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Suggestion of a good free web video player?

Friends,
 
In our website we have a video player that pulls mp4 videos from our server. The video player is Projekktor (a free solution) that we are using since two years ago.
 
Along this time it has worked so-so but now we are experiencing severe problems. In some computers it refuses to pull the videos and says that the video server is not responding. At first I imagined that it could be a cross-domain issue but it works in some computers and not in others (even in our intranet, same network, same browser version, etc). It will work (or not) in different browsers and versions. Very unstable.
 
I tried to update the player but figured out that Projekktor website is offline, so probably they are off of the business.
 
I would like to know what video players are you using successfully. Any suggestions of reliable web video players (preferably free) will be welcome.
 
We run Windows servers.
 
Thanks!
asked Jul 13 in MultiStore by Yan Kleber (960 points)

1 Answer

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The easiest way would be to build a YouTube channel on YouTube.com for free and then embed the code in the pages where you need them. YouTube will account for the device viewing the video and adjust. No loading multiple formats of video or updating plugins when things change.

You may want to adjust what is shown after the video and YouTube allows you to remove the auto suggest videos as well.

If you spend time with the description you can also gain traffic from the videos to your website.

You can also keep these video private and not in the YouTube search if you are a wholesaler and do not want the videos in the main stream search on YouTube.

There are lots of options.
answered Aug 15 by seasonalsin (255 points)

Actually we already tried this a few years ago but it didn't work for us.

We have a huge weekly load of videos so youtube is not the best option for us.

Also we have our own server and it has worked well for us do move back to YT would be kind of step back. The problem is really at the backend (video player) and we are in the hope of find a good one.

But thank you for contribute! smiley

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