How to use latest Flash Player in Link Finder

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How to use latest Flash Player in Link Finder

Postby Chris » 24 Feb 2016, 22:34

The Link Finder engine is powered by its own browser for a light access to the video platforms or websites. Having embedded a multi-tab enabled web browser with light fingerprint, it is suitable for identifying the media URLs for the video content that you are looking for. Its intuitive interface gives you the option to enter the URL of the website or video platform you want to browse, supporting 20.000+ websites. ... sites.html

If videos do not load correctly, a newer flash player version is needed or login is not recognized, you should change which Flash Player to use in Link Finder settings.

You can choose between Default, Firefox (Firefox needs to be installed), System or None (to force HTML5 playback). Close Link finder and launch it again.

To use the System Flash player, you need to install latest FlashPlayer: (choose Windows version and Chromium - PPAPI)
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Re: How to use latest Flash Player in Link Finder

Postby ferret » 29 Jul 2018, 14:21

ive seen an alternative website to youtube called "Pewtube" - one of my youtube subscribed channels uploads to this now I assume to get around having videos taken down for copyright issues etc which they experience on youtube (for PDC darts matches)

as I have the free version (so no link finder) - will this site become accessible to copy the links as I would normally?

as always, your help will be much appreciated!

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