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how to redirect after a video is completly watched

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by glasshalffull, May 14, 2009.

  1. glasshalffull

    glasshalffull Registered Member

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    I thought I saw somewhere that there was a script that would redirect to another page immediately after a video on one page was finished.

    is there such a thing, if so....where can I find it?

    thanks
     
  2. legendoflink

    legendoflink Registered Member

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    Not really, unless you make your own video flash player and make it redirect once the video is over.
     
  3. broco

    broco Newbie

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    Find camtasia studio on this forum ;)
     
  4. 195471

    195471 Regular Member

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    This can be done, as long as you're embedding the video on your own webpage. In other words, you can't make your YT videos redirect on YT, but if you embed a YT video in a webpage that you can control, you can do the redirect. There's some sample code here:

    Code:
    http://www.warriorforum.com/programming-talk/35546-redirect-another-url-after-embedded-youtube-video-ends-possible.html
    If you don't want to mess with any code, you can use CamStud10 Pr0, which has an option to redirect the user after the video. Again, the video must be embedded in your own page. If you create the video-with-redirect using this software and then upload it to YT or some other video sharing site, the redirect will not work.

    Code:
    http://www.camstudiopro.com/
     
  5. Charas

    Charas Registered Member

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    You can do it easy enough with Flash Video Studio 3 (if its on your own site), which can be found...
     
  6. glasshalffull

    glasshalffull Registered Member

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    there are alot of threads about cam in this forum, anyone specific?

    I've went thru 4-5 now and am not finding anything relevant to redirecting
     
  7. LazyAffiliate

    LazyAffiliate BANNED BANNED

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    Here you go,
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/member-downloads/77121-get-affiliate-video-brander-brand-videos-your-aff-link-click-97-w-mrr.html
     
  8. glasshalffull

    glasshalffull Registered Member

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    thanks 1954 and Lazy and Charas
     
  9. april

    april BANNED BANNED

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    Have the video auto-start and have the page redirect "x" amount of time using redirect code easily found by searching html or php redirect on google.
     
  10. TrafficBP

    TrafficBP Registered Member

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    I think video redirector can do this,if i remeber correct the name of software.
    I remember that idea was after video finished, redirect to affiliate url.
     
  11. a n o n y m o u s

    a n o n y m o u s Registered Member

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  12. a n o n y m o u s

    a n o n y m o u s Registered Member

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    Or on ActionScript :

    Code:
    function redirectPage(url:String)
    {
    getURL(url,"_self")
    }
    var website:String = 'http://www.yoursite.com';
    var flvLength:Number = lengthOfFLV * 1000;
    setTimeout(redirectPage,flvLength,website)
     
  13. k.repute

    k.repute Newbie

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    windows.redirect(url);