3 Replies Latest reply on Sep 3, 2008 9:45 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Flash Player for Dreamweaver

    thewakeplace.com
      Hi All

      Does anyone know of a good and reliable flash player that i can put into pages in Dreamweaver?
      I am currently using the 'import flash video' function within Dreamweaver and my videos are becoming Jumpy and un-consistent.

      Here is what i mean: http://www.thewakeplace.com/videos/Harley_Feature.html

      I just need a plain looking player that streams the videos in a clean way. Just like how vimeo.com seem to do.

      Many Thanks in Advance

      JP
        • 1. Re: Flash Player for Dreamweaver
          Level 7
          thewakeplace.com wrote:
          > Hi All
          >
          > Does anyone know of a good and reliable flash player that i can put into
          > pages in Dreamweaver?
          > I am currently using the 'import flash video' function within Dreamweaver and
          > my videos are becoming Jumpy and un-consistent.
          >
          > Here is what i mean: http://www.thewakeplace.com/videos/Harley_Feature.html
          >
          > I just need a plain looking player that streams the videos in a clean way.
          > Just like how vimeo.com seem to do.

          Its not the player thats the problem, its your encoding. Play about with
          different encoding options until you find one that works best for you.

          Dooza
          • 2. Re: Flash Player for Dreamweaver
            Level 7
            Dooza posted in macromedia.dreamweaver:

            > thewakeplace.com wrote:
            [snip]
            >> my videos are becoming Jumpy and un-consistent.
            >>
            >> Here is what i mean:
            >> http://www.thewakeplace.com/videos/Harley_Feature.html
            >>
            >> I just need a plain looking player that streams the videos in a
            >> clean way.
            >> Just like how vimeo.com seem to do.
            >
            > Its not the player thats the problem, its your encoding. Play
            > about with different encoding options until you find one that
            > works best for you.

            Indeed. 3000Kpbs is way too high. JP, I would shoot for something in
            the range of 300Kpbs for high-speed connections.


            --
            Mark A. Boyd
            Keep-On-Learnin' :)
            • 3. Re: Flash Player for Dreamweaver
              Level 7
              And just a by the way - if DW can't get Flash playback right, then nobody
              can, I'd guess.

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              "Mark A. Boyd" <lingoboyd@mboydDotcom.invalid> wrote in message
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              > Dooza posted in macromedia.dreamweaver:
              >
              >> thewakeplace.com wrote:
              > [snip]
              >>> my videos are becoming Jumpy and un-consistent.
              >>>
              >>> Here is what i mean:
              >>> http://www.thewakeplace.com/videos/Harley_Feature.html
              >>>
              >>> I just need a plain looking player that streams the videos in a
              >>> clean way.
              >>> Just like how vimeo.com seem to do.
              >>
              >> Its not the player thats the problem, its your encoding. Play
              >> about with different encoding options until you find one that
              >> works best for you.
              >
              > Indeed. 3000Kpbs is way too high. JP, I would shoot for something in
              > the range of 300Kpbs for high-speed connections.
              >
              >
              > --
              > Mark A. Boyd
              > Keep-On-Learnin' :)