How to use Free Video to Flash Converter

Step 1.  Download Free Video to Flash Converter

This is a clearly free program. There is no spyware or adware. It's absolutely safe to install and to run!

Step 2. Launch Free Video to Flash Converter

Free Video to Flash Converter: launch the program

Follow Start > All Programs > DVDVideoSoft > Programs > Free Video to Flash Converter or just click the DVDVideoSoft Free Studio icon on the desktop.

The interface is very simple and self explaining. There is a field for input files, a field for an output path, and the lists with preconfigured profiles. If you want to change the theme (program skin), go to Options → Theme.

Step 3. Select Input Video Files

Free Video to Flash Converter: select input file

Click the Add files... button to select an input video file(s) from your computer.

Input file formats:*.avi; *.ivf; *.div; *.divx; *.mpg; *.mpeg; *.mpe; *.mp4; *.m4v; *.webm; *.wmv; *.asf; *.mov; *.qt; *.mts; *.m2t; *.m2ts; *.mod; *.tod; *.vro; *.dat; *.3gp2; *.3gpp; *.3gp; *.3g2; *.dvr-ms; *.flv; *.f4v; *.amv; *.rm; *.rmm; *.rv; *.rmvb; *.ogv; *.mkv; *.ts.

Free Video to Flash Converter: set output file name

By default the output file name is the same as video title is. If you want to change it click the Output Name... button. A new window will be opened.

There are some parameters in it (Name Prefix, Postfix and others) which you can set as you like.

In the bottom of this window you can see the pattern of the output file name. It's formed according to the current options.

Note: the pattern is the same for all output files during one session, it's not allowed to set the unique pattern for each file.

Step 4. Select Output Location

Free Video to Flash Converter: click Browse to select output location

Click the Browse... button and choose the location where you would like to save your converted video files. Click Ok.

If you want to access the output folder content, click Open.

Step 5. Select Output Format Profile

Free Video to Flash Converter: select presets

In the list of Formats select FLV or SWF.

In the list of Presets select one of the available pre-configured presets.

Note: by default a player can't be added to SWF file. This option is available for FLV video only. So if you want to control movie on your site you should select FLV as an output format.

For advanced users: read this guide for information on how to customize a preset or create a new one.

Free Video to Flash Converter: select player

Click the Player... button to open a new window.

Select a player style.

Click OK to switch back to the main program window.

Note: click the button "?" to learn more about player functions.

Note: the Player... button is disabled in case you set SWF as an output video format. If you want to add a player to your clip please choose FLV from the list of formats.

Step 6. Convert Video

Free Video to Flash Converter: convert video

Click the Convert button along the bottom of the interface and wait the video to be converted.


Note: Before clicking the Convert button you can set to turn off computer after the process is completed. Just go to Options... and make sure the appropriate box is checked.

Step 7. Playback Converted File

Free Video to Flash Converter: playback converted file

Open a folder with output files and run HTML file.

Step 8. Place Flash Video to Your Site

Copy the code from a sample html page to your web page.

Upload the following files to the same folder where your web page is:
player_flv_maxi.swf,
start_frame.jpg,
get_video.flv and get_video.xml.

Now you have a flash video on your site. Like this one.

Note: if after embedding video into your webpage and uploading to a Microsoft Windows 2003 server, when viewing in a browser the player says "specified file is missing", read this guide.


Note: on the following pages you can find detailed parameters description of the players:

Multi Flash Player Settings
When the video is converted you get the file 01.xml and the following HTML code:
<object id="Object1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="player_flv_multi.swf" width="352" height="264">
<param name="movie" value="player_flv_multi.swf" />
<param name="allowFullScreen" value="true" />
<param name="wmode" value="opaque" />
<param name="allowScriptAccess" value="sameDomain" />
<param name="quality" value="high" />
<param name="menu" value="true" />
<param name="autoplay" value="false" />
<param name="autoload" value="false" />
<param name="FlashVars" value="configxml=01.xml" />
</object>

There are some parameters in the file 01.xml which you can change by yourself. They are:

width
It sets the video width (in pixels). This parameter has to be an integer positive value.
The minimal value is 350 pixels.
This parameter is seen in the file and in the upper code. And so if you change its value you must change it twice.

