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Dragon Video

Description

A WordPress plugin for converting uploaded videos to HTML5 format (h264, webm, ogv) and displaying them with the tag.

Dragon Video consists of 3 plugins:

  • Dragon Video
  • Dragon Video – Zencoder encoder
  • Dragon Video – VideoJS Player

Dragon Video is the core plugin. It handles interfacing with videos uploaded through WordPress, passing them off to an encoder, providing a shortcode to display the video, and enabling videos to be shown in the WordPress gallery. Dragon Video itself does not handle video encoding. WordPress actions are called for video encoding and display of the HTML5 tag allowing any desired encoder or player to be used.

Dragon Video – Zencoder encoder is a bundled encoder. It uses http://zencoder.com to encode uploaded videos to HTML5 media types. An API key is required to use.

Dragon Video – VideoJS Player is a bundled player using the http://videojs.com/ HTML5 video player.

Screenshots

  • Dragon Video Options Page
  • Zencoder Options Page

Installation

  1. Unzip the package and upload the dragon-video directory into your wp-content/plugins directory
  2. Activate the plugin at the plugin administration page

Contributors & Developers

“Dragon Video” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Changelog

1.0.1 / 2013-07-09

  • Include videojs files

1.0.0 / 2013-07-08

  • Add WordPress plugin readme
  • Hopefully fix travis config
  • More badges
  • Set coveralls json_path
  • Merge branch ‘refactor’
  • Allow build failures on WordPress master
  • Reorganize tests
  • Add namespace
  • PSR Styling
  • Remove assign by reference
  • Split is dericated, use explode instead
  • Clean up some code
  • Fix plugin activiation after refactor changes
  • Drop WP 3.4/3.3 support
  • Upgrade video.js to 4.0
  • Fix paths in test
  • Test coverage for ZencoderEncoder::_handle_incoming_video
  • Update composer.lock
  • Upgrade to v2 of Zencoder API
  • Add coveralls.io config
  • Move tests to test
  • Cleanup tests
  • Reorganize files
  • Add tests for ZencoderEncoder
  • Add tests for VideoJsPlayer
  • Fix test for multisite
  • Install ffmpeg on travis
  • Add build status image
  • Add travis-ci config file
  • Add tests for DragonVideo

0.9.0 / 2013-04-25

  • Update for WordPress 3.5 galleries

0.5.0 / 2012-01-16

  • Allow shortcode to specify size
  • Fix delete attachment bugs
  • Move encoder/player plugins out of subfolders
  • Pass post id instead of object
  • Move add_option to activate
  • Change all instances of ogg to ogv, fix unset var notices
  • Refactor zencoder code, add option page
  • Cleanup code, add options page

0.4.0 / 2010-12-25

  • Upgrade video.js
  • Fix video gallery
  • Add default loader plugins
  • All videojs stuff
  • only run delete if its a video
  • Setup player to display mp4, webm, and ogg
  • Use medium as size
  • Add class to video attachment link
  • Streamline size storage and retrieval