I'm launching a new site that has video tutorials on it. over 60 videos actually. I do not want to make a different html page for each video. I would much rather incorporate my design template's page (already created) into a php page that passes a variable for the name of the video.
What I mean is this:
If my customer clicks on the video 'Unit 3 Video 2' link I want to take them to the page that plays that video. So the link would look like this:
http://(mysite).com/[url removed, login to view]
I'm using [url removed, login to view] for my video streaming, and I'm hosting the domain myself.
<div id="playerarea55"><b>Please install the latest version of Adobe Flash Player to view this content!</b></div>
var so = new SWFObject('[url removed, login to view]','mpl','640','480','9');
[url removed, login to view]('allowscriptaccess','always');
[url removed, login to view]('allowfullscreen','true');
[url removed, login to view]('flashvars','&file=thepersonalbrandingblueprint/unit3_vid1.mp4&streamer=rtmp://[url removed, login to view]');
[url removed, login to view]('playerarea55');
notice the part above where: file=thepersonalbrandingblueprint/(the name of the mp4 video file)
this is the part that needs to be custom per video.
I've heard of people using xml or rss playlists and passing variables that way to get it to work, but I have nowhere to start..
I can provide a list of the videos' filenames and any other required information.
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It will be done within 15 days with complete CMS/Admin CP, please check out the link for very similar work that we are about to complete: [url removed, login to view]
This should be a quick fix, considering you have done the rest. I have extensive PHP experience over the past years and look forward to working with you on this.
I have 3 years of experience in PHP during which I did the project related to video streaming. It's not big task, if given then I can complete it in 1 day.