On 10/17/2012 6:33 AM, Federico Leva (Nemo) wrote:
Sebastian Schaetz, 17/10/2012 14:23:
I'm using the "Use this file on the
web" feature of Wikimedia Commons -
I truly love that feature. But just recently I discovered that it seems
to be broken for me. For example for the Commons entry
File:Real-time_MRI_-_Thorax.ogv  it does not seem to work anymore if
I embed the URL provided by the embed feature . All I get is a
loading circle animation. Can anybody tell me what I'm doing wrong? It
worked fine a few days ago.
Same here with Firefox, but I can also load the video directly with
the browser's capabilities.
<https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki:MwEmbed.js> loads the
which is therefore ignored by Chromium.
Michael, is this the best place where to load this resource from right
The embedplayer=yes parameter is supported in the timed media handler
for embedding an iframe version of a media asset; with associated
license metadata, captions, multiple flavors.
There is no solution for mwEmbed.js over https and that part of the url
can be removed once TMH is deployed, and the urls should remain valid
for iframe embed support. Best practice for the time being would be
either a) don't use https and or b; manually embed the asset with a
manually constructed video tag and link back to the description page.