Plumi is a Free Software video sharing Content Management System based on Plone. Development started in 2007 by EngageMedia and Infinite Recursion. In the fall of 2009 we were asked to lead its development for version 3.0 and onwards. We were more than happy to do it, since we had already used it for our own WebTV projects.
Almost a year after, Plumi reached version 4.2.3 and has become one of the most mature and feature bundled free video sharing platforms. It provides automatic video transcoding in web friendly formats, video analytics, large file uploading via FTP, BitTorrent integration, a sophisticated workflow, VODcasting and a bustling range of other useful features. A complete feature list can be found here.
Stay tuned for new releases and interesting news from the Plumi blog. If you want to try it out visit demo.plumi.org or sign up at EngageMedia.org, a social justice and environmental video portal based on Plumi.
Besides EngageMedia, Plumi is used by Redhat, the World Social Forum, Bonn University, Critical Commons and several Indonesian organizations, powering their public or private video archives.
EngageMedia.org video portal, that uses Plumi.
The Spanish portal Anesvad TV
World Social Forum TV is also based on Plumi