PlayFLV enables Windows Media Player to play FLV (Flash Video) files by installing a codec. FLV, or Flash Video, is a file format or codec widely used in video sharing or hosting sites, such as YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo! Video, MetaCafe and more. What PlayFLV does is that it installs and registers FLVSplitter by Gabest, and then binds or associates FLV files to Windows Media Player, enabling playback of FLV files by simply double-clicking on the files with .FLV extension PlayFLV setup installer will also prompt user to download and install ffdshow, required for movies in Flash 7 file format. If you are still unable to play the Flash file, (re-)install FFDShow and make sure that 'FLV1' is checked in the configuration.
Playing Flash video (FLV) file with Windows Media Player
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