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  • New PlayerDIY Web Player V2.2.0.0 Released with Special Character Handling and Full-Screen Preview

    Posted on November 19th, 2009 Toby 19 comments

    Always being creative and explorative, PlayerDIY Software adds several new features together with optimized complements to its newly-released PlayerDIY Web Player V2.2.0.0.

    Shenzhen P.R.C-Nov, 19th, 2009-PlayerDIY Software Co., Ltd (http://www.moyeamedia.com/): a rising developer of flash applications for the internet and multimedia software, today officially debuts its newest Web Player V2.2.0.0 with brand-new special character handling function, full-screen player-in-the-customizing preview and a series of successful plugin restorations and complementaries regarding its parameters and certain functions.

    PlayerDIY Web Player is a handy flash video player creator that can build and customize Web FLV Player for flash video playback on various websites, personal blogs and public forums. As one of the featured products, users can also maximumly extend its capacities via up to 11 useful addons.

    New Upgrades in PlayerDIY Web Player V2.2.0.0

    1. The ability to display all the registered domain names in publication list – if the customers have already purchased license/domains of PlayerDIY Web Player, all the registered domain names will be displayed in publication list for future identification and convenient publication.

    2. The ability to prevent wrong parameters when embedding the player – this enhancement ensures the successful player embedding in any website, blog or forum by retainning the parameters right and unchanged.

    3. The ability to pass the existed parameters of global plugin to codebase after disabling some plugins – previously, when a Disable command is executed to certain plugins, the lossless parameters of global plugin may not be passed to codebase. The new version solves the problem now and ensures a smooth parameter transmit between global plugin and codebase.

    4. Supports to full-screen preview the player during customizing – preview player effect anytime during the customizing process in full-screen mode.

    5. Begins to support handling special character in filename – this brand-new feature makes it possible to identify the special characters used in filename and easier to type unfrequent characters too when renaming the video file.

    Price and Availability

    PlayerDIY Web Player is compatible with OSs like Windows XP/2000/NT/Vista. Currently there are two options available: free version but with a brand “PlayerDIY” logo and certain functions may be disabled; registered logo-free version starts from only $ 49.95 and with prior technical support and life-long update.

    Links:
    Company Website: http://www.moyeamedia.com/
    Product Webpage: http://www.playerdiy.com/
    Product Download Link: http://www.playerdiy.com/downloads/get.php?p=Web%20Player%20v2&f=http://www.playerdiy.com/download/webplayer_setup.exe

    Contact Person:
    Steven
    PlayerDIY Software Co., Ltd.
    Chief Executive Officer
    Email: contact@moyeamedia.com

  • Optimized Plugin Applications Make the Newly-Released PlayerDIY Web Player V2.1.1.5 Versatile

    Posted on October 22nd, 2009 Toby 32 comments

    So far, there are up to 10 useful plugins available for PlayerDIY Web Player to extend its capabilities and to meet various demands of its customers. The new V2.1.1.5 PlayerDIY Web Player comes out exactly with optimized plugin applications to serve the goal better.

    Shenzhen P.R.C – Oct 22nd, 2009 – PlayerDIY Software Co., Ltd. (http://www.moyeamedia.com/): a rising developer of flash applications for the internet and multimedia software, today officially announces the release of its newest Web Player V2.1.1.5 with a series of successful plugin restorations and complementaries regarding its parameters and certain functions.

    PlayerDIY Web Player is a handy flash video player creator that will build and customize Web FLV Player for flash video playback on various websites, personal blogs and public forums. Since V2.0, customers can immensely extend its capabilities, for example, to add a text/image watermark, to search online videos, to count web traffic and so on by choosing specific plugins from up to 10 options available at http://www.playerdiy.com/addons/index.php to install in their web players.

    New Upgrades in PlayerDIY Web Player V2.1.1.5

    1. The ability to delet the selected/used plugin simultaneously both in project file and the player itself – previously, the changes made in project file may not reflect in the player, like a used plugin has been deleted in project file but may still exist in the player. This improvement ensures the synchronization of plugin-delet action both in project file and the player itself.

