Progressive FLV Player Generator

Make your own FLV Player :



  1. prog_multi_2010.exe

Choose from the list above for the download. Right click :Save Target as”

With this software you will be adding multitrack streaming videos in FLV
format on your websites that are streamed in progressive mode without any
streaming media servers. This software will compile the flv files and generate
the player, and the code needed to insert in your website.

Main Screen

Step 1 –

Choose your player that best suits your webpage. Following are the video window
sizes available:

240 X 180

320 X 240

400 X 300

480 X 270 (Wide Screen Format)

Play First Video Automatically: If you click this option and
turn it on, the player will start

playing your video as soon as your webpage finishes loading.

Auto Progress to Next Video: If you click this option and turn
it on, the player will play

the next track on the playlist automatically without any user interaction.

Shuffle Videos: If you click this option and turn it on, the
player will play

the tracks in random order from the playlist.


Step 2 –

You can change the color of the player to match your web page or website. You
can choose

just any color from the color palette.

Player Color

Player Cover Picture: You can opt to put a cover graphic (Intro
Image) on your player in its idle state.

The graphic should match the dimensions of the player video. That is if you are
using a 320 X 240 video

player make sure the graphics is also of the same size. Our free FLV encoder
automatically generates

compatible JPEGs from your video file to put as a cover graphics.


Step 3 –

Locate FLV Files: Locate the video (FLV) files that you want to
stream on your website.

When you generate the code you have to show the software the location of the
files on your local PC.

These files should be later uploaded to your webserver. Read carefully the final
step of this instruction file.

You can re-arrange the playlist by clicking the “Re-arrange Files”
button.

Rearrange Files

A new screen will open where you can move tracks up and down and make

the sequence of the playlist as per your choice.


Step 4 –

SWF Player Path: This is the location where all your video related
files will reside on your webserver.

A typical path looks like http://www.yourdomain.com/video/

In most cases you will like to put the video related files in the same location
as your other HTML

files. Note that by video related files we do not mean the video (FLV) files
themselves.

Server FLV Path: This path is where your video (FLV) files
reside, where you will UPLOAD to via FTP after generating from the software.
This can be same as your

SWF Player Path. If you want to place the FLV files in a different location type
the absolute

URL of the path here. A typical path looks like http://www.yourdomain.com/video/

Right Syntax: http://www.yourdomain.com/video/

Wrong Syntax: http://www.yourdomain.com/video (No trailing slash)

Wrong Syntax: www.yourdomain.com/video/ (No http://)

Wrong Syntax: http://yourdomain.com/video/ (No www)

For multiple players on the same page, you have to use separate folders on your

server for each set of video. So if you want to put 4 players on the same page
and each player

playing different set of video files, use 4 different folders on your server
like “videos1”, “videos2” and so on.


Final Step –

Generated Code

Select a folder on your PC where you want the output files to be generated and
copied.

We suggest to use the same folder that contains your other files related to your
website.

Once you have generated the code, the above screen pops up. On the upper part
there is

the HTML code that you have to copy and paste in your HTML editor whatever you
use.

On the lower part there are the list of the files and their

location. As mentioned earlier you have to upload these files to the webservers
following the instruction.

The SWF, XML and JPG files should be uploaded to the path mentioned by you