I need modifications done to the Strobe Media Player, which is built on Adobe's Open Source Media Framewok (OSMF). Details on Strobe Media Playback here: [url removed, login to view] Details on OSMF here: [url removed, login to view] I need to have a poster/picture image that stayed the whole time up as no live streaming is detected and just show the video image when streaming is detected, the player should check for streaming or video as soon as the page is loaded but if the video or streaming is not detected the player should keep checking for streaming in each 10 seconds in the background. I developed a player using FLVPlayback with those functions but I'm having a hard time to do it using Strobe Media Player. I tried to post part of the code that I created for FLVPlayback but it was too big to post over here. But I can send it later to show how it was working. The whole player should be able to work inside of Amazon Cloudfront where will be the final destination and to make sure it will have the adaptive bitrate and DVR functionality working well with wowza media server. I will need to have two buttons for when the person right click on the player to show my player version and a link to my website. I also need a viral/sharing button added to the player, which will allow users to share a link to the video, post to Facebook, post to Twitter, copy the link, and copy and paste embed code for the video. This button should be able to be turned on/off through Flashvars and work trough an iFrame, so the sharing button should automatic get the web address that the iFrame is located and send it trough the options mentioned above. We need a subtitles/captions button added to the player, which will allow the viewer to see timed subtitles in the video. The subtitle files will be either .srt or .xml files. This button should be able to be turned on/off through Flashvars and links to the .srt or .xml files will be called through Flashvars. This function needs to support multiple subtitle files at the same time. The subtitles also can be displayed while watching a video in full-screen mode. Legal: 1) Deliverables include not just the final work but also complete source files as well (so that the employer can modify them in the future). 2) Quality: If you present a sample of your work to the employer, your final deliverables MUST match or exceed that same level of quality. 3) All deliverables will be considered 'work made for hire' under U.S. Copyright law. Employer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. 3b) No part of the deliverable may contain any copyright restricted 3rd party components (including GPL, GNU, Copyleft, etc.) unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the employer on the site per the worker's 'Worker Legal Agreement'.