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WP Video Posts

Upload videos to create custom video posts. With FFMPEG installed, it encodes and creates splash image.

3.1.4

  • Bug fixing. Important to update.

3.1.3

  • Typo fix for the "none" setting in -vpre.

3.1.2

  • Typo fix for the front end uploader.
  • Added disable flag -vpre (video preset) if "none" is passed in the options.

3.1.1

  • Added permission check on test directory within the plugin.

3.1

  • Multisite bug fix for uploaded media location.
  • Added on demand check for ffmpeg (under options) to enable re-checking.
  • Added both video js and flowplayer to widgets video posts display.
  • Defaulted player to video js (html5).
  • General bug fixes.

3.0

  • Added FFMPEG options to remove / change flags passed to ffmpeg during encoding.
  • Implemented a cleaner check for ffmpeg existance on the server.
  • Added an option to select between a flowplayer and a video js player (HTML 5). Defaults to a flowplayer.
  • Added an option to have a "clean" url for video posts (no '/videos/' in the post slug).
  • Added an option for video js player to autoplay and display a splash image or not.

2.0.2

  • Fixed bug with dimensions for thumb video typo not having a space after the flag therefore the thumb was not generated nor saved.
  • Added flash rewrite rule on plugin activation/deactivation to update the permalink structure on custom post creation so that you don't have to resave your permalink settings to allow the links to the video posts to work.

2.0.1

  • Fixed bug with dimensions for thumb and video due to a type in the variable named being used.

2.0

  • Major code restructuring (if anyone cares): moved all the functions into classes and cleaned up the code (fewer functions and compressed variable checks)
  • Added an option to display video posts in the main WordPress query (on latest posts page (front page), category, tags, author, and feeds)
  • Insert error message into post description if FFMPEG is not installed.
  • Bug fix: meta data not being recorded on post upload from front end and with posts set to "Publish"
  • Bug fix: checking for set up width only for thumbnails on ffmpeg encoding
  • Bug fix: attaching incorrect image path as a featured image when the video is not encoded due to the absence of ffmpeg on the server (no featured image is set now for this case)
  • Removed jquery deregister/register and enqueued script with jquery dependency instead
  • Removed the inline scripts from the footer and put all js scripts into external files.
  • Debugger added: option to enable debug mode in the options. Results are being written to /tmp/debug.log.

1.5.4

  • Fixed issue with dimensions in the plugin configurations for height and width.
  • Added a check to the encoded file to determine what tags was used.
  • Tested with the latest version of WordPress to ensure compatibility.

1.5.3

  • Removed a couple of flags in the FFMPEG command due to a number of people's FFMPEG installation not being configured to support these parameters.
  • This version fixes the bug where upon uploading a video, the thumbnail gets generated but the video file that is converted is of 0 bytes.

1.5.2

  • Fixed a syntax error where two cases were being meant due to a missing break; in a switch-case.

1.5.1

  • Fixed the inclusion of javascript file and upload gif due to mistake in adding the files to the repository.

1.5

  • Added front end video uploader and front end editor functionality to allow users and/or other bloggers of your site to upload videos without having to have access to the dashboard.
    • Control who is allowed to upload videos from the front end.
    • Choose the default post status for videos uploaded from the front end.
    • Choose whether users who upload videos receive a notification email once the video has been published. Only works for video posts who are defaulted to Draft or Pending Review statuses.
    • Choose which categories uploaded videos are allowed to be saved into.
    • Filter extension types which are allowed to be uploaded.
  • Added more features in the WP Video Posts Options for the administrator.
  • Added support for post tags.
  • Cleaned up CSS and Javascript.

1.4

  • Removed hardcoded path for FFMPEG where we thought was standard but it varies among various hosting providers.
  • Attempted to mitigate javascript conflict with other plugins and themes.

1.3

  • Fixed conflict with media uploader for other plugins and post/page media uploader.
  • Fixed bug with creating video posts with previously uploaded videos being inserted from Media Library.
  • Changed default splash image to be a jpg instead of a png file since the splash image generated when FFMPEG is installed is output as a jpg file. This allowed us to only have to check for the jpg mime type.
  • Fixed bug for headers being sent message due to echoing flowplayer script include instead of enqueueing the script.

1.2

  • Added a widget to the plugin to allow you to display your videos that were uploaded or from YouTube or Vimeo.
  • The added widget can display your videos in a vertical or horizontal layout. It also gives you the options to show the player or thumbnails that link to the video post. See screenshot-4 for more options available in the widget.

1.1

  • Added support for plugin for those without FFMPEG installed on their server. Without FFMPEG installed, this plugin doesn't take advantage of all the features it offers.
  • Added default splash image in case this plugin is used without FFMPEG.

1.0

Initial release

Requires: 3.2.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-5-23
Downloads: 52,515

Ratings

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Support

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