What is FLV player:
An FLV player is a type of media player that is used for playing flash video from PC as well as from Internet websites. An FLV player can be used standalone, without the need of the Adobe Flash authoring or developmental tools. It can also be embedded in the website using flash component or embeddable version of FLV player.
In default, the web <a href="flv" rel="nofollow">http://www.playerdiy.com/">flv
player</a> generated with <strong>Moyea Web Player</strong> has a process bar on control bar, and this bar could move during the video playing to show how long the video has been played. However, if you don't want to show the process bar on your web video player, you could hide it in two easy ways. Here, below are two examples about how to hide the process bar: 1. Customizing a player has no process bar with Moyea Web Player; 2. Inserting a line of flashvars code into the embed code of a player.
(About Moyea Web Player: Moyea Web Player is an easy-to-use <a href="Flash" rel="nofollow">http://www.playerdiy.com/">Flash
video player</a> creator, with which, customizing skinning streaming FLV player and FLV player (flash video player) for website only needs a few mouse-clicks. And the created player can be easily edited via flashvars code.)
With Moyea Web Player:
To hide process bar on control bar from web <a href="flash" rel="nofollow">http://www.playerdiy.com/configuration/skins/hide-process-bar.html">flash
video player</a>, you just need to check the "Hide playing process bar" option on the following interface of Moyea Web Player.
With Flashvars Code:
With flashvars code to hide the process bar, the embed code would be as below:
<div id="flashcontent" align="center"></div>
var so = new SWFObject('mwplayer.swf','player','500','450','9');
The line of the red code is the flashvars code for hiding the process bar. Get more information about flashvars code.