SwiftlyTilting: usability, reusability

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

MediawikiPlayer 0.2.4

This version fixes a bug where some variables were being written as parameters instead.

Mediawiki Extension Page: Extension:MediawikiPlayer
Original post: Embed JW FLV Media Player with Mediawiki using the MediawikiPlayer Extension

If you find MediawikiPlayer useful, please consider making a $5 donation.


Download MediawikiPlayer v0.2.4
Downloaded 795 times


2 Comments Leave Comment

Ok, so pretend Le User uploads an MP4, example:
File:My.mp4

How does Le User specify an uploaded closed captions file without specifying a complete URI? Will something like the following work:

File:My.mp4

If not, perhaps a future release could include something like:

File:My.mp4
File:My.xml

Your time, your patience, your infinite understanding is greatly appreciated. You’re our only hope, Obi-Wan Kenobi!

Comment by Terry — Thursday, November 4, 2010 @ 12:07 pm

Well, wasn’t that nice! The complete syntax entered got destroyed on my comment - can ya tell I’m new? And I don’t see any “Help” on posting comments. so, let’s try…

Upload = My.mp4
Play local file:
<mediaplayer>File:My.mp4</mediaplayer>

With captions file:
<mediaplayer captions00file="My.xml">File:My.mp4</mediaplayer>

Future possible syntax:
<mediaplayer>File:My.mp4</mediaplayer>
<captions>File:My.mp4</captions>

Now, if this gets cleaned-out, I’m gonna have to get REAL creative! Sorry for having to post twice.

Comment by Terry — Thursday, November 4, 2010 @ 12:16 pm

Leave a Comment

Validate XHTML | Word Press