Hello, could TechSmith spend the money to upgrade ScreenCast to be competitive with YouTube.com and DropBox.com ? What I mean by that is ScreenCast is a very convenient place to host videos with special things like "Table Of Contents" rather than play around with all those Smart HTML files. But unfortunately if you video is 4K it won't show up at all on Smart Cell Phones and if you publish a video in 4K it better not be very long because ScreenCast has a two 2 gig limit on each video apparently and just blows up without any good error message.
So would product development allow this for customers in the future?
#1 - To be able to publish videos up to 128 gigs each.
#2 - To be able to publish both (4K and 8K videos) and actually have them play on both Android and Apple Smart Cell phones properly.
#3 - For customers to be able to purchase 1 terabyte of space for about $20 like DropBox.com.
Thanks for considering this feature request.Kevin Donahoe
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