Frequently Asked Questions
• What is the purpose of this site?
• How much does the service cost?
• Are there limitations on the videos?
• Who owns the videos I upload?
• Who has access to my videos?
• What can I do with the videos once they are uploaded?
• Can I upload movies and TV shows?
• How long will the videos remain online?
What is the purpose of this site?
Video is becoming very popular online. This website gives you an easy and convenient way to use your videos online. You can upload your video files or record them directly from a webcam. We will host them for you and give you access to them from anywhere online.
How much does the service cost?
You can use any of the services offered on this site for free. We plan to make money from advertisement to cover the cost, but advertisement will never be obstructive to the site or your viewing experience.
Are there limitations on the videos?
Yes. You can load a video that is maximum 5 minutes long, and a file size of a maximum 200MB long. The video files you upload can be of the formats .AVI, .MOV, .MPG, .MPEG, .MP4, or .WMV.
Who owns the videos I upload?
You and only you. We will never use any of the videos without your explicit permission first.
Who has access to the videos I upload?
You decide. Unlike traditional video sharing sites, TypeNot will not go and broadcast your videos publicly for everyone to see. You are the only one who knows how to access the video, and you decide who to share this information with.
What can I do with the videos once they are uploaded?
You can access them from anywhere online. You can either access them through a private video page on the TypeNot website, or you can embed the video directly into your own personal web page.
Can I upload movies and TV shows?
Your may NOT use TypeNot to upload, record, or view copyrighted material, which means any videos taken from someone else without permission.
How long will the videos remain online?
Because videos take up a lot of disk space, we regularly delete videos which are not being accessed. A video will be deleted 30 days from the last day it was accessed.