There has been growing interest in correlating co-visualizing a video stream to the dynamic geospatial attributes of the moving camera. Moving videos comes from various GPS-enabled video recording devices and can be uploaded to video-sharing websites. Such public website do not presently display dynamic spatial features correlated to a video player. Although some systems include map based playback products, there has been no unified platform for users to share geo-referenced videos that takes spatial characteristics into account. We present here Moving Video Mapper, which integrates both historical and live georeferenced videos to give users an immersive experience in multidimensional perspectives. The platform has been evaluated using real data in an urban environment through several use cases.