Fly me to the Space Station

Fly me to the Moon! Or to the International Space Station to be more exact.

What a week it has been at latakoo.

We can’t tell you how proud we are to have helped the Science Channel deliver video from the SpaceX launch. Producer Lindsey Foster describes her experience with latakoo in the attached video. Thanks to Lindsey and the Science Channel for sharing this historic moment with latakoo.

While we’re on the topic of new technology – we’ve got a lot of upgrades headed your way, including this new look for our notification emails. It’s available to all customers and allows you to share videos without requiring someone else to log into the service. Just click and play.

And next week, we’ll be upgrading our share video fast app. Install the new one and you’ll receive the following benefits:

  • We’ve revamped the video app interface so that it’s much easier to set quality and video network settings on each video you upload.
  • Uploads and downloads are more resilient.
  • We’ve provided support for optional corporate branding.
  • We now support transcoding on download to Apple ProRes, HDV / M2T, DVCPro 50 / MXF and FLV.
  • We’ve also incorporated countless other fixes and performance enhancements that improve the latakoo experience for everyone.

Thanks again for your support of latakoo. If you haven’t signed up yet and need a small account – you can sign up here. If you need a corporate account, please contact me directly.

Words by Paul Adrian; Video edited by Steve Kline; SpaceX launch video provided courtesy of Science Channel

 

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