These video players come highly recommended, they look sweet and have plenty of features, and not only are they easy to customize, they also come with the source code so you can learn how they have been made.
On Windows if you double-click on a video file it will open in whatever video player you have installed. However, most common video players dont support Flash Video format (FLV's). So, double clicking on a Flash Video file generally does nothing.
Wouldn't it be great if when you try to open a Flash Video it opens up in a Video Player so you can watch it?
Well, now you can. Ive created a little tool that solves the problem and im giving it away to anybody and everybody.
[update] Ive stopped giving away this application now, i released it over 2.5 years ago, and since then Windows Vista was released, plus a new FLV format and so on. I do not have the time to keep adding new features or fixing bugs. You can however download the new Adobe Media Player from here. This will play FLV files from your local machine. [/update]