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.
Our security team has worked to address the Heartbleed bug and we want to inform everyone that all RealNetworks services are now secure. We’ve patched all of our public-facing systems running OpenSSL, and also re-keyed and re-issued SSL certificates for all RealNetworks domains and services. As a reminder, it’s always good to regularly change your . . .
Fire TV, the long-anticipated set-top box from Amazon is finally here! It plugs into your HDTV for easy and instant access to RealPlayer Cloud, as well as Netflix, Prime Instant Video, Hulu Plus, WatchESPN, SHOWTIME, low-cost video rentals, and more. Fire TV also brings photos, music, and games to the living room. This is great . . .
Good news for our Canadian and European RealPlayer Cloud customers! Google just announced that Chromecast is available in 11 more countries beginning today. Now RealPlayer Cloud customers in those countries have one more easy way watch all of their videos on TV. The 11 countries include Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, . . .
This sweepstakes is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated! Use the RealPlayer Cloud app to share a video and be entered for a chance to win cool prizes! Videos might be from St. Paddy’s Day parades, runs or enjoying some green beer! You can share your video from RealPlayer Cloud to Facebook or Twitter, or . . .
As of today, anyone in the world can use RealPlayer Cloud to move, watch and share their videos! Not only is RealPlayer Cloud now available worldwide, but it’s also now available in new languages. In addition to English, we’ve rolled out French, German and Spanish versions of the app, with more languages coming soon. All . . .
You may be getting tired of this, but we are not!! RealPlayer Cloud is now available on yet another platform. For all those who love the new Windows 8 Modern UI, we just added an app. The RealPlayer Cloud app for Windows 8 does pretty much everything that its iOS and Android counterparts do. The . . .
If you are one of these people: - Who love creating videos OR - Who love watching your personal videos on your TV OR - Who love to hate HDMI cables OR - Who love RealPlayer Cloud OR - Who love Chromecast – Google’s $35 TV dongle OR - All of the Above … then . . .
We have BIG news!! We’ve just announced that RealPlayer Cloud is now available on Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD. You can get this free app in the Amazon App Store in the U.S. and Canada. Kindle Fire is one of the leading Android tablets in the North American market. Amazon’s recent launches of Kindle . . .
We are using more devices than ever to watch videos: PCs, smartphones, tablets, and even Smart TVs. Currently, there are no standard TV-oriented platforms or technologies that make it easy to watch PC/tablet/smartphone videos on a TV. It’s true; we live in a multi-device world and many of those devices can record videos. Unfortunately, that . . .
Once upon a time, in a land not too far away, videos used to be trapped on the devices they were stored on, with no way to be easily shared or viewed on other devices. We would accidentally rediscover these videos once in a while and be surprised why it had taken this long. And . . .