Basic archetype based video content, integrated with collective.flowplayer
A simple video support for Plone, based on collective.flowplayer.
This add to your Plone portal two new content types:
Video file for providing a video content directly from a video file compatible with flowplayer formats
Video link for a remote video resource
New content types have mandatory image field, for the video screenshot/splash data. Also you can insert the year of the video and the duration. This last info is also taken automatically from the video (only for internal video).
All other given featured come directly from collective.flowplayer.
This package will give you a new “Video gallery” portlet, similar to the ones you get with collective.flowplayer. The portlet shows image fields content taken from videos.
Right now year and duration are not displayed in the video view.
AKA: are you sure you wanna use me?
If you are using Plone 3.3 or better, before us this product, take a look at Plone Video Suite. The redturtle.video product was developed in sad days, when the only choice was p4a.video (and this scare us a lot). The Plone Video Suite can became the next generation, unified, product to use video contents inside Plone!
Updated the method that returns the html for the embedded player [ale]
Portlet does not return the getYear and getDuration method anymore [keul]
Moved hachoir import inside function from module level, due to stdout PDB error [keul]
Added a very ugly support for remote video to Youtube links [keul]
Removed validators for image field as it was not required but was not possible to ignore it [keul]
Fixed bug using redturtle.video with latests collective.flowplayer versions (3.0+) [fdelia]
Tested with latest flowplayer release [fdelia]
Added informations (duration and year) of the video, that will be displayed in the portlet
Fixed bug finders in using getFolderContents for ATTopic
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