For those that are just beginning to use encaustic paints, I have found the how-to videos by Enkaustikos‘ Kathryn Bevier and David Hoffend to be good viewing. The videos are informative, show good artistic technique, and are sincerely made to help you.
You can view the playlist on the Embedr site. Each video will play in turn. Or, you can choose a video by scrolling through the picture list at the bottom of the video.
One big advantage of using this online tool over others, is that you can add videos from multiple sites into your list. So far, the compatibility list includes: Atom Films, Blip.TV, College Humor, Dailymotion, Metacafe, TeacherTube, MySpace Video, Veoh, Vimeo, and YouTube (as of 3-1-09 as listed from their compatibility page).
As noted in this recent TechCrunch article, Embedr Lets you Create And Share Good-Looking Video Playlists:
“Embedr is a relatively new free service that lets you build custom video playlists from a variety of online clip sources and gives you the opportunity to aggregate the entire playlist into a good-looking widget which you can easily share on your blog or website.”