    2. The ability to prevent plugin parameter from missing when it’s disabled – in this optimized 2.1.1.5 version, the program is able to keep the complete plugin parameter for reference even a plugin-disable command is executed.

    3. The ability to successfully download the recommended add-ons – there are several recommended plugins listed in “Add-ons” menu for free downloading or purchasing. Customers now can easily and successfully add them to their web players with just a click.

    Price and Availability

    PlayerDIY Web Player is compatible with OSs like Windows XP/2000/NT/Vista. Currently there are two options available: free version but with a brand “PlayerDIY” logo and certain functions may be disabled; registered logo-free version starts from only $ 45.00 and with prior technical support and life-long update.

    Links:
    Company Website: http://www.moyeamedia.com/
    Product Webpage: http://www.playerdiy.com/
    Product Download Linkhttp://www.playerdiy.com/downloads/get.php?p=Web%20Player%20v2&f=http://www.playerdiy.com/download/webplayer_setup.exe

    Contact Person:
    Steven
    PlayerDIY Software Co., Ltd.
    Chief Executive Officer
    Email: contact@moyeamedia.com

  • Adobe May Cooperate with Apple to Transplant Flash Player to iPhone

    Posted on October 21st, 2009 Toby 67 comments

    According to the CEO of Adobe America, Adobe company is planning to transplant its flash player to iPhone.

    Adobe CEO indicated that Adobe may cooperate with Apple to ensure the smooth flash player application on iPhone in Adobe company’s first quarter performance conference early this week. These comments were made when he was asking about the possibilities to transplant flash to other products. According to what he said, flash now has become the synonym of Internet, it all needs flash’s support for people who want to experience the wonderful Internet. So far, flash is able to run on Windows Mobile platforms and has been installed in up to 5 billion cell phones.

    Adobe CEO said: “we are planning to cooperate with Apple and to transplant flash to iPhone. We have evaluated the Apple SDK, and we are proudly to say that we are able to independently develop the iPhone-exclusive flash. We do firmly believe that our cooperation will benefit both of our customers.”

    Adobe company officials have made it clear that they wish the flash Web applications can be used in iPhone. However, Apple doesn’t say “Yes” yet because they are worried the flash applications may lower down iPhone’s speed. According to Apple Chief Executive Mr. Steve Paul Jobs’s speech at shareholders’ meeting in May last year, full-function flash applications run so slowly in iPhone and without any practical use. In addition, Steve Jobs added: Flash Lite mobile flash can’t run on the Web. But the comments from Adobe told a different story: Adobe company is able to use Apple SDK to develop iPhone-version Flash Lite..

    FYI, Microsoft announced earlier this week that it will allow Flash Lite to run on Windows Mobile.

    You may be also interested in Flash Video Player, Free Flash Downloader and Flash to Video Converter, click to learn more.

  • New PlayerDIY Web Player V2.1.1.0 Released with Enhanced Plug-in Complementaries

    Posted on October 14th, 2009 Toby 8 comments

    Applications support plug-ins for many reasons: could be to extend an application, to support features yet unforeseen, to reduce the size of an application or could be others. All in all, to make the product itself more powerful and easier to use. That’s the reason PlayerDIY Software released the new Web Player V2.1.1.0 with extremely-enhanced plug-in functions.

    Shenzhen P.R.C – Oct 13th, 2009 – PlayerDIY Software Co., Ltd. (http://www.moyeamedia.com/): a rising developer of flash applications for the internet and multimedia software, today officially announces the release of its Web Player V2.1.1.0 with a series of successful plug-in restorations and complementaries regarding its parameters and certain functions.

    As one of the featured products of PlayerDIY Software, PlayerDIY Web Player has always been an easy-to-use tool which can create and customize flash video players for websites, personal blogs or public forums. And the player’s creation and customization is much easier than expect. A detailed tutorial is available here for reference.(http://www.playerdiy.com/support/tutorial/customize-flash-video-player.html)

    New Upgrades in PlayerDIY Web Player V2.1.1.0

    1. The ability to keep the global plug-in version the latest when designing – previously, the program may not use the latest global plug-in version, this restoration ensures that the version of global plug-in used to do some design work is the up to date one.

