Video-sharing service YouTube rolls out mobile upload, which lets you post a video via email from your video cameraphone.
Similar to Flickr’s upload by email, set up your YouTube upload by email profile and get a secret email address. Then, take a short video on your phone and send it via MMS to that email address. You can set the default privacy level and category in your profile; and create two separate profiles (and get two separate email addresses) for different types of movies (like for public cute cat videos and private cute baby videos). YouTube currently supports uploads from Cingular, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. But the video quality will not be good as it expects.