When JW Player introduced a much more complicated interface, Desiblitz.com decided to turn to a faster, simpler alternative – FV Player.
FV Player’s latest version 6.3 will brings new design options for playlists and also integrated support for the Visual Composer plugin.
We have created a list of all the shortcode parameters to help FV Player users understand how to work with them and what they actually do.
FV Player can now automatically use the subtitles from YouTube. That means you no longer need to use VTT files when using YouTube-hosted videos.
Tracking of Broken YouTube Videos Many of our customers have websites that serve videos hosted solely on YouTube. Tracking the videos in a large number can be quite exhausting, but our player has been supporting Google Analytics event tracking for quite some time now. Until now, however, you were only able to track the general […]
Latest big update brings a brand new feature – email subscription forms. It also brings redesigned playlists and brand new layout of audio files.
From now on, FV Player supports videos hosted on Amazon Drive. We also improved the DRM Text feature and fixed a couple of minor bugs.
FV Player’s latest update brings new settings for mobile devices, improved playlist subtitles and better quality switching of MPEG-DASH streams.
We have improved FV Player’s keyboard shortcuts, added some new keyboard-only features and updated the popular Interactive Transcript.
FV Player has said goodbye to the
Our users have reported issues with Vimeo-hosted videos on older Android devices. Read this post to find out the reason and how to fix it.
It’s pretty easy to track the performance of your videos and ads with FV Player, since it automatically integrates with Google Analytics and creates custom events, which you can filter to get the most relevant and detailed data. You can find out which videos are viewed the most, what devices are used the most for watching, track video errors, or even create a custom email reports, so you are informed all the time. You can find more about tracking videos in this guide: Using Google Analytics with FV Player.
There was a slight problem with the labels of YouTube videos – they were marked with their URL suffix and were recognizable only by the video ID, for example “watch?v=A8o_fqHSsYI”. As some of our users pointed out, this was not very convenient, so from now on, the player will label the videos with their full title, with “YouTube:” as a prefix, and the video ID as a suffix – very similar to labeling of Vimeo-hosted videos. For example: “YouTube: Tears of Steel – Blender VFX Open Movie (R6MlUcmOul8)”.
FV Player can now generate download links for videos that are visible only for logged in users and can be tracked with Simple History plugin.
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FV Player will now allow your users to generate a link that will open a video at a certain time. Read more about this and other improvements!
FV Player Pro has a new feature that protects your content. DRM Text will mark your videos and discourage those who want to screen capture them.
If video wasn’t Facebook’s favourite already, it sure became one now.
FV Player is again richer with some exciting new features: KeyCDN support, advanced skin settings and Facebook sharing.
FV Player Pro users will now have the option of serving ExoClick ads with their videos. Check the post for more information.
The 0.8 update of FV Player Pro will incorporate a lot of Beta features to the stable Release version. Check out the exciting new technology!