SpeedBit Video Accelerator 3.2.3.5

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SpeedBit Video Accelerator – Accelerates videos from YouTube and over 100 video sites! and it is FREE! Download the latest version form Downsoft.com.

  • Enjoy the future of internet video with High Definition video acceleration. Accelerate videos with bit rates above 200 KBps for the most visually stunning streaming videos, and see what the web is like in HD.
  • Video Accelerator is a powerful tool that let’s you enjoy larger, higher resolution videos without the wait. Accelerate High Quality videos with bit rates up to 200 KBps for clearer, more vibrant images.
  • Watch your favorite web videos smoothly without buffering and freezing problems. With acceleration for YouTube and 165 of the most popular video sites, you can watch the videos you want, the way you want.
  • Reduces movies freezes and buffering problems!
  • Accelerates streaming videos from YouTube and over 100 video sites including MySpace, Metacafe, DailyMotion, Stage6, 5min, Facebook, iTunes (Premium), Reuters, photobucket, Tudou, Bebo, Break, ESPN, CNET TV, AOL, CNN, Discovery, Veoh and many more!
  • More YouTube IP hosts supported
  • Improved Adult search results filtering
  • Bookmarks videos you have recently accelerated, for easy replays!

Now accelerating over 165 video sites

Enjoy accelerated videos from YouTube and 165 sites including: Break, Yahoo Video, Facebook, AOL Video, Dailymotion, MySpace, Metacafe, ABC, CNN, ESPN, msnbc, Veoh, Heavy, and many more!

Just install – it will do the rest on its own

All you have to do is install Video Accelerator and enter a new world of watching video over the web. Forget irritating hiccups, picture freezes, and buffering; Video Accelerator configures itself automatically to seamlessly provide you with the best web video experience available.
SPEEDbit Video Accelerator (www.videoaccelerator.com) is a pioneering product of unique technology that improves the viewing experience of streaming videos from YouTube and over 165 sites by eliminating buffering problems. SPEEDbit are continuously developing its technology and in the near future, will be able to accelerate even more video downloads from different content providers.

Overcoming the media delivery barrier
Delivering rich media to end user’s machines is turning out to be a major challenge for even the biggest media companies. High quality videos (and many times even low quality videos) tend to freeze when streamed to end users, giving a somewhat poor viewing experience. Movies and TV series tend to sometimes take several long hours to download. These performance barriers slow down the adoption of the online rich media delivery platforms, in their quest to make content easily and readily available to consumers without the need to buy/rent/ship a physical CD or DVD.

Our Solution: SPEEDbit’s Patented Multi-Channel Technology

SPEEDbit Video Accelerator supports videos from YouTube and over 165 sites and leverages unique and patent pending multi-connection technology to accelerate the caching of streaming videos, thus helping overcome annoying buffering problems. This product works under the hood keeping the user interface of the respective service in tact. For example when watching a MySpace video, the MySpace interface will simply show multiple leaps a head of the video caching bar, resulting in much faster completion of the caching/downloading of the streaming video.
Whenever a YouTube or other video (see full list of supported video sites) is being accelerated, a small message will show on the right bottom side of the screen indicating to the user that the acceleration is active. The main screen of the product also allows a user to make video searches straight from the desktop application – the video search is based on videos on various video sites such as www.youtube.com, www.metacafe.com etc. more sites are added every day.

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