A collaborative tool that lets creators collect, collaborate and publish multimedia content online.
Yutzu is a little variation on the East Asian "yuzu", a very fresh and aromatic citrus fruit that gives a delicious juice.
We recommend that you create a Yutzu to try the service. If you do that, the Yutzu you just created will remain private and, therefore, not visible to the world, so you can safely play around.
You can also search for specific Yutzus or friends and check out what they have been doing.
People use Yutzu for many different things: to document their trips, to curate exhibitions and collections, to showcase their creations, to teach and to learn, or just to share multimedia materials with friends.
This is where you will access and choose the tools you want to employ in your Yutzu. When you are within the toolbox you will see a yellow banner that indicates that you are in edit mode. You can always go back to production mode to see the results and come back to edit mode to keep collecting materials and editing them until you are satisfied with your work.
You decide whether the Yutzus you create are to be seen by all (make it a "public" Yutzu on the top bar of your space), or just by your collaborators and yourself (keep the Yutzu "private"). The private status is very convenient when you are still editing your work or you are using Yutzu just for collaborating with friends and creative colleagues.
Yes, when you are in edit mode you see "Manage Administrators" and "Manage Collaborators" buttons on top of your Yutzu's working space. Administrators will have all powers, including the power to delete the Yutzu, so be careful about whom you make administrator of one of your Yutzus. Collaborators will be able to add and remove materials, but will not be able to delete the whole Yutzu.
You cannot do that yet. As you may know the cost and consumption of band-width by those services are very high and for now we have only implemented the possibility of linking them from external services like Youtube. You will have to upload your video to the external service and then link it up from your Yutzu.
Adding videos to the user's personal space is in the pipeline, but it will likely be added as part of a premium account so that users decide on the type of service and cost according to their needs.
Yes. Just make the Yutzu "public" and add the "Comments" tool from the blue toolbox.
Tags are only available when a Yutzu is "public".