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[ITD] Private Videos in BB Code Media Sites 1.0.0

Embed Private Videos to your Xenforo Board

  1. Mian Shahid

    Mian Shahid Well-Known Member

    ITDarasgah submitted a new resource:

    [ITD] Private Videos in BB Code Media Sites۔ - Embed Private Videos to your Xenforo Board

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  2. karll

    karll Well-Known Member

    Nice one!

    But I think the requirement that the videos have to be uploaded to a certain folder makes it a bit impractical. I would have to grant my members FTP access to do this, I think ... Not keen to do that, and they would struggle to use an FTP client anyway. However, if the add-on was able to play videos that had been uploaded as attachments, then I think it would be a lot more useful.
     
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  3. Lexy

    Lexy Active Member

    how to play video uplaoded inside FTP video folder??
     
  4. Mian Shahid

    Mian Shahid Well-Known Member

    you can try by editing "Match URLs:" in "Private Videos" at "BBCode Media Site" manually.
     
  5. Lexy

    Lexy Active Member

    yes i try it not works this is video inside video folder ftp://example@example.pm/public_html/video/Falling%20Skies%20Trailer.mp4
     
  6. Mian Shahid

    Mian Shahid Well-Known Member

    Your video file link should be
    Code:
    www.example.pm/video/Falling%20Skies%20Trailer.mp4
    and for that you don't need to alter in BBCode Media Site just install add-on and put
    Code:
    [media=pvtvideo]Falling%20Skies%20Trailer.MP4[/media]
    in post.
     
  7. Lexy

    Lexy Active Member

    this not works
     
  8. karll

    karll Well-Known Member

    I believe I will need to use or implement a callback method to embed videos that have been uploaded as attachments. The reason is that attachments are stored in sub-folders under data/attachments/ and I think the only way to find the actual path is to query the database. (Looks like there might be some XF methods to do this though ....)
     
  9. Mian Shahid

    Mian Shahid Well-Known Member

    This add-on is not for attachments.
     
  10. Mian Shahid

    Mian Shahid Well-Known Member

    you need to un-install this add-on first, then re install and try with same way as i described earlier.
     
  11. rafass

    rafass Well-Known Member

    works in 1.4.5?
     

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