Media Player Web Part

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The Media Player Web Part makes it easier to integrate media into SharePoint.It is a universal Media Player Web Part.It queries a media player HTML template from a SharePoint list located anywhere in your farm.Media-file URL, size, title, description, autoplay options can be set.



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