Video-How To Add The Flash JW Player To Your Site

Here is a short video that shows how to stream videos on your blog using JW Player.

You will learn how to configure and customize this popular free video player and put it on your blog.

This will add a cleaner look to your blog by not having the logos of YouTube, Viddler or other video hosting services on your videos.

I still prefer the look & ease of using Easy Video Player (NOT An Affiliate Link). But if you can not swing the $127 one-time fee then using JW Player is a great & free alternative.

JW Player also offers a commercial license if you think you need one.

Next, I’ll show you how to install, setup and use the Flowplayer flash player. See ya then & thanks for stopping by to read my (and watch) post.

Steve D.

4 thoughts on “Video-How To Add The Flash JW Player To Your Site

    1. Steve

      Hello Diana & thank you for your comment/question.

      When I’m editing the videos using Camtasia Studio, I use the zoom & pan function which allows me to zoom in on certain segments of the captured video frames.

      If you do not have Camtasia Studio and want to use the free CamStudio then you can use a separate magnifier tool from WorkersCollection.com which is free as well.

      I cover all these details in my video series titled Video Marketing videos or for some quick and free info on how to use these tools head over to http://video.answers.com/how-to-zoom-in-camstudio-151574355 and watch the 5 minute video to get all caught up.

      Hope this helps and thanks again for stopping by and reading as well as responding to my post.

      Steve D.

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  1. carlana

    Thank you!! I already use Flowplayer on my site but thanks to your tutorial I now know how to get my image to show up and how to customize the overall look of the player. Sweet!!

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