TinyPic Adds Amateur HD Uploads

The Web site currently will support files up to 200 MB in size, with a max of up to 500 MB reportedly on the near horizon. 
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TinyPic.com, a Web site that allows users to quickly upload and share stills and video content, recently began adding HD video to its latest options, with some online tech bloggers reporting good-to-decent results from the HD fare, so far.

The Web site currently will support files up to 200 MB in size, with a max of up to 500 MB reportedly on the near horizon.

The file-sharing service does not require formal registration by users. The HD files are now limited to five minutes; SD video can be up to about 15 minutes. Most of the uploaded video is point-and-shoot amateur fare.

TinyPic.com is owned by Photobucket and sometimes is used as a beta test site for potential Photobucket features, which may soon provide an upgraded video player, according to CNET.com. Photobucket also allows HD files, although with slightly more restrictive guidelines than TinyPic.com.

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