height
It sets the video height (in pixels). This parameter has to be an integer positive value.
The minimal value is 120 pixels.
This parameter is seen in the file and in the upper code. And so if you change its value you must change it twice.

autoplay
It sets automatic or manual start of the video playback.
Possible values of this parameter:
If the value is 1 / true playback starts automatically after loading a web page, otherwise (autoplay=0 / false) playback starts after pressing the Play button.

autoload
It sets automatic loading of the video.
Possible values of this parameter:
If the value is 1 / true the video starts loading automatically, otherwise (autoload=0 / false) loading begins after pressing the Play button.

autonext
Set the value of this parameter 0 to avoid skipping to the next video, otherwise set 1.

shuffle
Set the value of this parameter 1 to shuffle videos, otherwise set 0.

loop
It sets automatic loop playback.
Possible values of this parameter:
If the value is 1 flash player supports loop playback, otherwise (loop=0) it doesn't.

playonload
Set the value of this parameter 0 to avoid playing video after loading, otherwise set 1.

volume
It sets an initial volume. Possible values of this parameter are between 0 and 200.

playeralpha
It sets transparency of the player bar. Possible values of this parameter are between 0 and 100.

iconplaybgalpha
It sets transparency of the Play icon button. Possible values of this parameter are between 0 and 100.

buffer
It sets a number of seconds to buffer.

buffermessage
It sets a buffering message.

title
It sets a title shown before loading video. Video titles must be separated by |
(for example, title=my_video1|my_video2|my_video3|my_video4)

By default, the player has the same title as the video file. This parameter can be set for classic, maxi and multi players. Mini, new maxi, new multi players don't support 'title' parameter.

Note: if you use 'startimage' parameter, set its value to 1 (<param name="showtitleandstartimage" value="1" />), otherwise the title won't be displayed, or remove 'startimage' parameter to display the title.

If you need to display the title simultaneously with the play icon button ('showiconplay=1' parameter), you can move the title with a newline sign \n\n to the beginning of the title (to shift it down), or to the end of the title (to shift it up), e.g. <param name="title" value="my_title \n\n" />

titlesize
It sets size of the title's font.

srtsize
It sets size of the subtitle's font.

onclick
It sets an event after clicking on the video. By default it's set playpause, meaning that the video is played/paused on click. To remove events, set the value none.

onclicktarget
It sets a target of URL after clicking on the video. Possible values of this parameter: _self or _blank.

ondoubleclick
It sets an event after double clicking on the video. Possible values of this parameter: none, fullscreen, playpause or URL to open.

ondoubleclicktarget
It sets a target of URL after double clicking on the video. Possible values of this parameter: _self or _blank.

playertimeout
It sets time in milliseconds before the player hides (when autohide mode is set).

videodelay
It sets a display time of the video title, in milliseconds.

You can add or remove player elements and buttons:

showplayer
It sets a player bar display mode.
Possible values of this parameter: autohide, always or never.

showfullscreen
In the file 01.xml set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Fullscreen button, otherwise set showfullscreen=0.
Besides you can disable ability to use fullscreen mode. Just set in the upper code <param name="allowFullScreen" value="false"/>.

showmouse
It sets a display mode of the mouse cursor. Possible values of this parameter: always, autohide or never.

shortcut
Set the value of this parameter 0 to deactivate keyboard shortcuts, otherwise set 1
(see the description of keyboard shortcuts at the bottom of this page).

showstop
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Stop button, otherwise set showstop=0.

showprevious
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Previous button, otherwise set showprevious=0.

shownext
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Next button, otherwise set shownext=0.

showopen
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Open button, otherwise set showopen=0.

showvolume
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Volume Control, otherwise set showvolume=0.

showtime
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Time area, otherwise set showtime=0.

showiconplay
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Play icon button in the middle of the video, otherwise set 0.

margin
It sets a margin of the video relative to the Flash player.
If you set an integer positive value of this parameter a player frame is shown, otherwise it isn't.
For example, you set margin=5. In this case a frame of 5px width is shown on the periphery of the video.
If you set margin=0 there is no frame on the periphery of the video.