    2. The ability to keep the global plug-in parameters from missing when free version and official version coexist – the global plug-in parameters missing problem sometimes occurred before when two versions coexist. However, in this new V2.1.1.0 version, the global plug-in parameters remain independent and function steady in both free and official versions.

    3. The ability to execute plug-in Disable command – nothing worse than invalid command-execution for a program. But PlayerDIY’s customers don’t have to worry about this because in the latest V2.1.1.0 version, all the plug-ins are designed to enforce every single command from its masters effectively.

    4. The ability to prevent invalid parameter backfill of plug-in parameter setting drop-down list – the plug-in parameter setting drop-down list was perfectly optimized to ensure the validity of every parameter backfill data, so that the whole program shall operate effectively and accurately.

    Price and Availability

    PlayerDIY Web Player works well with OSs like Windows XP/2000/NT/Vista. Currently there are two options available: free version but with a brand “PlayerDIY” logo and certain functions may be disabled; official logo-free version priced at only $ 49.95 and with prior technical support and life-long update.

    Links:
    Company website: http://www.moyeamedia.com/
    Product webpage: http://www.playerdiy.com/
    Product Download Link: http://www.playerdiy.com/downloads/get.php?p=Web%20Player%20v2&f=http://www.playerdiy.com/download/webplayer_setup.exe

    Contact Person:
    Steven
    PlayerDIY Software Co., Ltd.
    Chief Executive Officer
    Email: contact@moyeamedia.com

  • Playerdiy Begins To Provide Free Web FLV Players for Playing Flash Videos and RTMP Streaming Videos

    Posted on August 5th, 2009 admin 29 comments

    Shenzhen P.R.C, Aug. 05, 2009, PlayerDIY Software Co., Ltd. (http://www.moyeamedia.com): Since late July 2009, PlayerDIY begins to provide free Web FLV Players, free FLV streaming players for non-commercial use to play flash videos streaming videos, live streaming videos and SMIL presentations on blog, forum, and website.

    These Free FLV players, generated with PlayerDIY Web Player, are mainly provided to player users who don’t have web hosting but want to play flash videos and RTMP streaming videos on blog or forum. The flash videos and RTMP streaming videos these Free FLV Players support to play include FLV, H.264 coded MP4, MOV, 3GP and 3G2, streaming videos, live videos and SMIL presentations, which adobe flash player can handle. So the videos played by these players can be viewed by internet users who have installed adobe flash player.

    The embed code of each FLV Player is easy to be understood and edited. To make the FLV player play personal videos on site, all need to do is only inserting a single line of code into the embed code to indicate the videos. The code syntax for multiple videos is so.addParam(‘flashvars’,’playerOpts=playListPath*^caption^path^image^clickurl^clicktarget^endurl^styleoftarget^endtarget……*s’);, for single video is so.addParam(‘flashvars’,’playerOpts=playListPath*^caption^path^image*s);

    Examples as below:

    1. Code for playing two flash videos video1.flv and video2.flv:

    <script type=”text/javascript” src=”http://www.fomore.com/www.playerdiy.com/js/swfobject.js”></script>
    <div id=”flashcontent”>Player will show here</div>
    <script type=”text/javascript”>
    var so = new SWFObject(‘http://www.fomore.com/www.playerdiy.com/players/playerdiy/mwplayer.swf’,’player’,’450′,’400′,’9′);
    so.addParam(‘wmode’,’opaque’);
    so.addParam(‘quality’,’high’);
    so.addParam(‘allowfullscreen’,’true’);
    so.addParam(‘allowscriptaccess’,’always’);
    so.addParam(‘flashvars’,’playerOpts= playListPath*^’
    + ‘video1^video1.flv^thumbnail1.jpg^^^^^^’
    + ‘video2^video2.flv^thumbnail2.jpg^^^^^^’
    + ‘*s
    ‘);
    so.write(“flashcontent”);
    </script>

