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Ripe HD flv Player 1.5 Mac & PC

Stream High Definition Videos on Your Website

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It doesn't matter how high-quality your videos are, or how pricey the equipment was that you used to make them, if you don't have a way to present them on your website. Thanks to today's discount software promotion, Ripe HD FLV Player 1.5, you'll not only be able to stream videos, you'll do so in a way that's stunning and impressive.

Ripe HD FLV Player 1.5 lets you stream high definition Flash video content on your website, offering an array of features that include custom advertisements to drive revenue. With support for all video formats that are supported by Flash Player, there's no doubt you'll be up and running quickly with Ripe HD FLV Player 1.5.

In order to motivate your video to go viral, you know that you need to get people talking about it on social networks. Instead of coding to support every Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace out there, why not just use Ripe HD FLV Player 1.5 and enjoy integrated support for sharing to 13 social networks right in the player?

If you've already got your videos uploaded to YouTube and you don't want to move them, don't fret! Ripe HD FLV Player 1.5 is able to stream videos from YouTube, while still offering the cool interface and customization that you crave.

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Ralph Bressler Where did the $99 price come from? THe price on the website is $55!

On the website I found the following statement

We request you to make the payment here for your desired packages and plugins. Once you paid, send us a mail to infohitasoft.com with the following details.

Your Company Name
Domain name (Single domain where the player will be installed)
Type of business
Payment Transaction Id (Optional)

Once we received the details, our support guys will contact you.

This seems to indicate that FIRST I pay and THEN the company will send me program or key or something. WHat does this mean?

I find it interesting that Firefox tells me the website is hosted in the US yet the English on the website is terribly wrong. I know that I could not even attempt to write in Russian or Chinese but the lack of proper English make me feel that the company may not really want my business.
Jul 1 2012 at 12:28am Copy Link
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Jac A. I was really tempted to buy this product, but since it's only for one domain it may not suit my needs... (Unless the "retail price" is set to $99 because it includes more licenses)
Jul 1 2012 at 12:50am Copy Link
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Mike B @Ralph:

The player is a flash object that's intended to be hosted on a webserver so you can have webpages that play videos. So yes, you'd want to install the files on a webserver.

However, you are correct that the demo download package doesn't provide any documentation to speak of.
Jul 1 2012 at 1:11am Copy Link
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Ralph Bressler @ Jac A. Were you able to determine where the $99 price came from or find instructions on how to use the thing?
Jul 1 2012 at 1:14am Copy Link
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Jac A. @Ralph: Since I'm a programmer it wasn't a hassle to figure it out :)

Look at config.xml file (inside "xml" folder) and search for "HDVideoPath", that's the link for your movie. "VideoTitle", "VideoDescription" and the rest are self explanatory.

There are more variables for social sharing, personal sharing (email, etc) but I guess those are beyond the test for now.

Greets!
Jul 1 2012 at 1:41am Copy Link
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Ralph Bressler @Jac A. I too have done a bit of programming and, in fact, taught it for many years. However, when I buy a program I expect at least some minimal documentation. I also expect the program author/distributor to take enough interest to answer questions and address issues here! I hope this will be the case sometime today.
Jul 1 2012 at 5:15am Copy Link
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VLM I'm curious ... I have been under the impression that flash is going the way of the dinosaurs, that newer technologies in HTML5 are rendering flash obsolete. Yes? No?
Jul 1 2012 at 5:35am Copy Link
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Dave McBay Why would I want a Flash-only player when there are others that can serve video in both Flash and HTML5 for all the iPad users out there who can't see Flash? Even Adobe seems to be giving up development on Flash for mobiles.
Jul 1 2012 at 9:58am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea Apologies on the regular price issue. The correct regular price is $55.00 and we've changed the promotion page to reflect this.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 1 2012 at 10:03am Copy Link
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Ralph Bressler Why has the author of this program remained silent? This is another indication that this is a program best avoided!
Jul 1 2012 at 3:52pm Copy Link
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Sivarajan Maharajan Hello Everyone,
We really appreciate all your comments and I agree that you guys are right only. I don't want to say any reason for lack of documents, but usually we help our client installing our product by getting the queries from the email and support tickets. But this time we will make the readme document to explain all what you need. We will try to cover as much as possible.

The regular price is 55$ only. We are working on the HTML5 version also which will be released in the coming months. We know flash is going down slowly, but i pet our player is most attractive player and easy to use and much more better than the other player that you can buy for more than 100 bucks. We have some buyers from bitsdujour already and we started contacting them and helping them till they got it working successfully on their website.

The English in the website is not up to mark and it is been complained by our regular clients too. We will change it as soon as possible. I can guarantee that what you are gonna pay here is worth in your website when you see the player in action. It is really a light weight and not complex code in install.

I will come with my next comment once the documentation is done.
Hitasoft Technologies - Jul 1 2012 at 11:41pm Copy Link
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lotus dragon Hi
as there is an HTML5 version for $33 with extras on WF
I am wondering about if your HTML5 will be a free upgrade for buyers of this
thank you
Jul 2 2012 at 5:03am Copy Link
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Sivarajan Maharajan Hello Lotus Dragon,

We are not decided this html5 player package plan yet. Our current plan it is to update the wordpress video plugin (paid version) with html5 option and once everything is done, we will add this option in the ripe flv player 1.5 version.

Best Regards
Hitasoft Technologies - Jul 2 2012 at 10:35am Copy Link
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