Wimpy Wasp plays one audio or video file directly in an existing web page or as a pop up window -- allowing visitors to play a media file directly within a web page.
Wasp gives you the greatest amount of flexibility with a clean polished finish -- suitable for any professional website.
We've created Wasp Publisher, which is a desktop tool that allows you to configure the player and will automatically create the required files and code needed to insert any number of Wasp players, anywhere on your website without having to write a lick of code.
Nothing special is required for visitors to a page that contains a Wasp because it uses "standard issue" technology that is common to all major browsers, which means that visitors to your site can play media files without having to load, download or use an external or proprietary multimedia player.
About the 15 Day Trial
The free 15 day trial version is identical to the licensed version.
After 15 days, the player will no long work and a black box will appear within the player indicating that the evaluation period has ended.
Purchasing a license will re-enable the player.
After purchasing a license, you will receive a registration code, which must be included within the HTML used to display the player. You can use the Customizer Tool (or similar) to include the registration code within the HTML used to display the player.
Click here for more information on using the registration code
Wimpy will run on any basic Web server, and does not require any special server-side hardware or software.
What You Will Need to Know
To install and configure Wasp, you will need to know:
1. How to copy files from your computer to your web server using FTP.
2. How to copy and paste code into an HTML page.
Both of these things are quite easy to learn, even if you're not a computer whiz!
Audio formats supported
Video formats supported
Or any video format encoded using an MPEG-4 wrapper utilizing the H.264 codec. Audio formats contained within the video wrapper should adhere to the "Audio Formats" listed above.
Static image formats supported
Static images are used for specific options within the player, including:
- Poster Graphic
- Video Overlay
- On Track Complete