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  1. How to show video from novamov, movshare,nowvideo, or videoweed using jwplyer ?
    every I embed video from those host using jwplayer, it always failed and show a massage "Error loading player:
    No playable sources found"

    currently I using Blogger.com (just for trial)
    this is what I'm doing :
    I insert this code before </head>

    <script src="http://jwpsrv.com/library/nNjrPOkMEeOG5yIACyaB8g.js"></script>

    then insert this code

    <div id='playervydAPUXfuWNM'></div>
    <script type='text/javascript'>
    jwplayer('playervydAPUXfuWNM').setup({
    file: 'VIDEO URL',
    image: '//www.longtailvideo.com/content/images/jw-player/lWMJeVvV-876.jpg',
    width: '100%',
    aspectratio: '16:9'
    });
    </script>

    on my blog post to show the player, it's what written on the jwplayer official website.
    is there anything I miss out ?

    thanks
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    Have you changed the VIDEO URL?
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  3. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    Have you changed the VIDEO URL?
    Of course
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    Originally Posted by papazz92 View Post
    image: '//www.longtailvideo.com/content/images/jw-player/lWMJeVvV-876.jpg',
    It seems to me you'd want the URL to start with "http://" for external sources (different server location from the site hosting the html file),
    or make a relative path without the hostname, if the source is on the same host (server) as the html file.
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    Do you have an example of an url you have tried?
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  6. Originally Posted by Case View Post
    Originally Posted by papazz92 View Post
    image: '//www.longtailvideo.com/content/images/jw-player/lWMJeVvV-876.jpg',
    It seems to me you'd want the URL to start with "http://" for external sources (different server location from the site hosting the html file),
    or make a relative path without the hostname, if the source is on the same host (server) as the html file.
    I think it does't matter since it just for thombnail purpose
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  7. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    Do you have an example of an url you have tried?
    yes, I have been tried this

    http://www.movshare.net/video/5c1d658e2edec
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  8. The first answer here is probably what you are looking for: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10436658/how-to-embed-a-video-using-url

    I don't know if the old school html tag "embed" still works or not... it used to be pretty easy to embed music or video tho'.
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