startimage
Defines URL of a JPEG file (not progressive) to be shown before loading the video.
When the video is converted you get the file start_frame.jpg with a start image. By default it's set the same start image for all videos (a black rectangle).
If you want to set other start images do the following:
1. Put your JPG files into the same place as the video files.
2. Set the value of startimage as URLs of your images separated by |
(for example, startimage=my_image1.jpg|my_image2.jpg|my_image3.jpg).

top1
This parameter lets you add an image (logo, for example) over the video. Just set URL and coordinates of the image separated by | (URL|x|y), for example my_logo.jpg|160|120.

srt
This parameter lets show SRT subtitles.
If you want to show subtitles do the following:
1. Set srt=1.
2. Create or add a file with .SRT extention and UTF-8 encoding. The file must be at the same place as the video file and have the same name.
For example, if the video file is my_video.flv the name of its subtitle must be my_video.srt.
You should create an .SRT file for each video file (for example, you have 3 video files: video1.flv, video2.flv and video3.flv. You should create 3 subtitle files: video1.srt, video2.srt and video3.srt).
There are some FREE programs for creating .SRT files:

Workshop

SubMagic

SubtitleCreator

SubCreator

If you don't want to show subtitles just set srt=0.

showswitchsubtitles
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Showing/Hiding subtitles button, otherwise set showswitchsubtitles=0.

showtitleandstartimage
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the title and the start image at the same time, otherwise set 0.

You can also set colors of the player elements to match your web site:

playercolor
It sets a color of the player bar.

bgcolor
It sets a background color of the player.

bgcolor1
It sets the first (upper) color of the player background gradient (important only if it's set an integer positive value of margin parameter).

bgcolor2
It sets the second (lower) color of the player background gradient (important only if it's set an integer positive value of margin parameter).

buttoncolor
It sets a color of buttons.

buttonovercolor
It sets a hover color of player buttons.

slidercolor1
It sets the first (upper) color of the seek bar gradient.

slidercolor2
It sets the second (lower) color of the seek bar gradient.

sliderovercolor
It sets a hover color of the seek bar.

loadingcolor
It sets a color of the loading bar.

scrollbarcolor
It sets a color of the scrollbar.

scrollbarovercolor
It sets a hover color of the scrollbar.

currentflvcolor
It sets a color of the current video in the playlist.

playlisttextcolor
It sets a color of the playlist text.

iconplaycolor
It sets a color of the Play icon button.

iconplaybgcolor
It sets a background color of the Play icon button.

titlecolor
It sets a color of the title.

srtcolor
It sets a color of subtitles.

srtbgcolor
It sets a background color of subtitles.

videobgcolor
It sets a background color of the flash, when no video is shown.

space
Play/Pause

P
Play/Pause

S
Stop

C
Show/Hide subtitles

left
5 seconds backward

right
5 seconds forward

up
Volume up

down
Volume down

+
Volume up

-
Volume down

You can also control the player with Javascript:

PLAY
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsPlay", "");
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsPlay", "2");

PAUSE
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsPause", "");

STOP
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsStop", "");

NEXT
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsNext", "");

PREVIOUS
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsPrevious", "");

Volume level
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsVolume", "50");

Maxi Flash Player Settings
When the video is converted you get the file 01.xml and the following HTML code:
<object id="Object1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="player_flv_maxi.swf" width="320" height="240">
<param name="movie" value="player_flv_maxi.swf" />
<param name="allowFullScreen" value="true" />
<param name="wmode" value="opaque" />
<param name="allowScriptAccess" value="sameDomain" />
<param name="quality" value="high" />
<param name="menu" value="true" />
<param name="autoplay" value="false" />
<param name="autoload" value="false" />
<param name="FlashVars" value="configxml=01.xml" />
</object>

There are some parameters in the file 01.xml which you can change by yourself. They are:

width
It sets the video width (in pixels). This parameter has to be an integer positive value.
The minimal value is 240 pixels.
This parameter is seen in the file and in the upper code. And so if you change its value you must change it twice.

height
It sets the video height (in pixels). This parameter has to be an integer positive value.
The minimal value is 120 pixels.
This parameter is seen in the file and in the upper code. And so if you change its value you must change it twice.

