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FlowPlayer Open Source Flash Video Player for Web

Posted · Category: GPL License, Video

FlowPlayer is a Flash media player. You can use it on your HTML pages to play video files. “It is your personal YouTube”. It is highly customizable which upports all the features you’ll possibly need and these features can be configured the way you like. Look and feel is important to us. FlowPlayer’s skin is flexible and will smoothly melt into your site. Progressive downloading, solid streming, long play features, playlists, fullscreen mode and etc… Everything you’ll need to provide rich user experience. Flowplayer is licenced under the GPL license so it’s free too.


Requirements: Flash 9
Demo: http://flowplayer.org/
License: GPL License

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  • http://www.dedestruct.com Ayush Saran

    Awsome! I was looking for something that would play FLV files

  • http://designerfied.com Jake

    Its nice but the only problem I have with it is when you full screen a video, the player will have a ugly water mark in the bottom right corner.

  • http://www.logicweb.com Chad

    This is very nice. Although the watermark might be annoying, its fair to give credit where credit is due. Its open source after all.

    LogicWeb…a smart web solution

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  • http://designerfied.com Jake

    True, but I think a right click option like on Jeroenwijering’s FLV player would be better. Other than that this player is so easy to edit.

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  • http://mp3death.us/k9d/ starpause

    I agree w/ Chad, but not is FlowPlayer free as in beer, it is also GPL3 licensed and you can read the source code (to build your own video player, with or without watermarks in fullscreen mode).

    Big respect to the FlowPlayer team!

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  • http://www.gnosere.ru Mario

    I think its good, but there is no feature to save position for future continue playing

  • QA

    I was looking for an open source audio player and stumbled upon this. Good to know about! I may use this some time.

    Open source for the win!

  • Bob Shapiro


    All of my video files are captured in .mpg2 – would like to stream these .mpg video files on a website. Will your software be able to do that?



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