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Make Flash Banner Online – Much Easier than You Think

Got attracted by those twinkles from flash banners when surfing on the Internet? Got depressed also because you think it must be very difficult to make one like that on your own?

No worries, the flash-banner-making process is much easier than you think and has a lot of fun, let’s figure it out how:

All we need is an online flash banner maker program called BannerSnack, it’s a very handy and powerful online tool for making flash banners with just 3 steps: Create, Animate and Publish. Believe me, it’s quite convenient cause you don’t even have to download the program, just spend one minute to sign up and start to make your unique flash banners online right away. By the way, it’s totally free!

Step 1: Create New Flash Banner – Choose a banner size from up to 14 options and set background either with color/image, or none.

create flash banner-size

create flash banner-background

Step 2: Animate Flash Banner – Add text or image, then customize the effects by clicking “Filters”, “Build in” and “Build out” tabs. Preview and proceed to make another slide(layer) if necessary.

animate flash banner

Step 3: Click “Save” to publish the customized banner and copy the Embed Code so that you can put it in your blog and any website.

publish flash banner

When it’s published, the flash banner you created will look something like this:

It’s pretty cool but want to get another challenge to make a complete flash instead the flash banner? Just scroll down and it only needs two steps:

I. We need a Video4Web Converter which can convert almost all your video formats like WMV, ASF, WMA, AVI, RMVB, RM, RA, MOV, QT VOB, MPEG etc at hand to web-ready flash video formats like FLV, H.264 coded MP4, MOV, 3GP and 3G2.

II. Moyea Web Player, a Web FLV player creator that can hold above flash video contents and inserted in any personal blog, forum and website for playback.

Enjoy flash!

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How to Create H.264 Web FLV Player

Adobe Flash Player is the well-known carrier that used to deliver videos over the Internet in the format of FLV(Flash Video). The reason is Adobe Flash Player has been installed in 98% netizens’ computers and of course, the webmasters hope their webpages can be viewed by as many people as possible.

In this circumstance, flash video format FLV is hot. Also, because of the complete support from popular video-sharing websites like YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo! Video and so on, it’s hotter. However, FLV is not the only format that works with flash player. The most recent public releases of flash player also support H.264 video, such as H.264 coded MP4, MOV, 3GP and 3G2 due to the fact that although the flash video format itself is open, the codecs used with it are patented. And flash video FLV files usually contain material encoded with codecs.

The following tutorial shows exactly how to create a Web FLV player using H.264 coded files. Let’s have a look:

Step 1: Launch Moyea Web Player(which is a handy flash video player creator and customizer) and input H.264 coded files(H.264 coded MOV for example) or other flash video formats.(Click to learn how to convert to flash videos for free.)

Step 2: Click “Template” button and customize flash video player through the following options.
a. Click “Style” tab to choose a player skin.

b. Click “Options” tab to set other actions for player.

c. Click “AddOns” tab to choose plugin(s) for player.

d. Click “Misc” tab for other options, “background color”, for example.


Step 3:
On “Publish” interface, choose a publish path, and then click “Publish” button to publish the customized player.

Step 4: 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 below into your own website, blog or forum.
<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','500','450','9');
so.addParam('wmode','opaque');
so.addParam('quality','high');
so.addParam('allowfullscreen','true');
so.addParam('allowscriptaccess','always');
so.write("flashcontent");
</script>

It’s even easier now by just using the free FLV player embedded code and all you have to do is to replace the video link you are going to play inside the player. Enjoy!
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