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Video ecard

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Video ecard

Video ecards are similar to traditional electronic greeting cards; however, the content or subject of the ecard is presented in a video format. The recipient of the video ecard views the message through a video player, and there is often some type of greeting or text message to convey a theme or message, typically of a holiday or special event.

The process of creating a video ecard involves creating a video, either through a webcam or by using a video camera and editing software, uploading the video to a hosting provider, and designating the recipients of the ecard.

The latest wave of personalized Video Ecards allows users to share videos and music in style, as a video ecard or greeting, after recording the video message right from the comfort of their browser, or current social community.

Available in Facebook as a new way to express life, moments and share personal stories.

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