We’ve got more holiday treats for you here at TechCrunch. If you run a site on Drupal, the open-source content management software, and want to add collaborative video editing to your site, try Kaltura’s new video module for Drupal. The first 50 readers to download the module from this link will get 100GB of free video hosting and streaming (everyone else gets 10 GB).
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Kaltura, the open-source video platform, has released a new version of its MediaWiki extension that allows users to embed and edit video, images, and audio on wiki pages. MediaWiki is a wiki software package that was initially developed for Wikipedia and has since been used by a number of other sites. Kaltura says that the new release “includes a fresh look & feel for the video player, a… → Read More
Crowdsourcing video startup Kaltura is partnering with the Wikimedia Foundation to put its video-mashup technology on Wikipedia. The program, which is starting in beta today, will allow people to create collaborative videos on Wikipedia and other wikis. Kaltura’s video-editing technology allows multiple people to collaborate in creating a video. The addition will eventually make it easier… → Read More
Brooklyn-based Kaltura has earned the honor to present as the 40th company in this year’s TechCrunch40 conference, beating next generation forums provider Tangler by a handful of votes. The company, which has been demoing in our DemoPit all of today, received the most poker chips of any company in the pit over the past two days. Conference attendees were given two chips – one to give… → Read More