FLV.com FLV Player
FLV.com FLV Player is nothing but yet another rickety Flash Video player to view your YouTube, Metacafe or Yahoo! Video downloaded video clips as well as other popular video streaming hosts all over the Internet. In order for this piece of software to work properly, you need to deploy the Adobe Flash Player application and no additional codecs.
The trend of small developers to create software for specific multimedia formats is on the verge of getting totally annoying if not it has done that already and FLV.com FLV Player is just that type of program. The question you have to ask yourself is why you should install such a thing when the market holds purely intelligent applications such as KMPlayer, VLC media player, BS.Player or Gom Player.
Its common yet pretty bad-looking interface is no less foul than the incomplete set of features. Moreover, this particular GUI can be found in a number of other software, thus only completing a herd of no-brainers. The fact that you can open locally stored FLV files as well as web links of Internet hosted video files is as basic as it gets.
The inconsistent player controls as well as the full-screen mode are nothing special and their only goal seems to be the rounding up of some of the worst experience you can get. To add even more indignation, the installation kit packs some bloatware that requires a high degree of awareness from your part, so keep your eyes open for any intruding third-party so-called software.
The bottom line is that FLV.com FLV Player can be merely classified as a FLV player, let alone a video player. Its incongruity and bothersome can be regarded as its features in default of some real ones. The motto of FLV.com FLV Player and any other application of such low-quality can only be one: “If it compiles, ship it!”