Easy Video Player (Client Version) – Getting Started

Module 1 - Easy Video Player Overview: Getting Started

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I thought this could help me hit two birds with one stone by posting it as today's feature article because it should help answer some of the email I've gotten on questions about what the back end of the player looks like.  And, more specifically, how is it that I'm able to display call-to-action buttons and opt-in forms -- like the one in a post earlier this week.

In fact, in addition to seamlessly being able to distribute streaming videos via Amazon Web Service's Cloudfront, it even allows you to overlay call-to-action images, redirects and hotspot overlays on top of  YouTube videos.  You can see how it's done in the video.  Take a look.  Then let me know what you think.  What business applications can you think of for this?


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2 Responses to Easy Video Player (Client Version) – Getting Started

  1. jsweeting says:

    Now this is truly an amazing concept, its almost ridiculous by nature. I gotta learn this, no one is doing it.

    • Mel Aclaro says:

      Heh heh heh.  Read on, my friend. Read on.  This is the first video in a series. Stay tuned for more. :) 

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