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Video player with JQuery Filmstrip

Posted on 2011-03-23
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Hello,

I am looking to create a site that looks similar to the following where I would have a JQuery filmstrip that users can scroll through and click a thumbnail. Based on the thumbnail they click, I would like to have the large video change to the video that they clicked and play.

Is there some JQuery code already written that someone can point me to in order to do this? I've used quite a bit of JQuery code before but don't write it myself. Thanks for the help! JQuery Screenshot
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For the gallery part, you can use one of the maaaany jQuery galleries available. Simply choose the one you prefer. Here you got several examples: http://vandelaydesign.com/blog/web-development/jquery-image-galleries/ (or simply Google "jQuery gallery").

For the video part, the best option is FlowPlayer (http://flowplayer.org/), a well-proven jQuery and Flash based solution that you can use for free or with a commercial option.

Hope that helps.
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