The new portal adds a range of community-based features, and allows mobile users on any network to access content on EyeVibe.
SeeMeTV and LookAtMe were developed by parent company YoSpace and allow users to download short video clips for a small fee, 10 per cent of which is paid back to the content creator.
To help ensure that all content is suitable and properly categorised, every uploaded clip is moderated by a specialist content moderation firm on behalf of YoSpace.
A reporting tool allows users to report copyrighted or inappropriate video that may slip through the vetting process.
YoSpace claims that users of the two sites generate around 28 million mobile page impressions per month and have paid for more than 32 million downloads, earning over £800,000 for users who have submitted more than 60,000 clips.
YoSpace hopes that by combining these two sites, and expanding availability to users of any mobile network, these figures will grow.
"We have been working hard to combine these two communities, and develop community features that will thrive under this operator-supported open access model," said Dave Springall, chief technology officer at YoSpace.
"Our plan for 2008 is to make EyeVibe the biggest and brightest mobile community in the UK."
The new site is available immediately, but content and other information is still in the process of being moved from the SeeMeTV and LookAtMe, and should be completed by the end of February 2008.
The site includes a new range of social networking style features such the ability to create profiles and add friends, comment on clips, send messages to other users or chat in groups.
Springall explained that the sites were primarily focused on the content, with the community aspect as a secondary consideration.
However, the new EyeVibe is equally focused on the social aspect of the platform and providing top quality content to users.
O2 and 3 customers will be able to download clips without additional data charges, but users from other mobile operators will incur standard data charges from their providers as well as paying for each clip.
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