A Custom Video Player for your Website from your Photoshop Design without writing any code



22 thoughts on “A Custom Video Player for your Website from your Photoshop Design without writing any code

  1. psd2cssonline

    @WhiteTigers98 The name of the FLV file needs to match what you used in the layer name. For our example above, the layer we called myvid_video will get code generated that will play a video file called myvid.flv. We supply a place holder video that is already named correctly in the page we host for you and in the zip file with all the other generated code. You’ll certainly want to replace that FLV file with your own.

  2. psd2cssonline

    @ollieoniel we currently do not have that functionality but could do so. We will place it on our product spec list. What type of application would it be used under meaning what type of scenarios?

  3. psd2cssonline

    @ARTiculationNation The name of the FLV file needs to match what you used in the layer name. For our example above, the layer we called myvid_video will get code generated that will play a video file called myvid.flv. We supply a place holder video that is already named correctly in the page we host for you and in the zip file with all the other generated code. You’ll certainly want to replace that FLV file with your own.

  4. psd2cssonline

    @djmozzy not sure where/why you are having problems signing on for a trial. Please check your spam folder if you have not received the auto gen key for the password. If you are having issues still please email us at support @psd2cssonline com
    I just double checked our site and everything is working appropriately

  5. DJM0ZZY

    iM sorry man but your website is kind of stupid 🙁 because when you register it doesnt give you an option to create password !!!!! so how the hell are we gonna do it? damn… i hope you reply to me. thanks and again im sorry

  6. WhiteTigers98

    @ARTiculationNation I got the same prob here to so what can i use to put my own flv video in to the player

  7. ARTiculationNation

    Hey! AMAZING WORK! just a quick question. I understand it all except the step where you go from having the completed psd file and actually putting video into it. I dont have the terminal program that you are using so how do i change the code to put my flv video file in?

  8. Miny000000

    All I got was the origina image, with less stuff than what I saved it as. (IE the strokes disappeared on two buttons)

  9. psd2cssonline

    Cool idea. Should be able to do it by adding a jQuery show() and hide() to the already generated p2cvideo play() and pause() functions in the JS. Post it as a request to the forum if you want a more complete example.

  10. riberg

    Great video even if most of what you are doing is beyond my meagre abilities.

    What screen recorder are you using on your Mac?

    Rich

  11. psd2cssonline

    yep. Just use different first parts of the name. So for example name one layer v1_video (with v1_play_link, etc. for controls) and another layer v2_video (with v2_ named controls) and both videos will work with their respective controls.

  12. Yogee30

    First off, psd2css is an awesome idea and I’m surprised it not more widely known! Second, YouTube will allow upto 10:59 videos because I have some that are over 10 minutes on another channel of mine. (10:59 technically is still 10 minutes also)

  13. psd2cssonline

    To write psd2css Online? It’s been an effort of love 🙂 Lots of nights and weekends though. It’s pretty fun really. Every time a new feature is working and people start using it – it’s a blast.

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