autoplay
It sets automatic or manual start of the video playback.
Possible values of this parameter:
If the value is 1 / true playback starts automatically after loading a web page, otherwise (autoplay=0 / false) playback starts after pressing the Play button.

autoload
It sets automatic loading of the video.
Possible values of this parameter:
If the value is 1 / true the video starts loading automatically, otherwise (autoload=0 / false) loading begins after pressing the Play button.

loop
It sets automatic loop playback.
Possible values of this parameter:
If the value is 1 flash player supports loop playback, otherwise (loop=0) it doesn't.

loadonstop
Set the value of this parameter 0 to stop video loading by clicking on the Stop button, otherwise set it 1.

volume
It sets an initial volume. Possible values of this parameter are between 0 and 200.

playeralpha
It sets transparency of the player bar. Possible values of this parameter are between 0 and 100.

iconplaybgalpha
It sets transparency of the Play icon button. Possible values of this parameter are between 0 and 100.

buffer
It sets a number of seconds to buffer.

buffermessage
It sets a buffering message.

title
It sets a title shown before loading video.

titlesize
It sets size of the title's font.

srtsize
It sets size of the subtitle's font.

onclick
It sets an event after clicking on the video. By default it's set playpause, meaning that the video is played/paused on click. To remove events, set the value none.

onclicktarget
It sets a target of URL after clicking on the video. Possible values of this parameter: _self or _blank.

ondoubleclick
It sets an event after double clicking on the video. Possible values of this parameter: none, fullscreen, playpause or URL to open.

ondoubleclicktarget
It sets a target of URL after double clicking on the video. Possible values of this parameter: _self or _blank.

playertimeout
It sets time in milliseconds before the player hides (when autohide mode is set).

You can add or remove player elements and buttons:

showplayer
It sets a player bar display mode.
Possible values of this parameter: autohide, always or never.

showfullscreen
In the file 01.xml set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Fullscreen button, otherwise set showfullscreen=0.
Besides you can disable ability to use the fullscreen mode. Just set in the upper code <param name="allowFullScreen" value="false" />.

showmouse
It sets a display mode of the mouse cursor. Possible values of this parameter: always, autohide or never.

shortcut
Set the value of this parameter 0 to deactivate keyboard shortcuts, otherwise set 1
(see the description of keyboard shortcuts at the bottom of this page).

showstop
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Stop button, otherwise set showstop=0.

showvolume
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Volume Control, otherwise set showvolume=0.

showtime
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Time area, otherwise set showtime=0.

showiconplay
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Play icon button in the middle of the video, otherwise set 0.

showloading
It sets a loading bar display mode.
Possible values of this parameter: autohide, always or never.

buffershowbg
Set the value of this parameter 0 to hide a background color of the buffering message, otherwise set it 1.

margin
It sets a margin of the video relative to the Flash player.
If you set an integer positive value of this parameter a player frame is shown, otherwise it isn't.
For example, you set margin=5. In this case a frame of 5px width is shown on the periphery of the video.
If you set margin=0 there is no frame on the periphery of the video.

startimage
Defines URL of a JPEG file (not progressive) to be shown before loading video.
When the video is converted you get the file start_frame.jpg with a start image (a black rectangle).
If you want to set another start image do the following:
1. Put your JPG file into the same place as the video file.
2. Set the value of startimage as URL of your image.

top1
This parameter lets you add an image (logo, for example) over the video. Just set URL and coordinates of the image separated by | (URL|x|y), for example my_logo.jpg|160|120.

srt
This parameter lets show SRT subtitles.
If you want to show subtitles do the following:
1. Set srt=1.
2. Create or add a file with .SRT extention and UTF-8 encoding. The file must be at the same place as the video file and have the same name.
For example, if the video file is my_video.flv the name of its subtitle must be my_video.srt. You should create an .SRT file for each video file.
There are some FREE programs for creating .SRT files:

Workshop

SubMagic

SubtitleCreator

SubCreator

If you don't want to show subtitles just set srt=0.

srturl
If you don't want an automatic detection of the subtitles file set its URL manually.

showswitchsubtitles
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Showing/Hiding subtitles button, otherwise set showswitchsubtitles=0.

showtitleandstartimage
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the title and the start image at the same time, otherwise set 0.

