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On January 6, 2009, the Google Video Store launched to sell downloads through Google Videos.
Google Videos (originally Google Video) is a video search engine from Google.
It was formerly a free video-sharing website and allowed selected videos to be remotely embedded on other websites and provided the necessary HTML code alongside the media, similar to You Tube.
This allowed users to upload video even if the computer terminal on which they were working would not allow them to install programs, such as a public library computer.
Uploaded videos were saved as a files under the "Google Videos" folder in "My Videos" and reports of the video(s) details were logged and stored in the user account.
As of August 2007, the DTO/DTR (download-to-own/rent) program ended.
Users who previously purchased a video from Google Videos were no longer able to view them.
This allowed websites to host lots of video remotely without running into bandwidth or storage-capacity issues. On October 9, 2006, Google bought former competitor You Tube.
Google announced on June 13, 2007, that the Google Videos search results would begin to include videos discovered by their web crawlers on other hosting services, in You Tube and user uploads.
Credits for users were made available as values for Google Checkout and were valid for 60 days.
Until 2009, users were able to upload videos either through the Google Videos website (limited to 100MB per file); or alternatively through the Google Video Uploader, available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Totals were calculated and displayed and the information could be downloaded into a spreadsheet format or printed out.