Upload Video Automatically

http://live.pirillo.com/ – Uploading to multiple video networks is a royal pain in the ass – YouTube, Blip.tv, Metacafe, Revver: they all have their own interface for uploading videos. Since we don’t have unlimited bandwidth and an infinite amount of time, it can take a good portion of the day to post all of our videos to all of the networks we upload to.

Zoomrix recommended Video Post Robot, which purportedly uploads to multiple networks. Unfortunately it isn’t free. At almost $200 it takes a rather large investment to upload to multiple networks.

It looks like Video Post Robot is a bad idea, as community member advil0 points out:

The current owner just recently bought that domain and product, the previous owner, Chris Jonstan, made this program, at the time, my friend bought it, it had a different site format, but since the current owner bought it, it has become a spam site, please, do not buy it. My friend bought it when it was a good product, the program does work, they just spam you.

It’s not spyware: when you buy it, they give you it, it works, but they spam your email address with a whole crap ton of spam, viruses, adaware, etc.

So, it looks like our endless hunt for one unified uploader drags on.

Do you have a turnkey solution for uploading videos to multiple websites?

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11 thoughts on “Upload Video Automatically”

  1. Hi Chris

    I believe that the comment made by advil0 is a mistake. Video Post Robot is a software developed from scratch (3 different programmers) and I am the sole owner of it. I didn’t bought the source code from anybody and I can prove that with my money transactions that I paid to the programmers. You can remote to my desktop and I show you all the records if you want.

    I hold utmost honesty and integrity when doing business and I was surprised reading this post. For the records, I also didn’t know any Chris Johnstan but I don’t mind making more friends.

    I’m not in the business of scamming and a good example is that I’m doing a promotional discount at the moment but 5 orders did not put the coupon code and paid in full ($100 extra each). Without even being asked, I return half the payment so that they did not pay more than what they should (since they bought during the promo period). I could choose to just keep the extra money but I didn’t. I can show my Paypal records to back it up.

    I have strict privacy policy and I don’t spam. Period.

    All emails are confirmed opt-in and unsubscribe link are sent with each email.

    I don’t send any viruses, malware, trojan or any bad stuff. As a matter of fact, I help friends in office to clean up their PCs when they got infected with nasty stuff after they visited you-know-what-kind-of-sites.

    All purchases are backed by no-question asked 30-days guarantee period. Refund are entertained in less than 24 hours (usually instantly if I’m online).

    As for the Video Post Robot exe, I scan it with Trend Micro to make sure it’s safe. But don’t take my word on it, I sent you an email on how you can get a review copy so that you can verify it yourself.

    So I appreciate if you can contact me and let’s get the truth out, shall we?

    Yuzairy
    The original, the one and sole owner of Video Post Robot

  2. Hi Chris

    I believe that the comment made by advil0 is a mistake. Video Post Robot is a software developed from scratch (3 different programmers) and I am the sole owner of it. I didn’t bought the source code from anybody and I can prove that with my money transactions that I paid to the programmers. You can remote to my desktop and I show you all the records if you want.

    I hold utmost honesty and integrity when doing business and I was surprised reading this post. For the records, I also didn’t know any Chris Johnstan but I don’t mind making more friends.

    I’m not in the business of scamming and a good example is that I’m doing a promotional discount at the moment but 5 orders did not put the coupon code and paid in full ($100 extra each). Without even being asked, I return half the payment so that they did not pay more than what they should (since they bought during the promo period). I could choose to just keep the extra money but I didn’t. I can show my Paypal records to back it up.

    I have strict privacy policy and I don’t spam. Period.

    All emails are confirmed opt-in and unsubscribe link are sent with each email.

    I don’t send any viruses, malware, trojan or any bad stuff. As a matter of fact, I help friends in office to clean up their PCs when they got infected with nasty stuff after they visited you-know-what-kind-of-sites.

    All purchases are backed by no-question asked 30-days guarantee period. Refund are entertained in less than 24 hours (usually instantly if I’m online).

    As for the Video Post Robot exe, I scan it with Trend Micro to make sure it’s safe. But don’t take my word on it, I sent you an email on how you can get a review copy so that you can verify it yourself.

    So I appreciate if you can contact me and let’s get the truth out, shall we?

    Yuzairy
    The original, the one and sole owner of Video Post Robot

  3. Hey Pirillo,

    How about responding to the poor guy’s post. You slammed his product and he gave a thorough reply. It’s been over two months – don’t you look at your own blog??

  4. great job chris, has anyone else tries this, is it true you get spammed

    i have been trying to find something like this for a while

  5. Try tubmogul. It does alot of the major video aggregators free. You can’t submit to hundreds of places but hey, it’s free and it’s better than manual uploads everywhere. Plus they have free analytics too which is pretty cool.

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