Flash Projector is a lightweight Windows application whose sole purpose is to help users open and view Flash videos.
It sports a clean and plain layout that allows you to perform most operations with minimum effort.
Flash Projector gives you the possibility to upload files into the working environment using the built-in browse function, so you cannot rely on the “drag and drop” support.
What’s more, you can switch to a full screen mode, zoom in or out, pick the video quality (low, medium, or high), play or stop the current item, as well as enable the loop feature.
Since it doesn’t require much computer knowledge to work with this utility, even rookies can configure the dedicated parameters with minimum effort.
During our testing we have noticed that Flash Projector carries out a task very quickly and provides good video quality. On the downside, the program hasn’t been updated for a while, so it may cause compatibility issues on newer operating systems.
As it would be expected from such a small utility, it remains light on system resources, so it doesn’t hamper the overall performance of the computer, nor interfere with other programs’ functionality.
All things considered, Flash Projector proves to be a simple-to-use tool that comes packed with limited features for helping you play Flash videos. It cannot compete with other powerful applications on the market, as it lacks support for advanced functions, such as built-in buttons for playing or stopping the file, or performing other actions, hotkeys, and “drag and drop” support, just to name a few suggestions.