[QUOTE=ralph.m;5059105]There are laws against it, you know. (Or do you live in the Wild West?)
Worse. America! (Apparently you've never seen "Wall Street" or "The Boiler Room"?!)
I wrote it myself, and now I'm super terrified that you'll steal it and I will lose megabucks.
Nah, I already have my ideas to become a millionaire.
There are no original ideas anyway, so I don't really buy that argument. (Hell, I can probably get it for free. :lol: )
That was part of my point...
With the Internet and 8 Billion people, how can anyone and their ideas stand out and NOT get stolen on day 1?!
There will always be some mega-corporation out there like Wells Fargo or Wal-Mart or Goldman Sacs ready to screw the little guy (or gal) over... :nono:
At any rate, I am trying to get enough of a jump-start so I have a fighting chance.
And making sure people don't lift my Podcasts and Videos is a big concern to me.
More so, if they do steal my A/V, how will I even know? (When it comes to business and IT websites and blogs, I think 75% of the content is stolen or spun... How would you even know your content was stolen until it is too late?)
But back to my original post, so it sounds like "streaming (packets of data)" of one of my videos would be costly? (I never heard back if there are alternatives to Amazon Cloud.)
If that is so, then from a technical standpoint, how would I create and distribute my videos?
Do I have the videographer make a video file (e.g. MPEG) and then just drop it in the Web Root of my Hosting Account and link to it using some HTML? :-/
Or do I need software to serve up the file?
Sorry for being so dense, but I've never You Tubed or whatever, and have no clue of how to make or get a video up on my website...