Popcorn Maker combines web video and audio with content from the rest of the web — from text, links, and maps, to pictures and live feeds. The free, open-source Web app is offered by the not-for-profit Mozilla Foundation.
VidIQ offers tools that let companies monitor and manage their YouTube videos with search-engine optimization techniques.
Although it will no longer supply film for still cameras, the Eastman Kodak Company will continue to supply motion-picture film to four Hollywood studios through 2015. It has introduced a new, color film for archival storage of motion pictures, and plans to introduce another archival film storage product later in 2012.
The methods to show movies online are changing. If your plans include exhibiting your movies on the World Wide Web, you should probably be concerned with the changes in video compression formats which are coming soon to Web browsers. Here are some links to articles which explain the controversy.