The easiest way to set up multiple media players on a website is with embedded code, but as you dig deeper, you may find that things like auto play or playing a series in order, may take a little more work. This may require some knowledge of basic web development principles, but with modern CMS systems, such as Wordpress, it can be easily achieved with a little direction.
Getting Started with Multiple Media Player WebpagesIf you are planning to embed code on your website that is already downloaded somewhere on the web, then the steps to getting multiple players are easier.
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Uploading and Testing Your Media Files
If you are hosting your own media, then you may want to use Windows Media Player, or another media player that will work on the server side, such as Wimpy Rave. Both of these will work when you upload videos, but none are quite as easy as Wimpy Rave.
Wimpy Rave is a server side application that will allow you to customize you media files and the player that you will use on your webpage. It is software that is specifically designed for web developmental needs, and if you are not already using it, you probably should be. It is the easiest way to get multiple videos to do what you want them to do.
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