You can also set colors of the player elements to match your web site:

playercolor
It sets a color of the player bar.

bgcolor
It sets a background color of the player.

bgcolor1
It sets the first (upper) color of the player background gradient (important only if it's set an integer positive value of margin parameter).

bgcolor2
It sets the second (lower) color of the player background gradient (important only if it's set an integer positive value of margin parameter).

buttoncolor
It sets a color of buttons.

buttonovercolor
It sets a hover color of player buttons.

slidercolor1
It sets the first (upper) color of the seek bar gradient.

slidercolor2
It sets the second (lower) color of the seek bar gradient.

sliderovercolor
It sets a hover color of the seek bar.

loadingcolor
It sets a color of the loading bar.

iconplaycolor
It sets a color of the Play icon button.

iconplaybgcolor
It sets a background color of the Play icon button.

buffercolor
It sets a color of the buffering message.

bufferbgcolor
It sets a background color of the buffering message.

titlecolor
It sets a color of the title.

srtcolor
It sets a color of subtitles.

srtbgcolor
It sets a background color of subtitles.

videobgcolor
It sets a background color of the flash, when no video is shown.

Besides you can navigate your video using a keyboard:

space
Play/Pause

P
Play/Pause

S
Stop

C
Show/Hide subtitles

F
Fullscreen mode

left
5 seconds backward

right
5 seconds forward

up
Volume up

down
Volume down

+
Volume up

-
Volume down

You can also control the player with Javascript:

PLAY
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsPlay", "");

PAUSE
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsPause", "");

STOP
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsStop", "");

Volume level
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsVolume", "50");

Change URL of FLV video (press Play for this)
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsUrl", "http://my.flv");

Set a start image
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsStartImage", "my.jpg");

Set a seekbar position (in seconds)
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsSetPosition", "123");

Classic Flash Player Settings
When the video is converted you get the file 01.xml and the following HTML code:
<object id="player" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="player_flv_classic.swf" width="320" height="240">
<param name="movie" value="player_flv_classic.swf" />
<param name="wmode" value="opaque" />
<param name="allowScriptAccess" value="sameDomain" />
<param name="quality" value="high" />
<param name="menu" value="true" />
<param name="autoplay" value="false" />
<param name="autoload" value="false" />
<param name="FlashVars" value="configxml=01.xml" />
</object>

There are some parameters in the file 01.xml which you can change by yourself. They are:

width
It sets the video width (in pixels). This parameter has to be an integer positive value.
The minimal value is 220 pixels.
This parameter is seen in the file and in the upper code. And so if you change its value you must change it twice.

height
It sets the video height (in pixels). This parameter has to be an integer positive value.
The minimal value is 120 pixels.
This parameter is seen in the file and in the upper code. And so if you change its value you must change it twice.

autoplay
It sets automatic or manual start of the video playback.
Possible values of this parameter:
If the value is 1 / true playback starts automatically after loading a web page, otherwise (autoplay=0 / false) playback starts after pressing the Play button.

autoload
It sets automatic loading of the video.
Possible values of this parameter:
If the value is 1 / true the video starts loading automatically, otherwise (autoload=0 / false) loading begins after pressing the Play button.

buffer
It sets a number of seconds to buffer.

title
It sets a title shown before loading video.

loop
It sets automatic loop playback.
Possible values of this parameter:
If the value is 1 flash player supports loop playback, otherwise (loop=0) it doesn't.

loadonstop
Set the value of this parameter 0 to stop video loading by clicking on the Stop button, otherwise set it 1.

