JetVideo is an all-in-one solution for Windows users looking to upload video to the web. If you are a regular watcher of movies on your personal computer, you know how many different format videos there are available on the web. JetVideo has been designed with the user in mind, offering many options when it comes to the types of video files it will recognize and play back. The JetVideo website claims that JetVideo will play a variety of video formats, which is good news if you have video cameras that support different formats (VGA, HDMI, etc. ).
However, the real heart of JetVideo's features lie in the technology used to allow you to stream images from any internet video file formats that support streaming. This includes (but is not limited to) AVI, MPG, WMA, JPEG, PNG, ISOBM, Mpeg, and DivX. These codecs work hand-in-hand with the operating system's sound effects to produce the "lavish" video scenes and movie-like audio tracks common to many video presentations. It will be interesting to see whether other video file formats will be added to JetVideo in the future (as most likely, there won't be). Currently, JetVideo supports the most common video file formats on the market today.
One major drawback to JetVideo's basic video streaming features is the fact that it doesn't support encrypted file formats. Encrypted file formats allow users to transfer multimedia files that they don't want others to have access to (this includes private media streams). Although some might consider this a negative, it is important to note that there are many secure applications on the web that allow you to make secure video calls without having to reveal your security codes to anyone. In addition, there are a number of different ways to get around the problem of sharing media through this protocol. As such, while JetVideo lacks the capabilities of some secure multimedia players, it does have the few capabilities that one would expect from a multimedia player.