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Old January 23rd, 2010, 09:56 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Jordan Meserole View Post
Hey! I'm a newbie, so excuse the thread if it's a double post (I tried searching the topic but couldn't find past stuff).

I'm working on creating my website, and have been exploring the options as far as video goes. I know the easiest route is YouTube or Vimeo, but I'd like to have a "clean" look on my site and not necessarily have an embedded Vimeo player.

What do most of you guys do?

I've been maintaining my own website for about 8 years. It was a bit of a curve, but I'm pretty happy with it now. That being said, you'll pay a lot of money and frustrating coins if you have someone else do your site. So I encourage you to jump in and learn the basics. As for the video, I use Moyea Flash Video MX It converts the video and gives you the player.

Hope this helps.
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