    2. Code for playing single flash video video1.flv:

    <script type=”text/javascript” src=”http://www.fomore.com/www.playerdiy.com/js/swfobject.js”></script>
    <div id=”flashcontent”>Player will show here</div>
    <script type=”text/javascript”>
    var so = new SWFObject(‘http://www.fomore.com/www.playerdiy.com/players/playerdiy/mwplayer.swf’,’player’,’450′,’400′,’9′);
    so.addParam(‘wmode’,’opaque’);
    so.addParam(‘quality’,’high’);
    so.addParam(‘allowfullscreen’,’true’);
    so.addParam(‘allowscriptaccess’,’always’);
    so.addParam(‘flashvars’,’playerOpts=playListPath*^video1^video1.flv^thumbnail1.jpg*s||noWatchBtn*true*b||noPlayListBtn*true*b’);
    so.write(“flashcontent”);
    </script>

    Note:
    * caption is the title of the video (e.g. ‘video1’),
    * path is the path to video file (e.g. ‘video1.flv’),
    * image is the path to the thumbnail image (e.g. ‘thumbnail1.jpg’).
    * The values of caption(video name), image, clickurl, clicktarget, endurl, styleoftarget and endtarget can be “null” but can’t be “none”

    Kindly remind that there will be a playDIY.com logo on the screen of those free FLV players, but it can be easily removed by giving a back link to playDIY.com and the link information is <a href=”http://www.playerdiy.com”>PlayerDIY Web Player</a>.

    Further Information
    Company website:  http://www.moyeamedia.com
    Product web page: http://www.playerdiy.com/downloads/free-flv-player

  • How to Make FLV Player with Flash Professional 8

    Posted on July 23rd, 2009 Toby 76 comments

    FLV(Flash Video) is a video format which is perfectly supported by Flash Professional 8. This flash maker successfully solved the problem of the huge size of output SWF file that may not be played on Internet after inputting video file to flash. Let’s have a look below on how to make delicate FLV files:

    1. How to make FLV files?

    Step 1: Open Flash Professional 8 and establish a new flash docment.
    open Flash Professional 8

    Step 2: Input AVI video files(this is the common video format that is frequently used by your DC or DV) that you want to convert to FLV and follow the instructions.

    import AVI file

    Step 3: Keep the default setting for “Edit” and “Encode”, click “Import video” and
    then “Next step” and “Finish” at last to complete the inputting process.

    special note for importing AVI file

    Note: If you don’t have Directshow 9 and QuickTime 6.5 or higher installed in your system, a pop-up window will remind you to do so in order to import AVI successfully. Or, if you want a much easier way to do it, try PlayerDIY Video4Web Converter, it’s free and just a few clicks can complete the conversion from AVI to FLV.

    Step 4: Press “Ctrl+L” to open the data base, double click the AVI file just input, open “Embed video property” interface, click “Output” to create a FLV file.

    Above 4 steps lead you to convert AVI to FLV successfully and after conversion, you will surprisingly find the final size of FLV is just 541KB, much smaller than the original 23MB AVI. Now you can use it freely on Internet.

    2. How to use FLV files?

    Step 1: Establish a new flash document, press “Ctrl+F7” to open the “Components” window, drag “MediaPlayback” to the stage from “Media-Player 6-7”.

    drag "MediaPlayback" to the stage

    Step 2: Select “MediaPlayback”, press “Alt+F7” to open “Component Inspector” interface:

    "Component Inspector" setting

    Some meanings of parameters in Component Inspector:

    File Type: choose FLV as the defined file type, you can also choose to play MP3 file.

    URL: specify the path of FLV files, because we put FLV files and Flash files in the same catalog, we only have to specify a file name here.

    Control Placement: set the location of play panel.

    Control Visibility: set the visibility of play panel.

    Step 3: After settings, press “Ctrl+Enter” to test the performance.

    test performance

    Note Again:If you’d like to try something else simply and easy, PlayerDIY Web Player is one of the best choices. With which, creating a flash video player only needs a few mouse-clicks. Enjoy!