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Video player (Add start, stop, pause functionality)

Posted on 2011-02-15
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I have over 300+ training videos I need to post to our website for viewing. Formats vary (.swf, .mov, .mp4, etc). Videos are viewable now through a direct hyperlink via the browser but the powers-that-be-want each to have play, stop, pause functionality.

Is there a way I can set up one page with a player that all the video can be viewed with? Or will I need to convert each video file to use its own player? I was thinking about importing/publishing via Flash until I discovered just how many file there were.


The web host offers streaming if that helps.
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Take a look at JW Player http://www.longtailvideo.com/players/jw-flv-player/   You may have to use multiple players because of the file formats or convert them all to a common format like FLV.  I believe that's what YouTube does.
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Great FREE capability, although it doesn't support Flash (relative to controls), but it works!
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