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    Flash Video
    Hey everyone,

    I am in the process of building a website for a client and they want a weekly video uploaded.

    Think is they want the videos to play and look like youtube videos, where at the end you get an overlay of videos that are related to the video that just played, or in our case it would be a list of past videos.



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    Not sure if this works, but a quick search on google yielded:

    YouTube Video Player Clone
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    Not quite, but i do appreciate the effort.

    The actual player is the least of my worries, its after the video where the "related videos" section is displayed.
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    And that script is supposed to do that - if you read the description it shows that it will advance to next video, or obviously list videos via the sample screenshot of the player.

    But, whatever works for ya.
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    Why not just use YouTube?

    If not, why not use the YouTube API to create a custom player? If I read that correctly, you can create your own player and choose which videos play through it.
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    There is also flowplayer (flowplayer.org) that is an extensible web media player modifiable via scripting, or you can look through these links on google to find something that fits your needs:

    youtube like video player - Google Search
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nethfel View Post
    There is also flowplayer (flowplayer.org) that is an extensible web media player modifiable via scripting, or you can look through these links on google to find something that fits your needs:

    youtube like video player - Google Search
    Flowplayer is EXACTLY what I'm looking for.
    You sir, are a god! Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrimalYeti View Post
    Flowplayer is EXACTLY what I'm looking for.
    You sir, are a god! Thank you
    hehe, not exactly, but I'm glad it'll work for you. I just happened to notice it during searching, and remember seeing a podcast describing its use once before which was the main reason why I called that one out by name.

    Good luck, let us know how it works out!
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