Jeroen Wijering’s FLV Player is a well known and regarded, Creative Commons licensed, FLV player. Not everyone who makes use of FLV files needs to have Flash authoring tool. Jeroen Wijering’s FLV Player is easily configurable, has many options and plug-ins.
Today version 3.8 was released which added support for Captionate embedded captions. It supports multiple language tracks too, one at a time.
Let me show you how easy it is to use Captionate captions with it: Configuration is done by adding variables (flashvars) in HTML. There’s even an online wizard to help you, but modifying the sample HTML will be straightforward enough for most. Anyway, assuming your SWFObject is named ‘swf’, all you need to do is add the following line to the script in your web page:
This will display the first, default, language track. To display another tack just add the track number, like:
which will display the 3rd language track. (Omitting the number means track 0, which is the value "captionate0").
You can see accessibility examples of the player online. BTW, I love full screen Flash video …