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K.
Hello!

Can you tell me how to do it something similar to YouTube?
Maybe there are some players which I could implement on my page
without working on creating such player?
I would like users to upload video films, which could be displayed
on my web page just in the video player similar to youtube.

Thank you in advance for help

Kindest regards
Marcin
Jan 25 '08 #1
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On Fri, 25 Jan 2008 14:55:35 +0100, K. <ha************@poczta.onet.pl
wrote:
Can you tell me how to do it something similar to YouTube?
Maybe there are some players which I could implement on my page
without working on creating such player?
I would like users to upload video films, which could be displayed
on my web page just in the video player similar to youtube.
flv format, flash player =ask in a flash related group for the precise
options for these.
For encoding uploaded movies to flv, I'd advise ffmpeg.
See for a short introduction to the problem
<http://klaus.geekserver.net/flash/streaming.html>, the project itself
will involve very little PHP (possibly just for displaying dynamic HTML &
possibilities for upload (starting ffmpeg etc.)).
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Rik Wasmus
Jan 25 '08 #2

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K.
flv format, flash player =ask in a flash related group for the precise
options for these.
For encoding uploaded movies to flv, I'd advise ffmpeg.
See for a short introduction to the problem
<http://klaus.geekserver.net/flash/streaming.html>, the project itself
will involve very little PHP (possibly just for displaying dynamic HTML &
possibilities for upload (starting ffmpeg etc.)).

Thank you Rik for your answer.
I really apprieciate it
Thank you again
M.
Jan 25 '08 #3

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On 25 Jan, 14:18, "K." <halinaciern...@poczta.onet.plwrote:
flv format, flash player =ask in a flash related group for the precise
options for these.
For encoding uploaded movies to flv, I'd advise ffmpeg.
See for a short introduction to the problem
<http://klaus.geekserver.net/flash/streaming.html>, the project itself
will involve very little PHP (possibly just for displaying dynamic HTML &
possibilities for upload (starting ffmpeg etc.)).

Thank you Rik for your answer.
I really apprieciate it
Thank you again
M.
See also http://www.webvideozone.com/public/171.cfm and google for
'progressive download' - this provides most of the functionality of
streaming without a streaming server.

C.
Jan 29 '08 #4

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