Allows for site staff can upload and edit the media files through the site, and the filesystem is maintained in the background.
Read the documentation at http://readthedocs.org/docs/django-massmedia/en/latest/
New in 0.8
- New settings format
- All settings are contained within MASSMEDIA_SETTINGS, MASSMEDIA_STORAGE, and MASSMEDIA_UPLOAD_TO. Old settings will work, but will raise a deprecation warning.
- New settings
- MASSMEDIA_SETTINGS["USE_TAGGING"] and MASSMEDIA_SERVICES["YOUTUBE"]
- Support for YouTube feeds as collections
- Optional Requirements:
- Optional, but used for extracting Metadata:
- IPTCInfo hachoir-core hachoir-metadata hachoir-parser
To start using the app, place it in your INSTALLED_APPS. You may want to edit the settings.py file in the massmedia directory and adjust a few things. If you want to gather metadata, you should install the hachoir lib available at http://hachoir.org/. All in all, you will need the hachoir core,parser, and metadata packages installed.
To customize the app, try editing some of the templates. Media items are templated with the show_media tag using templates based on the media’s mimetype.
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