I wonder if this link gets to the windows media file.... I don't know how long it will take to download... the pictures are small.
It looks like it brings up a page which uses Flash to play the video. I didn't see any obvious way to save the video as a windows media file. The video ended with this shot:
Pretty cool video so far. I hadn't tried tinypic.com for uploading video before. Putfile.com does something similar, where direct linking to the video files is prohibited. Once upon a time I had uploaded a video file to myFileStash.com
which allowed a direct link, but then my account suddenly disappeared and I had to re-register. It also now has a 2MB file limitation and the MPG file I wanted to upload is around 6MB. To get an idea what Putfile is like, check out this video
. That's what my Sony Cybershot generates as video. For those who are curious, that's me skiing Spencer's at Taos on my last
day of skiing.