Freebie: Sleek Video Player User Interface

Today’s freebie is a customizable video player design interface. If you own a video website this could be a perfect time to get a facelift by adding a professional touch to your video player.
The ZIP file includes a fully editable PSD file with unnecessary rastering and a preview of the video player itself. Use our new tweet to downoad button below to get your free resource! Don’t forget to share to show your support!

Video Playervideo-player1.zip

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26 Responses to "Freebie: Sleek Video Player User Interface"

  1. Connie says:

    how can I get this download without being forced to become a twitter member?

    • InspiredCore says:

      Hey there, Connie.
      We would kindly appreciate if you would use the tweet 2 download button. There is no other way to download this freebie.
      Thanks for your patience!

  2. No Way says:

    I was going to download this but won’t now. I would tweet about it if I liked it but I refuse to be forced into it.

    • No Common Sense says:

      “I would tweet about it if I liked it but I refuse to be forced into it.”

      The post has a picture. The picture and the post are connected. The picture and the download are connected. Get the picture? No? The picture depicts what’s in the download, if you don’t like the picture you won’t like the download, or, if you like the picture you’ll like the download. Got it now?

      You’re getting the man’s work for free and you’re an *ss because of a tweet, jeez

    • InspiredCore says:

      Nobody forces you to do anything. You have an image inserted in the post that shows a preview of the freebie. If you like it you will download it and support us in the same time.
      Thank you!

  3. Hardly a giveaway says:

    Totally agree with ‘no way’ above; you’re getting support by this link being distributed by channels like Tutorial9. This is the same as ‘click to like this and see the content’ pages on Facebook. It’s either a giveaway or it’s not – if you insist people ‘do’ something in order to get your product, it’s not a freebie at all. It might seem petty, but why force someone to tweet about this before even using it; there’s no goodwill there, and you lose the opportunity for people to post honest feedback or promotion about it. So thanks, but no thanks.

    • InspiredCore says:

      Hi guys!
      First of all, we are sorry for those few of you who are not comfortable with our download button. We invested allot of time and effort in it.
      Secondly, freebie by definition is something provided without charge, and I don`t recall you needing to pay for our work. We love what we do in these projects, we use our own resources and no other.
      To conclude stay tuned for more freebies that will cost you only a tweet.99! (Limited offer)

    • No Common Sense says:

      It *IS* petty when ppl *DEMAND* they get free stuff. I don’t believe anyone owes you anything.

      How about you go and clean up the authors house? No, because you don’t owe him anything? How about if he demands it? How about YOUR goodwill towards the author, wouldn’t that demand you clean his house or something?

      The fact remains, the internet is full of self-righteous freeloading kids.

  4. James says:

    Tweet to download- good idea…but sorry, kills it for me as I hate twitter.

  5. Ashish says:

    Looks gr8,
    but the way of download is not good,
    I am not going to download this…

  6. Andy says:

    I don’t have a problem with having to tweet to download, in fact, I think it’s quite a good idea.

    Unfortunately, my office blocks Twitter, and my office is where I’d like to be able to download this.

    I’m guessing this may be a problem for others who are in a more corporate environment, so it could be worth thinking about alternatives in the future?

    PS – I’ll be downloading over the weekend :)

  7. Pixlet says:

    I did tweet to download but the download failed. Kinda annoying I’m sorry to say – the design is lovely.

  8. Mike says:

    I don’t agree with your “tweet to download” idea – if I like you, I will follow you. That’s the way it works…if you post something “free”, I thank you. Does that mean I will support your organization? Not necessarily. If you continue to offer easy access to free stuff without any “hidden agendas” – or any good content for that matter, I will indeed “like”, “follow” etc

  9. Where is the download? says:

    There is an error above – [tweet2download error: file "527" is not a Tweet2Download file.]

    Are you able to just post the link without any of the ‘tweet to download’ stuff? I don’t use Twitter.

  10. Where is the download? says:

    The download link is not working; can someone look at this please? Thanks!

  11. saawan says:

    The link to download not working

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