You can add or remove player elements and buttons:

margin
It sets a margin of the video relative to the Flash player.
If you set an integer positive value of this parameter a player frame is shown, otherwise it isn't.
For example, you set margin=5. In this case a frame of 5px width is shown on the periphery of the video.
If you set margin=0 there is no frame on the periphery of the video.

srt
This parameter lets show SRT subtitles.
If you want to show subtitles do the following:
1. Set srt=1.
2. Create or add a file with .SRT extention and UTF-8 encoding. The file must be at the same place as the video file and have the same name.
For example, if the video file is my_video.flv the name of its subtitle must be my_video.srt. You should create an .SRT file for each video file.
There are some FREE programs for creating SRT files:

Workshop

SubMagic

SubtitleCreator

SubCreator

If you don't want to show subtitles just set srt=0.

showstop
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Stop button, otherwise set showstop=0.

showvolume
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Volume Control, otherwise set showvolume=0.

showtime
Set the value of this parameter 1 to show the Time area, otherwise set showtime=0.

startimage
Defines URL of the JPEG file (not progressive) to be shown before loading video.
When the video is converted you get the file start_frame.jpg with a start image (a black rectangle).
If you want to set another start image do the following:
1. Put your JPG file into the same place as the video file.
2. Set the value of startimage as URL of your image.

You can also set colors of the player elements to match your web site:

playercolor
It sets a color of the player bar.

loadingcolor
It sets a color of the loading bar.

bgcolor
It sets a background color of the player.

bgcolor1
It sets the first (upper) color of the player background gradient (important only if it's set an integer positive value of the margin parameter).

bgcolor2
It sets the second (lower) color of the player background gradient (important only if it's set an integer positive value of the margin parameter).

buttoncolor
It sets a color of buttons.

buttonovercolor
It sets a hover color of player buttons.

slidercolor1
It sets the first (upper) color of the seek bar gradient.

slidercolor2
It sets the second (lower) color of the seek bar gradient.

sliderovercolor
It sets a hover color of the seek bar.

Besides you can navigate your video using a keyboard:

P
Play/Pause

S
Stop

left
5 seconds backward

right
5 seconds forward

You can also control the player with Javascript:

PLAY
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsPlay", "");

PAUSE
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsPause", "");

STOP
document.getElementById("myFlash").SetVariable("player:jsStop", "");

Mini Flash Player Settings
When the video is converted you get the following HTML code:
<object id="player" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"
data="player_flv_mini.swf" width="320" height="240">
<param name="movie" value="player_flv_mini.swf" />
<param name="wmode" value="opaque" />
<param name="allowScriptAccess" value="sameDomain" />
<param name="quality" value="high" />
<param name="menu" value="true" />
<param name="autoplay" value="false" />
<param name="autoload" value="false" />
<param name="FlashVars" value="flv=01.flv&width=320&height=240&autoplay=0
&autoload=0&buffer=5&playercolor=000000&loadingcolor=838383&buttoncolor=ffffff
&slidercolor=ffffff" />
</object>

There are some parameters in the code which you can change by yourself. They are:

width
It sets the video width (in pixels). This parameter has to be an integer positive value.
The minimal value is 160 pixels.
This parameter is seen twice in the code and so if you change its value you must change it twice.

height
It sets the video height (in pixels). This parameter has to be an integer positive value.
The minimal value is 120 pixels.
This parameter is seen twice in the code and so if you change its value you must change it twice.

autoplay
It sets automatic or manual start of the video playback.
Possible values of this parameter:
If the value is 1 / true playback starts automatically after loading the web page, otherwise (autoplay=0 / false) playback starts after pressing the Play button.

autoload
It sets automatic loading of the video.
Possible values of this parameter:
If the value is 1 / true the video starts loading automatically, otherwise (autoload=0 / false) loading begins after pressing the Play button.

buffer
It sets a number of seconds to buffer.

You can also set colors of the player elements to match your web site:

playercolor
It sets a color of the player bar.

loadingcolor
It sets a color of the loading bar.

buttoncolor
It sets a color of buttons.

slidercolor
It sets a color of the seek bar.

sliderovercolor
It sets a hover color of the seek bar.

