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JW FLV Media Player 4.4
The skinning functionality allows you to completely customize its look and its plugin architecture allows you to easily extend the player with features such as sharing, recommendations, searching, analytics and ad serving.
All documentation of the JW Player can be found in the JW Player Wiki. The Wiki also includes our product roadmap, source code and bug tickets. Here are some direct links:
1. Release overview and complete change log for the JW FLV Player.
If you’ve created a CMS module that embeds the player in an existing CMS (or you’ve found one online), please submit it here.
Also, make sure to check out one of our many tutorials, which cover topics such as:
1. Embedding a flash object in your site (simple embed and SWFObject).
LongTail receives a lot of requests for creating customized versions of our player. In most cases, a clever flashvars setting can provide the solution you’re looking for, so please check this list of flashvars or the setup wizard. Also, remember we’re always expanding the player’s functionality, so check out the new features that will be plugged into the next update.
If you still can’t find what you’re looking for and you’re familiar with ActionScript, you can change the player yourself. To get started, we've provided a PDF with clear overview of the application structure. And remember, you can review all the source code from the Wiki.
Here's a list with some frequently-encountered problems.
1. If you want to play YouTube videos, make sure to upload the yt.swf to the same directory as the player.swf! The yt.swf serves as a small proxy; it is included in the download.