Veoh Web Player
Veoh Web Player
3.0

1.0

Veoh Web Player free download for Mac

Veoh Web Player

3.0
31 March 2009

Internet Television broadcasting and viewing system.

Overview

Veoh is a new Internet Television broadcasting system that allows anyone to broadcast their own shows and watch thousands of hours of television programming with just a Mac and a broadband connection. The Veoh TV client software connects you to TV shows published by individuals, companies, independent producers and major media companies - all available in full-screen, television quality format for viewing on your Mac, or television.

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8 Veoh Web Player Reviews

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Yoshinatsu
23 September 2009

Most helpful

Doesn't work on Snow Leopard. At all.
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Version 3.0
jmorales
19 September 2013
Am I the only one that keeps getting an .exe file shoved down his throat when he tries to download? I have tried three different avenues to get the stupid .dmg file and Veoh keeps trying to make me take the .exe file. Grrrr!
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Version 3.0
JesperKeller
26 April 2010
Don't download this crappy piece of malware! I tried running the player, my Safari became immensely slow. Even after "uninstalling" (according to the people behind this garbage, it's enough to delete the App!), Safari remains unbelievably slow, and I am wondering if reinstalling Mac OS is the only way to get rid of whatever's left over from the program....
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Version 3.0
Yoshinatsu
18 December 2009
Veoh Web Player now works with Snow Leopard, but not with the newest Flash Player beta.
Like (1)
Version 3.0
Yoshinatsu
23 September 2009
Doesn't work on Snow Leopard. At all.
Like (1)
Version 3.0
BobaFett555
24 January 2008
Crap. First off, it refuses to install because I need QuickTime 7, even though I have 7.4 installed. So I go through a guide to get it installed manually and finally get it to startup. Then I use it to try and download a 1.5 hour long video and it stops halfway through and sits there saying, "Accessing Video" for half an hour. I cancel the download and try again and it downloads 100% in 2 seconds. I opened the video's containing folder to see if it really worked and the video's only 30 KB. I finally thought "screw it" and uninstalled.
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Version 2.1.4
Andrej
21 January 2008
When I try to install Veoh, I get an error message, saying that Quicktime 7 or later is required, and the program closes. I have Quicktime 7.4 installed. What's going on? (I'll email the developer.)
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Version 2.1.4
Techgeeker
25 July 2006
Very cool. So far it seems to be the cleanest way for me to download videos with out worrying about a virus. The support forums seemed up to date. Full screen viewing is nice and some of the videos have great picture quality. Others look better in small screen. Easy to organize the library. Web site could be a bit faster, but all in all this is a great way to store videos, share videos and find new things to watch.
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Version 2.1.4
Jedik
25 July 2006
Well, it would be great if: - It doesn't freeze when you close the "Setting" window using its close button; - You could browse and preview the videos in the client itself, without using the Internet browser to go to Veoh's site.
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Version 2.1.4
2 answer(s)
Jedik
Jedik
25 July 2006
Oh, and please post a Mac screen shot too. ;)
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Version 2.1.4
ted.dunning
ted.dunning
27 July 2006
Thanks for checking out Veoh. I will file a bug on the freeze (which I don't see on my macBook) to see if we can't figure out what is going on. Browsing the catalog from the client is already in advanced development and will probably appear in the Windows version just a bit before the Mac version. This is a really important feature that a lot of people want. Send us email any time you like. We try to answer all of them.
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Version 2.1.4