A few weeks ago one of my favorite video experts, David Spark, was asking me what application or plug-in would work with Skype well. My reaction was "not much."
Then the very next day, into my inbox came a note from longtime Skype application/Extras developer Jeremy Hague, letting me know about his new app called VODBURNER.
Well the app is now out and TECHCrunch has the details.
Conceptually, this is exactly what Skype needs to have. Based on the stats revealed yesterday at eComm from Skype, more and more video calls are happening every day. With better web cams coming to market every day, recording and being able to share a video with others who may not have been on the call is big benefit. Back in the day when we worked with SightSpeed, one of the most useful features of SightSpeed for Business was their video recording capability. With VODBURNER now live and available for $9.95 or so, it means Skype becomes closer to being the ultimate video platform. All that's missing is multi-party, something already offered by ooVoo and SightSpeed.