Besides you can navigate your video using a keyboard:

P
Play/Pause

S
Stop

left
5 seconds backward

right
5 seconds forward

Video flash player settings
When the video is converted you get xml file and the following HTML code:
                
<div id="videoPlayer">
    <script type="text/javascript" src="swfobject/swfobject.js"</script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="swfobject/swfmacmousewheel.js"</script>
			        
    <script type="text/javascript">
        
                var flashvars = {
            htmlPage: document.location,
            currCateg: swfobject.getQueryParamValue("currCateg"),
            currVideo: swfobject.getQueryParamValue("currVideo"),
            settingsFile: "settings.xml"
        };
                var params = {
            allowFullScreen: "true",
            allowScriptAccess: "always"
        };
                var attributes = {
            id: "videoPlayer",
            name: "videoPlayer"
        };
                swfobject.embedSWF("videoPlayer.swf", "videoPlayer", "550", "400", "9.0.115", 
                    "swfobject/expressInstall.swf", flashvars, params, attributes);
                swfmacmousewheel.registerObject(attributes.id);
</script> </div>

There are three sections in xml file:

  • 1. Options
    • autoResize - if this option is set to true then the player will be displayed on the whole stage
    • width and height - use these options if you want not to use the whole stage (these options will be ignored if autoResize=true)
    • buttons space - set the distance between the buttons on the controls bar (pixels)
    • buttons display - set the order in which you want the buttons to appear in controls bar
    • button sound - if this option is set to true, a faint sound will be heard when clicking a button
    • showMiddlePlayBtn - if this option is set to true then Middle Play Button will be displayed when the video is stopped or paused
    • controls bar hide - if this option is set to true, the controls bar will auto-hide if during a given time in seconds there is no user activity
    • controls bar hideDelay - the time in seconds since the last user activity, after which the control bar autohides
    • videos buffer - the time in seconds needed to be pre-downloaded before the video starts to play
    • keepAspectRatio - if this option is set to false then the video will be shown on the entire player area
    • autoLoad - if this option is set to true than the player will start loading the video at startup
    • autoPlay - if this option is set to true then the player will start playing the video at startup (it will ignore autoLoad option)
    • jumpToNextCategory - if this option is set to true, and playContinuously is also set to true, the player will move to the first video in the next category after the last video in the current category is finished
    • loop - if this option is set to true then the player will replay the video
    • random - if this option is set to true then the player will randomly play a new video when the current one reached the end, and if autoPlay is set to true.
    • volume default - the default volume
    • volume format - the volume bar can be set to be either vertical or horizontal
    • watermark visible - if this option is set to true then a Watermark image will be displayed over the video
    • watermark position - the value can be TL, TR, BL, BR (T-top, B-bottom, R-Right, L-Left)
    • tooltip visible - if this option is set to true, auto-resizeable tooltips will appear to hint the user on each button's function
    • tooltip hideDelay - the time in seconds before the tooltip autohides, after the mouse pointer has moved away from the button
    • listeners spaceKey - if this option is set to true then when the space key is pressed the video will toggle play-pause events
    • listeners click - if this option is set to true then when the background area is clicked the video will toggle play-pause events
    • listeners doubleClick - if this option is set to true, double clicking inside the player area will switch in and out of full screen mode
    • cursor hide - if this option is set to true, the mouse pointer will auto-hide if during a given time in seconds there is no user activity
    • cursor hideDelay - the time in seconds since the last user activity, after which the mouse pointer autohides
    • playlist size - the playlist's height (for top/bottom alignment) or its width (for left/right alignment), measured in pixels
    • playlist thumbWidth - the width of the thumb images inside the playlist; measured in pixels
    • playlist thumbHeight - the height of the thumb images inside the playlist; measured in pixels
    • playlist thumbPadding - the distance between the playlist's thumbs, measured in pixels
    • description visible - if this option is set to true, the video's description will be shown at the bottom of the player
    • description size - the height, in pixels, of the description area

