Active Voice Delivers VideoMail Direct to YouTube
Leading Unified Messaging Provider Continues to Innovate by Joining the YouTube Online Video Community
Active Voice’s VideoMail will offer users a one-click means to upload their VideoMail to their YouTube account.
Active Voice recently unveiled its cutting-edge VideoMail technology, which enables users to create and deliver video messages and screen captures via e-mail. Moreover, users are able to record and playback voice and video messages from their Outlook client. Users can also choose to create a video with a camera or record an animated screen capture, or both. The flexibility of VideoMail also enables audio files created during video capture to be accessed and played back via phone.
Active Voice’s VideoMail for YouTube will be available to individuals later this year.
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