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I want to let my visitors to watch my video directly at my web page. How would I do this?

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On this page I found the following code:

<object classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000"
       width="480" height="360">
<param name="flashvars" value="YOUR_FILE.FLV&YOUR_FILE.JPG" />
<param name="movie" value="YOUR_FILE.SWF" />
<embed src="YOUR_FILE.SWF" width="480" height="360"
       flashvars="YOUR_FILE.FLV&image=YOUR_FILE.JPG" />

Obviously replace YOUR_FILE.FLV, YOUR_FILE.JPG and YOUR_FILE.SWF with the URLs of your video and placeholder jpg.

You'll find asking this sort of question on Stackoverflow will get you a quicker and better response.

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+1, for Stackoverflow: also check… – nik Sep 13 '09 at 17:23

We know FLV can not be played directly in the web page. It must be embed into a player. Here the player indicates the SWF files. With the player, you can start playing video, pause the video playback, play the video with full screen or adjust the volume.

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