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Thinking aloud
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==Connection between built in players and browser based or system based players==
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==Flowplayer==
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==Filters==
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These take items like a Youtube link and process them . .  For more details see [Filters]
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==Ways to deploy media==
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===Add a resource > URL===
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See also xxx
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Example: (given that the Youtube filter is switched ON) if you insert a URL to a Youtube video, then it embeds the video with the play/pause links (etc)
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===Insert media link in Editor===
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Example: if you are adding a label, and you insert some media, the filters will display . . .
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===Insert link in the editor===
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Example:
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===Add a resource > File===
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See also xxx
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There are several options for display
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[[File:File Display Options.png]]
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The choice here will determine how the video plays.
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#Automatic: seems to call Flowplayer and open video with scrubber.  Downside: you do immediately loose navigation back to your original section.
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#Embed
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#In frame
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#Force download
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#Open
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#Pop-up

Revision as of 06:07, 14 June 2011

Please refer to these notes before editing this page.

Template:In development


Thinking aloud

Connection between built in players and browser based or system based players

Flowplayer

Filters

These take items like a Youtube link and process them . . For more details see [Filters]

Ways to deploy media

Add a resource > URL

See also xxx

Example: (given that the Youtube filter is switched ON) if you insert a URL to a Youtube video, then it embeds the video with the play/pause links (etc)

Insert media link in Editor

Example: if you are adding a label, and you insert some media, the filters will display . . .

Insert link in the editor

Example:

Add a resource > File

See also xxx

There are several options for display

File Display Options.png

The choice here will determine how the video plays.

  1. Automatic: seems to call Flowplayer and open video with scrubber. Downside: you do immediately loose navigation back to your original section.
  2. Embed
  3. In frame
  4. Force download
  5. Open
  6. Pop-up