AVS Video Uploader
If you are looking for AVS Video Uploader, you have come to the right place. We explain what AVS Video Uploader is and point you to the official download.
What is AVS Video Uploader?
The AVS Video Uploader is a component of the AVS4You suite of multimedia processing applications by Online Media Technologies. The Video Uploader is concerned with the uploading of videos to video-sharing sites like YouTube, Facebook, and Dailymotion, without having to use their web-based interface to upload your video file.
AVS4You includes the following, but are not limited to, applications: AVS Video Remaker for video editing, AVS DVD Copy for burning, ripping and restoration of video CDs and DVDs, AVS Video Recorder to transfer your videos from old VHS cartridges, webcams and miniDV tapes to the high-definition digital age, the AVS Media Player that plays a variety of audio and video formats even ones like QuickTime, 3GP and MP4, and the AVS Video Converter that easily converts to and from nearly all known video formats even up to HD precision and quality with the additional capability to upload directly to the web.
AVS4You has a groundbreaking way to purchase digital products and software online. You need only to buy one of them and the others will be free, and can be downloaded to your account without charge. This means that you can use all the AVS4You software with the same serial number, with no hidden charges and additional hassle, and no limitation.
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About file types supported by AVS Video Uploader
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Last updated: : March 8, 2012