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 Post subject: User video upload
PostPosted: 6. Feb 2012, 20:55 
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Hello TWG forummembers,

is it possible to let my album users upload video's?

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Tibo


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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 7. Feb 2012, 10:50 
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Sure,

I recommend that you have ffmpeg available on your server because then thumbnails can be created automatically.
See the howtos about videos and ffmpeg.

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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 7. Feb 2012, 20:13 
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I don't see anything about ffmpeg in my info.php.
So I cannot let users upload their video's then?


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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 7. Feb 2012, 20:24 
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I set the $use_ffmpeg to 'true' but I can only upload up to 10MB?


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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 7. Feb 2012, 20:48 
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on info.php you see if ffmpeg is available on your server.

Setting $use_ffmpeg only makes sense if you have the support ;).

The 10 MB is the upload limit of your server. See howto 4 of the TFU FAQ how to increase this value.

- Michael


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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 7. Feb 2012, 20:54 
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Ok thank you for the fast answerd.

Is there any other way then ffmpeg to let users upload video's, without having to add manually thumbnails


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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 7. Feb 2012, 22:15 
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you can upload videos of course without ffmpeg. But then you don't have any thumbnails and without thumbnails nothing can be shown.

You can generate default thumbs in the administration. Or you users upload the thumbnails by them self.

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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 7. Feb 2012, 22:39 
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I will try this tomorrow.
Thanks


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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 9. Feb 2012, 19:12 
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I can't find my php.ini file to increase the upload size for video's.

Is it possible to let my users put YouTube video's in the album?


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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 9. Feb 2012, 19:24 
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yes. How about reading the howto about videos ;) ? There everything is explained.

Best, Michael


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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 9. Feb 2012, 20:00 
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Yes I read it, but I can't find how to let users put their YouTube video's in my album just by entering the link.


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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 9. Feb 2012, 21:32 
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You have to create a video.php in the folder for youtube and your users have to upload an image where the name is the YouTube i'd.

Michael


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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 9. Feb 2012, 22:11 
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Thank you!!!

It would be nice in the future to add YouTube video's just by entering the link. ;)


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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 10. Feb 2012, 00:43 
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But then you don't have a thumbnail. So you would have to provide this anyway if you want it displayed properly.

I even had in mind to grab the thumbnail from youtube but on the page itself is not thumbnail :(.

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 Post subject: Re: User video upload
PostPosted: 10. Feb 2012, 08:07 
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The users should then enter the url and upload an image from their computer ;)
That would be nice!


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