SWF and FLV Player

Ever wish you could play those YouTube videos even though you're not connected to the internet?

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There are ways to download YouTube videos to your hard disk, but when they do get saved (as FLV files), how can you view them?

Eltima Software (Eltima.com) has an SWF and FLV Player (which I found out via GiveAwayOfTheDay.com) whose PRO version usually retails for $19.95, but just for today, is being given away for free.

It has a cool and slick look, and I was looking forward to chance to use the zoom feature. Alas, the zoom apparently works only with SWF files (YouTube files are usually saved as FLV).

All is not lost, though. With Eltima's SWF & FLV Player, you can load several flash video files and build a playlist, and then have the player go through the list for you.

If you're feeling uninspired (probably because your internet connection is down), then load up the flash video player, watch those videos you downloaded, and regain your inspiration by the 7th video, or by the time your internet connection is restored.

Anyway, you might still have time to get the $19.95 PRO version for free. Check it out soon, ok?

[ First posted on 09/25/2007 by Manuel Viloria ]

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