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DivX Stage6 gets beta release

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 06 Apr 2007 16:44

DivX Stage6 gets beta release DivX, Inc. has moved its DivX Stage6 video sharing service into beta. The service competes directly with YouTube and similar video sharing services, and even has some advantages up its sleeve. The platform lets anyone upload, download, view, share and experience everything from short clips captured on mobile phones all the way up to full-length, high-definition feature films.
It offers more freedom with quality to the content creators than YouTube. Every video available on Stage6 is compatible with over 70 million consumer electronics devices from every major manufacturer, making it easy to play back Stage6 videos on your television or portable device. Since it was launched as an experimental alpha in August 2006, the site has picked up many new users.

The company claims that its service now offers more accurate video browsing and tools for users to stay up to date with their favorite channels, content and users. A "Now" page also shows the current activity on the service.

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