vShare YouTube Clone Script
vShare YouTube Clone script allow you to run your own video sharing portal like YouTube.com, Metacafe, DailyMotion, Google Video, Yahoo Video and others. vShare allow your visitors to upload, view, share video clips, comment and bookmark other videos. vShare convert user uploaded video to .flv format, this allow streaming of video with flash player. vShare Admin control panel allow you to edit, delete, approve uploaded videos. Upload logo for your site, upload watermark. vShare youtube clone have search engine friendly url for video, category and groups.Visit publisher site: vShare YouTube Clone Script
License & Pricing Information
- License Type:
- $10.00 USD
- Additional Info:
Displaying 1-4 out of 4 reviews
I purchased vShare in January 2017 and iam very satisfied with the script. Few days ago i upgraded the script to latest version. I like the new template is very nice. Its working fine in my mobile also. Whenever neeed support i contacted them with their helpdesk and i got response within 24 hours. There is some disadvantages also. Script only available in english language. If we wanted to use other language, we have to modify the template files. I used google translator widget to solve this.
I only wish I read your comments before buying this useless script......I wasted half a day yesterday trying to get videos to upload, no support what so ever.......KEEP WELL CLEAR!
Simply waste of time and $10. Totally search engine unfriendly In 6 months can't even get one page listed on major search engines. The worst customer service ever. Downright rude and no help. New upgrade instructions hard to follow
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
This product is cheap, but the support is even cheaper, the designer knowing almost nothing about actual system requirements, merely trying to sell his own server space. This script would be promising if the designer understood what needed to be done on the developer's end, and provided a bit of support, but, alas, neither of these are the case. Issues go unresolved for weeks, even months in member forums, because admin doesn't want to provide support.