  • 2. Colors
    • playerBackground - the video's background color
    • preloader:
      • background - the background's color
      • bckAlpha - the background's alpha
      • text - the percentage's color
      • circle - the rotating circle's color
    • middlePlayBtn:
      • arrowNormal - the arrow's color for the normal state
      • bckNormal - the background's color for the normal state
      • alphaNormal - the alpha value for the normal state
      • arrowOver - the arrow's color for the over state
      • bckOver - the background's color for the over state
      • alphaOver - the alpha value for the over state
      • arrowDown - the arrow's color for the press state
      • bckDown - the background's color for the press state
      • alphaDown - the alpha value for the press state
    • controllerBackground - the Control bar's background color
    • controllerButtons:
      • normal - the buttons color for the normal state
      • over - the buttons color for the over state
      • down - the buttons color for the press state
    • volume:
      • border - the volume's bar border color
      • background - the volume's bar background color
      • speaker - the speaker's button color
      • bar - the volume's bar color
    • volumeScrubBtn:
      • brdNormal - the scrub volume button's border color for the normal state
      • bckNormal - the scrub volume button's background color for the normal state
      • brdOver - the scrub volume button's border color for the over state
      • bckOver - the scrub volume button's background color for the over state
      • brdDown - the scrub volume button's border color for the press state
      • bckDown - the scrub volume button's background color for the press state
    • progressBar:
      • border - the progress bar's border color
      • background - the progress bar's backgound color
      • elapse - the elapsed time bar's color
      • download - the downloaded time bar's color
    • progressScrubBtn:
      • brdNormal - the scrub video button's border color for the normal state
      • bckNormal - the scrub video button's background color for the normal state
      • brdOver - the scrub video button's border color for the over state
      • bckOver - the scrub video button's background color for the over state
      • brdDown - the scrub video button's border color for the press state
      • bckDown - the scrub video button's background color for the press state
    • times - the color for Elapsed Time and Total time (visible on Control bar)
    • share:
      • background - the overlay's color
      • bckAlpha - the overlay's alpha
      • boxBck - the texts and buttons box background color
      • boxBckAlpha - the texts and buttons box alpha
      • labels - the labels ("Link to this video", "Embed this video" and "Send to a friend") text's color
      • errorText - the error or confirmation text's color
      • text - the input text's color
      • textBck - the input text's background color
      • textBrd - the input text's border color
      • btnsNormal - the buttons color for the normal state
      • btnsOver - the buttons color for the over state
      • btnsDown - the buttons color for the press state
    • playlist:
      • background - the description's backround color
      • line - the color of the line separating the playlist from the area on the left
      • thumbBck - the thumbs background's color
      • thumbNormalAlpha - the transparency degree of the thumb when in normal state (0 completely transparent, 100 completely opaque)
      • thumbOverAlpha - the transparency degree of the thumb when the mouse pointer is over it (0 completely transparent, 100 completely opaque)
      • thumbSelectedAlpha - the transparency degree of the thumb when it is selected (0 completely transparent, 100 completely opaque)
      • title - the video title's color, displayed in the playlist
      • description - the description text's color, displayed in the playlist
    • category:
      • bckNormal - the category name's backround color, in normal state
      • titleNormal - the category name's text color, in normal state
      • bckOver - the category name's backround color, in mouse over state
      • titleOver - the category name's text color, in mouse over state
      • bckSelected - the category name's backround color, when the category is selected
      • titleSelected - the category name's text color, when the category is selected
    • description:
      • background - the description's backround color
      • line - the color of the line separating the description from the above area
      • title - the video title's color, displayed in the description area
      • description - the description text's color, displayed in the description area
    • scrollBar:
      • trackBar - the color of the scroll's trackbar
      • scrubBrdNormal - the color of the scroll button's border, when it is in normal state
      • scrubBckNormal - the color of the scroll button's background, when it is in normal state
      • scrubBrdOver - the color of the scroll button's border, when it is in over state
      • scrubBckOver - the color of the scroll button's backround, when it is in over state
      • scrubBrdDown - the color of the scroll button's border, when it is in pressed state
      • scrubBckDown - the color of the scroll button's backround, when it is in pressed state
    • caption:
      • size - the caption text's height
      • color - the color of the caption's text
      • glowColor - the color of the glow surrounding the characters in the caption
    • tooltip:
      • bckColor - the tooltip's background color
      • txtColor - the color of the tooltip's text
      • alpha - the opaqueness of the tooltip, set as percent.

  • 3. Video
    • videoPath - the video file's path goes here
    • previewImage - the preview image file's path goes here
    • watermarkPath - the watermark image file's path goes here
    • watermarkLink - the link that will be opened when watermark image is clicked
    • title - the video's title that will be displayed by the player
    • description - the video's description text
    • caption - the path to the file that contains your comments or subtitles

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