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Add Michael Jackson’s Music Video to Your Blog or Website

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There are many ways to memorize someone. One of the best ways to memorize Michael Jackson is to remember his profound contribution to music and charity all the world.

Download Michael Jackson’s music videos from Youtube and keep it in your iPod with Leawo Youtube Download and FLV Converter or upload those classical music videos to your blog and website and make a custom flash video player for these videos with Moyea Web player (http://www.playerdiy.com/ ) to let more people share the Michael Jackson moments.

At least, that’s the little thing we can do, as one of the loyal Michael Jackson’s fans, to express our love, miss and respect.

Since I have uploaded some very famous Michael Jackson’s music videos to my blog, many friends of mine are asking how to do that? Ok, no problem, the below simply tutorial will tell you how to upload Michael Jackson’s music videos to your blog or website:

Step 1: First upload the flash videos (the format can be FLV, H.264 coded MP4, MOV, 3GP, 3G2, etc) that you want to play on your blog or website to a sever, then get the link addresses. (We upload them to www.blip.tv.com here for example)

Step 2 : Open Moyea Webplayer and click "Add URL" to input those flash videos’ link addresses from Step 1.



Step 3: Select a video to edit:

a. Adjust the video order

b. Capture pictures during video playing

c. Rename video

d. Type the address where the video will lead to after playing

e. Type the address where the video will lead to when clicking



Step 4: Click "Template" to preview the web player you have created so far. If you don’t like the default player skin, choose another one from the left panel.



Step 5: Click "Option" tab, then "User define area", choose "none" to remove Embed and URL information on the screen.



Step 6: On "Publish" interface, choose a publish path, and then publish the customized player.



Step 7: Upload all the published files except the index.html file, to the same folder of a web server (you can easily search a free hosting on google). And then copy and past the embed code on the following interface into your blog.

Note: mwplayer.swf is the actual flash video player, and the swfobject.js is an adobe flash object file, you point to them with links.



Then the player with the videos will show on your blog.

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Share Your Michael Jackson Memories


Michael Jackson - Smooth Criminal


“(CNN) -- Entertainer Michael Jackson died after being taken to a hospital on Thursday(June 25) having suffered cardiac arrest, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner's office.

Paramedics took Jackson, 50, from his west Los Angeles home Thursday afternoon to UCLA Medical Center, where a team of physicians attempted to resuscitate him for more than an hour, said brother Jermaine Jackson. He said the famed singer was pronounced dead at 2:26 p.m. PT.”

- excerpt from CNN



Michael Jackson, our King of Pop, the eighth child of the Jackson family, he made his début onto the professional music scene at the age of 11 as a member of The Jackson 5 in 1969, and began a solo career in 1971 while still a member of the group. Jackson was referred to as the "King of Pop" in subsequent years; his 1982 album Thriller is the world's best-selling record of all time and four other solo studio albums are also among the world's best-selling records: Off the Wall (1979), Bad (1987), Dangerous (1991) and history (1995).



Below are famous songs sang by Michael Jackson -

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Share your memories of Michael Jackson here and what, if anything, you plan to do to mark his passing. Does one of Jackson's songs resonate for you or perfectly crystallize a moment of your life? I'll be checking back for your replies.


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How to make custom flash video player in your website, blog to share video with your friends


Make flash video player for playing live streaming video / TV in Adobe Flash CS3 / 4

To broadcast live streaming media on web page, we need to make a special flash video player to receive the live streaming digital signal from your streaming server (such as Adobe Flash Media Server).



Below is a step by step tutorial about how to do this in Adobe Flash CS4.




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Step 1. Launch Adobe Flash CS4 Professional on your computer. Create a new ActionScript 3.0 document which is 640*480 pixels.



Step 2. Drag and drop the FLVPlayback component to the Stage and set its dimensions to 640*480.

The FLVPlayback component and the FLV Playback Custom UI controls appear in the Components panel, as shown in the following figure (Figure 1):

Figure 1

Step 3. Select the FLVPlayback component on the Stage and open the Properties panel in Flash CS4 (or click the Parameters tab in Flash CS3).

Double-click the source parameter and input the URL of the live stream rtmp://localhost/live/livestream. Click OK to finish this setting. Now you have told Flash where to get the live stream source data, but you haven't told Flash to play the live stream (see Step 6).



Step 4. Select the FLVPlayback component on the Stage. In the Property inspector, name the instance myVideo.



Step 5. Add a new layer to the live streaming video and name it actions (see Figure 2).

Figure 2

Step 6. Select the first frame of the actions layer and press F9 to open the Actions panel.

In the Script pane enter:

myVideo.isLive = true;

The isLive property of the FLVPlayback component can be only two values: true or false. This property works only if the video or TV feed is streaming from Flash Media Server. If you were not using Flash Media Server - that is, progressively downloading the video from an HTTP address - and you set isLive to true, then Flash would simply ignore the ActionScript and nothing would happen.



Step 7. Close the Actions panel, save all the settings and click File > Publish Settings. Select Flash (SWF) and HTML (.html) in the Type list when the Publish Settings dialog box opens. Click Publish. When it finishes, you could close the dialog box, save the Flash file and quit Flash.



