RealPlayer Cloud enables you to move, watch and share your videos. When you share videos with friends and family they’ll be able to play them on any device or operating system, without downloading the RealPlayer Cloud app. No more worrying about formatting or converting videos, or carrying HDMI and USB cables to connect devices to each other to watch videos. It just works.
Upload videos of any format to the cloud and they are automatically adjusted for your device screen-size, bandwidth, and device type prior to playback. RealPlayer Cloud supports all popular formats like FLV, WMV, MKV, DIVX, XVID, MOV, AVI, and MP4. Once videos are in the RealPlayer Cloud you can share them privately with friends and family. If your devices are using the same Wi-Fi network you can use RealPlayer Cloud to easily download videos to one device from the other.
RealPlayer Cloud is powered by SurePlayTM, a new technology developed by RealNetworks that ensures videos will play correctly on the device used for viewing. Learn more about SurePlay and how to use RealPlayer Cloud in the posts below.
Time to make selfies a social affair Whether its #WokeUpLikeThis, you and your toddler in matching outfits, or vlogging all that while standing in front of the Eiffel Tower, we all like taking a good selfie now and again. Now that every phone has a front camera, it’s gotten easier – but it hasn’t really . . .
Many people agree that the Chromecast media-streaming device is a great way to stream your favorite apps and entertainment to your TV. What makes it such an excellent device is that it is both small and cheap, plugging directly into any free HDMI port on your TV. The number of Chromecast-compatible apps are growing, however, few of . . .
Today is the day for girlfriends, boyfriends, partners and spouses to find ways to show each other how they really feel. Chocolates, roses, teddy bears, massages, candlelit dinners, weekend getaways and possibly 50 Shades of one color or another, all wrapped up with a red velvet bow. And for the kids, there are classrooms full . . .
RealPlayer Cloud is hitting more and more platforms, to the point where there isn’t an Android, iPhone, or tablet out there that you can’t access your awesome cloud videos on. But we aren’t satisfied there, so we’ve just added our latest member of the family – Microsoft’s Xbox One! This console app isn’t just playing . . .
Did you receive a code for some free RealPlayer Cloud storage? If so, here's how you can redeem your code: In order to redeem a RealPlayer Cloud code for additional storage space, you must already have registered a RealPlayer Cloud account. You can sign in for a free account by downloading a RealPlayer Cloud app . . .
GO SEAHAWKS! Sorry, we just can’t contain our excitement – it’s not every year your home team is going for a repeat at THE BIG GAME! In fact, we’re so excited that we’re making all 12 days leading up to the Seahawks vs. the Patriots into a contest for the loudest fans in the world! . . .
RealPlayer Simplifies Video Sharing: Rich Jaroslovsky By Rich Jaroslovsky Oct 16, 2013 1:00 PM PT Originally published on bloomberg.com. There’s no reason you need to know what a codec is. Unless you’ve tried to view or share video shot on one type of device, say an Android phone, on another, like an iPhone. Until now, that . . .
Last year, we shared a lot of videos with you... 1,749 to be exact! Almost every day of 2014, we shared our Top 5 Picks on RealPlayer Daily Videos, and we'll continue doing so in 2015. Before we get too far into the new year, we'd like to look back at the most popular videos . . .
RealPlayer Cloud Launches with Cross-platform Storage and Video Playback by Jaymar Cabebe | @jaymarcabebe / September 24, 2013 6:00 PM PDT This article originally appeared on CNET.com. Announced today, RealPlayer Cloud brings a unique cloud storage, video streaming, and sharing service to iOS, Android, Roku, and other platforms. RealNetworks today gets into the cloud storage . . .
by Andy J. Williams Affleck @aaffleck | Sep 29th 2014 at 5:30PM Originally published on TUAW.com. I'm old enough to remember when Real Video was the only game in town for streaming video. Once upon a time, everyone had some version of real on their computer. Then it went out of fashion or was overtaken by others, perhaps YouTube? I . . .