Saturday, March 26, 2011

RealPlayer Video Broadcast in Chrome

RealPlayer is a media player developed by RealNetworks and is compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems. RealPlayer has tons of attractive features, but the most popular feature is the video download tool. Two versions of RealPlayer that has the video downloader capability are RealPlayer 11 and RealPlayerSP. RealPlayerSP is the latest version of the software.
Users can download any video broadcast from any website and they can store and watch these files anytime, anywhere and anywhere. RealPlayer only allows certain Internet browsers to take advantage of this state-of-the-art feature and Google Chrome is one of those browsers.

This article will help you to broadcast a video with RealPlayer in Google Chrome.

1 Run RealPlayer and click "Preferences" from the "Tools" menu.

2 Select "Downloading and Recording" on the left side of the software.

3 Check the box "Enable Web Download and Recording for these installed browsers" that is located in the "Web Download and Recording" section. Google Chrome should be one of the installed browsers.

4 Select "Show the Download Video" button. Selecting this option allows you to display this button on your screen and when you want to record a video from a website, the "Show the Download Video" button will enable you to record any video broadcast in Google Chrome.

5 Open Google Chrome, visit a website of your choice and use one of the options you selected from RealPlayer SP.

6 Visit the website where the video broadcast is and right-click the video or press the "Download this Video" icon to record the video.

7 Wait for RealPlayerSP to load on your screen. RealPlayerSP calculates the file size and download time of the video broadcast. RealPlayerSP automatically downloads the video broadcasts.

8 Wait for your video broadcast to download. Once the video broadcast is done, press "Play" and RealPlayerSP plays back the video broadcast.