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What is a good open source online .flv video player?

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Recently a client asked me to post a Flash Video (flv) on his website. I did a little web-surfing-research to find a nice open-source flv player to show the video. I ended up using the FLV Player.
I liked it the best because of the way it looks (don’t be put off by the green color, this can easily be changed), because of the easy and extensive configuration, and because it’s really open-source (opposed to the popular JW player for example, which is not free for commercial use).

Link: (I prefer the Maxi version of the player)
Status: Tested it, liked it

Written by lutsen

October 14, 2008 at 3:10 pm

Posted in Web

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  1. You might want to check out Kaltura as well. While we have a comprehensive open source video platform for any website to add video capabilities, you can also grab a free player from our user zone, or install our free, downloadable extensions and plugins for MediaWiki and WordPress sites.

    Our player includes cool interactive features as well, such as a upload/import button and online video-editor – all accessible directly from the player.

    Lisa Bennett

    October 14, 2008 at 10:33 pm

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