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  • Plugin Author Dustin Lammiman

    (@nosecreek)


    No, this plugin is for self-hosted HTML5 videos. WordPress comes with built in support for YouTube and Vimeo. See http://codex.wordpress.org/Embeds

    sonyxperiageek

    (@sonyxperiageek)


    Does YouTube and Vimeo work now?

    Plugin Author Dustin Lammiman

    (@nosecreek)


    YouTube, yes. Vimeo, no.

    sonyxperiageek

    (@sonyxperiageek)


    That’s interesting.. I just tried a YouTube video and it wouldn’t work. There was just a play button in the middle but when I click on it nothing happens.

    owen.hoskins

    (@owenhoskins)


    It looks like this file is missing from the plugin folder: https://github.com/schnere/video-js-for-wordpress/blob/f9bc7faf46bbcd8fd700eb22034787ebf74eea0d/videojs/vjs.youtube.js

    Add it under video-js-for-wordpress/videojs in and it works.

    By the way… Thanks for the awesome plugin!

    sonyxperiageek

    (@sonyxperiageek)


    Where do I find this: video-js-for-wordpress/videojs ?

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author Dustin Lammiman

    (@nosecreek)


    Shoot, it looks like the .js file somehow didn’t get uploaded with the rest of the plugin. Pushing an update now to fix this, thanks for the heads up.

    sonyxperiageek

    (@sonyxperiageek)


    Yay, thanks! Saves me from adding stuff to the code! 🙂

    Plugin Author Dustin Lammiman

    (@nosecreek)


    Okay, commited the update to SVN so you should see the option to update any time now.

    sonyxperiageek

    (@sonyxperiageek)


    Got it. Works now.. Thanks!

    onetrev

    (@onetrev)


    I still seem to be having trouble with using a YouTube video, even with the latest version. I still have the play button in the middle but when I click on it nothing happens thing going on.

    Looking at the source the plugin seems to have issues escaping slashes properly. Or I could be totally wrong and it’s doing exactly what it’s supposed to, but the HTML source code shows as this:
    "src":"http:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=uN9tulBHr8Y"

    I am seeing the exact same thing for YouTube:

    <!– Begin Video.js –>
    <video id=”example_video_id_1358534014″ class=”video-js vjs-default-skin” width=”100%” height=”56%” controls preload=”auto” data-setup='{“techOrder”:[“youtube”],”src”:”http:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=g8p3rcO8W7Q”}’>

    This is an issue, I believe, of servers running php 5.4, versus php 5.3.

    I’m willing to bet that those having problems are running php 5.3?

    No for me this bug exists on both a server running PHP 5.3 and 5.4.

    The YouTube shortcode works great if I use it directly in the WordPress content editor. But if I put that exact same shortcode in a do_shortcode() function then that’s when the character escaping issues arise.

    Apparently the issue is related to a JSON function, beast as I can research – either way, it’s something the author will need to address, hopefully.

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