camcorder - An offline-capable, mobile, web application to record, watch and upload videos to dailymotion

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A simple Web Application to record, watch and upload videos to dailymotion. The goal is to showcase getUserMedia() & MediaRecorder APIs, as well as Dailymotion JavaScript SDK, and how they can be used to record and upload a video to Dailymotion, directly from the browser.

https://dailymotion.github.io/camcorder
https://github.com/dailymotion/camcorder

Dependencies:

delegate : ^3.1.0
localforage : ^1.4.3

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