Userplane, the application platform for online communities and a wholly owned subsidiary of AOL, announced an upgrade to its Webrecorder, providing the application to online publishers as a free, ad-supported tool for the first time.
With Userplane Webrecorder, websites can enable their users to easily record and play back audio/video messages. Working seamlessly on any website and requiring only the highly accessible Flash plug-in, Userplane Webrecorder instantly recognizes any webcam and microphone without complicated configuration. Deployments include: users recording their own audio and video profile, sending and receiving audio and video mail, posting audio and video comments on blogs and profile pages, and 1-2-3 administration of site-wide audio and video help, announcements and news.
This recent upgrade to Webrecorder lets webmasters and publishers implement the tool with zero fees, thanks to the unobtrusive ads that accompany the application. Userplane takes care of the advertising, while website operators integrate the app with their websites via an XML API.
Originally posted on September 25, 2007 @ 7:11 pm