Manage and embed videos hosted on VideoPress. Requires a WordPress.com blog with the VideoPress premium upgrade.
Yes. This plugin relies on a WordPress.com site with the VideoPress premium upgrade to host uploaded videos, transcoded video files, and related information.
No. This plugin requires a WordPress.com blog with the VideoPress upgrade and has no support for hosting videos on your own server.
Freedom has its price.
Hook into the
video_flash_params filter to alter the Flash parameters defined in your page markup. Note: changing
allowscriptaccess values may break your video playback experience. Changing window mode may negatively impact your viewers' playback performance.
Modern versions of the Adobe Flash player separate content into layers handled by specific components of a computer, tablet, or smartphone. This optimization by task allows your viewers to experience smooth video playback using fewer system resources (and battery) than explicit layer controls. See Abode's Flash embed wmode support by browser for more information.
Some video publishers restrict video embedding and sharing features. HTML5 video includes a full URI to a video file in the page markup, a feature that causes some concerns among publishers attempting to limit playback locations and video distribution. Restricted embeds are included on the page using Flash markup.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-7-8
0 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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