Video Tape: Reposition Flash Videos On Webpages However You Want
Most websites have their textual content spread all over the webpage while the video content remains on top. This means that while playing the video, if you scroll down to read other content, you are no longer able to view the video being played. Here to help with this is a browser extension called Video Tape.
Video Tape is a free to use tool that comes as a browser extension for Google Chrome. The extension helps you browse the remaining webpage while continuing to keep the video being played in view. There are many websites that place the video on top of the page and the readable content at the bottom of the page. If you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you miss out on the video being played on top – thus you cannot simultaneously view the video and read the site content. Here to offer a solution to this inconvenience is the Video Tape extension for Chrome.
The extension detects Flash-based videos being played on the page and it lets you reposition them on the webpage. When a video is detected on the page, you will find the extension’s icon appear in the URL bar. Clicking on this icon drops down a mini window within which you can drag the Flash elements to reposition them on the page. This lets you conveniently move the video to any part of the page that you are viewing thereby letting you read content and view the video simultaneously.
- A user-friendly browser extension.
- Compatible with Google Chrome.
- Lets you reposition Flash elements on the webpage.
- Lets you read site content and watch videos simultaneously.
Check out Video Tape @ https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/video-tape/lkkdmddhgagekfkngjpldinmkjbfcfab