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Youtube stream inside Delphi

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Hi Expert,

Exist some way to put a player inside a delphi form to read streams of youtube ? I need see youtube videos in my delphi form.

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you can use Flash Viewer activeX component (import Type Library - locate Shockwave Flash)
Sample is here: writing_a_flash_player
or usint TWebBrowser component (aka embeded IE) with html holder text.
Embedding_a_Player
view-youtube-video-on-delphi
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