Now you know that it is not difficult to make such a web flash video player to play live streaming video or TV on the Internet. Moreover, not only Flash CS4, but also I know another tool can do this even with no coding needed, it is called Moyea Web Player - http://www.playerdiy.com/, which is free. It provides a free RTMP Stream Plugin to receive and play live streaming video in a custom web flash video player. (see Figure 3)





Figure 3

Note that if the rtmp address is with .flv suffix, you need to remove the .flv suffix before put it to the player.

More information about this RTMP Stream Plugin click here - http://www.playerdiy.com/configuration/addons/rtmp.html

And check how to make a custom web flash video player to play live streaming with this RTMP Stream Plugin - http://flash-video-player.blogspot.com/2009/06/play-live-stream-videos-in-flash-video.html

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Play live stream videos in flash video player for web page with RTMP Stream Plugin

Introduction:



RTMP(Real Time Messaging Protocol) is a TCP based propriety protocol developed by Adobe System for the purpose of streaming Audio/Video data between Flash Player and media server.



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RTMP Stream Plugin makes the flash video player, which generated by Moyea Web Player (http://www.playerdiy.com/ ), supports the playback of live streaming videos, SMIL presentations, and streaming videos from RTMP servers: Wowza Media Server, Open Source Red5 server, FMS (Adobe's Flash Media Server) and other RTMP servers. And it makes the flash video player gets the following highlight features:

  • Playback of RTMPT streams
  • Random seeking to any positions of the video timeline
  • Starting playback from any position in the video timeline
  • Playback of live streams
  • Playback of SMIL presentations
  • Playback of streams from multiple RTMP servers
What is Moyea Web Player?



Moyea Web Player (it is free) is an easy-to-use graphical program for customizing skinning flash video player for website, with which, creating a flash video player only needs a few mouse-clicks. Here is its official website: http://www.playerdiy.com/



Where this plugin appears:



If you have installed Moyea Web Player V2.0 and up, this RTMP Stream Plugin will appear on the following interface of the software.



Example:

To play live stream videos in web flash video player, the step-by-step tutorial as below:

Step 1: Click “Add RTMP Stream” on the following interface, and then input streaming video URL (If the video extension is .flv, please don’t include .flv in the URL) into Moyea Web Player



Step 2: Choose “none” to be the value of “User define area” to remove the “Embed & URL” area at the right of the player.





Step 3: Click “Publish” button, and then you could get the above demo.



Stream Videos from Multiple servers,Live Streaming videos and SMIL Presentations

This RTMP Stream Plugin enables the generated flash video player to support the playback of video streams from multiple RTMP servers, the playback of live streaming videos and SMIL presentations. To stream these streaming videos, the procedure is the same as the above example.

Term interpretation:

SMIL (pronounced "smile") stands for Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language, is a W3C recommended XML markup language for describing multimedia presentations. It defines markup for timing, layout, animations, visual transitions, and media embedding, among other things. SMIL allows the presentation of media items such as text, images, video, and audio, as well as links to other SMIL presentations, and files from multiple web servers. SMIL markup is written in XML, and has similarities to HTML.

--Excerpt from Wikipedia

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Related Tutorial:

How to make a web flash video player that can play live streaming video with Adobe Flash CS4





Link to a specific video for playing in a web flash video player

You might have found that many video sharing sites like YouTube have the capability of making visitors playing a specific video into a new page, and this capability makes the large number of videos in better order. And if you want to build a video sharing site like YouTube, you have to achieve this functionality on it.

Below is the detailed tutorial to introduce how to make the flash video player generated by Moyea Web Player (it is free) gets the capability of playing a video in a new page on your video sharing site. This tutorial assumes you are building your site with PHP programming language, and it will cover two ways to achieve, one implements with a playlist file, and other one implements without playlist file.

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1. Implement with a playlist file (it is an .xml file generated by Moyea Web Player):



Embed Code (generated by Moyea web player after publish):



<script type="text/javascript" src="swfobject.js"></script>
<div id="flashcontent">Player will show here</div>
<script type="text/javascript">
var so = new SWFObject('mwplayer.swf','player','450','300','9');
so.addParam('wmode','opaque');
so.addParam('quality','high');
so.addParam('allowfullscreen','true');
so.addParam('allowscriptaccess','always');
so.addParam('flashvars','playerOpts=playItem*0*i||pauseAtFirstFrame*false*b');
so.write("flashcontent");
</script>


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The red words “playItem*0*I” is the actual video file. When “playerOpts=playItem*0*I”, it means the player is playing the first video in playlist. By analogy, when “playerOpts=playItem*1*I”, it means the player is playing the second video.

2. Implement with no playlsit file:

Embed Code:

<script type="text/javascript" src="swfobject.js"></script>
<div id="flashcontent">Player will show here</div>
<script type="text/javascript">
var so = new SWFObject('mwplayer.swf','player','450','300','9');
so.addParam('wmode','opaque');
so.addParam('quality','high');
so.addParam('allowfullscreen','true');
so.addParam('allowscriptaccess','always');
so.addParam('flashvars','playerOpts=playListPath*^^../../videos/Web Player.flv^../../videos/

Web Player.jpg*s||pauseAtFirstFrame*false*b||noWatchBtn*true*b||noPlayListBtn*true*b');
so.write("flashcontent");
</script>

The red words “^../../videos/Web Player.flv^../../videos/Web Player.jpg*s” means the player is playing the video named “Web Player.flv” and its thumbnail is “Web Player.jpg” and, the video and its thumbnail reside in a folder named “videos”.

You could click here to download the original PHP and HTML codes about the above examples for studying.



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