An XML-driven Flash applet that you can embed into most web pages to provide streaming Flash video to your site visitors. Over a dozen configuration options are supported. If you’re a Flash developer who needs a Flash video component, you should use the FLVamp component.
|Stream .flv (Flash Video) feeds from your website quickly and easily with this applet|
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Over two dozen XML configuration options can be set using an external XML configuration file. Only a simple text editor, like Textpad, is needed to edit the XML. Change settings like logo path, click URL, brightness, position of controls, transparency, color, and many more!
FLV video and non-progressive JPG logo are loaded externally from files. The paths to these files are set in the XML configuration. 100% of the Flash 2004 Professional source code is included, as well as a .dtd file to help validate your XML syntax.
Change the XML configuration filename by editing the HTML file that loads the applet, as shown here. Please note that this edit must be done in two separate places. By doing this, you can have multiple instances of the applet on a single HTML page, by giving each XML file a different name.