It 'should' provide a download link if nothing else works. Tested on my
android 2.3 and older IE's without java and I got a link to play with
android video player and VLC respectively.
Testing old IE's ~with~ java is still outstanding. I tested with IE9 +
WebM component, testing with IE9 ~without~ webm component is outstanding.
We previously had a little warning message that popped up on the player
( if you only had a download link or java decode ) recommending
downloading components or a browser that supported webm / ogg. I think
its just disabled by default now days ( kaltura upstream just provides a
link for feature phones / old androids since its much more rare when you
include h.264 sources )
I could re-enable that warning dialogue when I do testing / fixes for java.
On 07/25/2012 02:28 PM, Terry Chay wrote:
Very cool! Works for me on the browsers that it's supposed to (FF, Chrome).
There's something wrong my my XiphQT component (Ogg) so I couldn't get that part
in Safari, but the WebM works fine through the QT component.
This reminds me, now that we're supporting more formats, does it make sense to link
Extension:OggHandler/Client_download, should we providing that link even if TMH loads (so
they can download alternate codecs), and shouldn't we be linking components like
No rush. Just thought I'd mention that before I forgot
On Jul 25, 2012, at 12:11 PM, j(a)thing.net wrote:
just wanted to let you know that labs has a mostly working setup of TMH
again. We also pulled in updates form the kaltura branch of the
An example of a video with subtitles is at:
labs also has a videoscaler vm now that is setup with the puppet classes
we can use in production once the servers are ready.
so would be good to have another look at labs now and see if there are
things missing to clean up and have another look at our changes in
relation to security.
I also updated the script to import Youtube videos (including subtitles)
into mediawiki. Above link was imported using it.
The script is currently at https://github.com/bit/youtube2mediawiki
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