Are there software that lets you upload videos to video hosting sites?

Video sites it should support:

  • YouTube
  • Google Video
  • Megavideo
  • ...

Features it should support:

  • Scheduling upload
  • Queuing of videos to spare bandwidth
  • Upload to multiple sites
  • ...
  • Browsers can't use maximum capasities of upload speed of connection, because of this softwares can upload faster than browser. So, i need this software, too :)
    – Eray
    Apr 2, 2011 at 14:47
  • @Eray Alakese: The upload bandwidth is the limit, not the browser. It is normally much lower than for download.
    – harrymc
    Apr 3, 2011 at 8:09
  • Pennf0lio edited question after bounty :S
    – Eray
    Apr 3, 2011 at 19:38

2 Answers 2


Many tools, mostly commercial are listed in :

Digital Distribution Made Easy
Upload Videos To Multiple Video Sharing Sites

The ones which are maybe (still) free from the first link are :

  1. FireUploader:( aka Universal Uploader) is an add-on for Firefox that lets you upload multiple files to your favorite websites, among them is YouTube.

  2. HeySpread: tracking, an API, and they also have the ability to export and syndicate videos that you have already posted up on Youtube.

  3. Shozu: allows you to upload photos and videos to sites like Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, Google Picasa, Faces, Buzznet, Kodak EasyShare Gallery, Webshots, Moblog.uk, Dada.net, Pikeo, Faces.com, blip.tv and Cellfish. Shozu also supports personal blogging sites like Google Blogger, LiveJournal, TypePad, Vox, WordPress, Windows Live Spaces and citizen journalism sites like CNN and BBC. You can also send photos and videos to online storage service Box.net as well to any email address or FTP site.

  4. TrafficGeyser: does more than broadcast video to 35 video-sharing sites, Its a comprehensive service that offers slidecasting, bonus royalty-free music packs, toll-free numbers to record podcasts or testimonials, video-to-audio conversion, broadcasting to podcast directories and social bookmarking sites. Free trial with subscription @ $97/month.

  5. TubeMogul: Free with optional Premium option that offers improved metrics, extra features and more.


Well, there is this: http://lifehacker.com/#!5568817/five-really-handy-google-command-line-tricks

Not a scheduler on its own, nor is it compatible with anything but google's services. However, you can easily create a batch file or bash script to to upload as many videos at a time as you wish, as well as scheduling the batch/bash file itself within Windows' Task Scheduler or linux's cron.

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