XF2 [8WR] XenMedio 2 (Media) PRO

XF2 [8WR] XenMedio 2 (Media) PRO 2.0.0.5

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Before asking support questions, please watch these videos:
How do I rename the "ewr-medio" sub-directory to something else?

Admin CP: Setup > Navigation> Route Filters > Add route filter​
Find route: ewr-medio/
Replace with: media/

What do I need to know before upgrading from the XF1 version?

There are far less services in the new version of this addon. The reason for this is many of the services including in the older version, no longer exist, or have become watershed systems (such as Hulu and Ustream). When importing from the old version, any media which belong to a service which is no longer included, will not be imported; nor will any of their comments, likes, etc.​
In the XF1 version of this addon, services were defined by their "names". However, I allowed you to change these names at will. Unfortunately, this means if you changed any of the service names, the importer won't be able to determine how to handle the service IDs. In this case, you should change the service names back to what they originally were before doing any imports.​

How do I embed locally hosted media using HTML5?

You must manually upload the media to the /data/local/ folder and then use the appropriate URL... either audio:filename.ext (aac|flac|m4a|mp3|ogg|wav|webm) or video:filename.ext (flv|f4v|m4v|mp4|ogg|ogv|webm). These services play through HTML5; so they will only support formats supported by HTML5.​

How do I use the HTML5 Album service?

Albums are defined with XML files in the /data/local/ folder and are submitted using album:filename.xml, The XML should define the album you are trying to embed as follows:​
Code:
<playlist>
    <title>Name of the Album</title>
    <image>url-to-thumbnail</image>
    <item>
        <file>url-to-first-track</file>
        <image>url-to-first-image</image>
        <index>01</index>
        <duration>164</duration>
        <title>Name of First Track</title>
    </item>
    <item>
        <file>url-to-second-track</file>
        <image>url-to-second-image</image>
        <index>02</index>
        <duration>160</duration>
        <title>Name of Second Track</title>
    </item>
    ... etc ...
</playlist>
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