I would certainly enjoy helping you if you phrased that a little more politely. Nevertheless, we need more details.
There are many ways you can post videos to websites. Do you dislike YouTube alone, or any third-party service?
One of the major benefits of using a 3rd-party tool is that if a user comes to your site and watches a video, it’s their bandwidth, not yours. Videos can be quite large in file size, and if you get too much traffic, you’ll quickly go over your hosting’s limit.
Docs right. If you were asking someone for help face to face is that how you would ask them?
Nonetheless.. I recently used a HTML5 player called videojs which is fully customizable and falls back to a flash player for those browsers that don’t support it, like IE8 and below. Here’s the link videojs.
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