. First off, you've got an exclamation point in there, and second of all, you're totally missing spaces. When the English sentences become one long word in roughly 2025, I'll be blaming you. Whocouldreadasentencelikethisanwyay? It's annoying .
That said, your service is still pretty cool. Upload a video to the site and you can convert it into pretty much any format you like (DiVX, MP4, TiVo, DVD, WMV, Flash, etc.) for any device you like (iPod, Zune, PSP, DS, Wii, etc.). Pretty snazzy, and they're adding more all the time. Another handy feature is that they put all of your converted videos into an XML feed, so you can subscribe with iTunes and have it automatically download the videos when they're done. I'm not sure whether it takes longer to upload, wait for the convert, and download it then to just run the conversion yourself, but I suppose it depends on your hardware and net connection. The free plan is pretty good, but for $5/month you can add more monthly encoding sessions, longer videos, and more features.
Just get rid of the wacky name, okay?
[via Lifehacker ]