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Re: Problem with Embedding YouTube Videos

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  • Stan Hirson, Sarah Jones
    ... I admit to being unable to get YouTube videos to play within vPIP so that vPIP would somehow control the download. As for my using YouTube, these are other
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 28, 2009
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      --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Jay dedman <jay.dedman@...> wrote:

      >...
      > I agree that's why the vPIP player has been so useful because it stops
      > the video when you press pause. And more customizable.
      >
      > Why not just use the vPIP player? Does it still work for you...or is
      > being on Youtube more important?
      >
      > Jay
      I admit to being unable to get YouTube videos to play within vPIP so that vPIP would somehow control the download.

      As for my using YouTube, these are other people's videos and although I could download them onto my own server, I don't want to scrape them and remove them from their context, stats, etc. I am still using vPIP all the time.

      One virtue of vPIP is that it minimizes the latency in starting a video download. In most cases, it is almost instant. I do not use a buffer and keep the bitrate low enough not to need one for moderate bandwidth.

      Thanks for the reply, Jay.

      Stan

      Stan Hirson
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