Now convert your movies to Flash and get them on the Web! CoffeeCup Web Video Player converts MPGs, AVIs, MOVs and WMVs to Flash quickly and easily. Just choose your videos and pick a player skin, and you'll be ready to upload your movies.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:23
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Description: Now convert your movies to Flash and get them on the Web! CoffeeCup Web Video Player converts MPGs, AVIs, MOVs and WMVs to Flash quickly and easily. Just choose your videos and pick a player skin, and you'll be ready to upload your movies, clips, or favorite videos to your Website. With CoffeeCup Web Video Player, adding one or multiple movies to your Website has never been more simple. You can convert any movie or video in a snap. No HTML, Flash, or movie skills are required. You can choose different players to match your site and different quality and sizes to make automatic uploading and streaming a breeze. You can also add one movie or many to your player and an automatic playlist will be created. It's as easy as one, two, three!
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