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MPG files

Since version 6, .mp4 files work on your tiki site. Here is the proof of concept

MPG File

How to

First, check if you have your JQuery active on your admin panel. If not, please copy and past these lines of code bellow and when you will save the page, you'll be prompted to activate the said functionality.

JQuery (and html) embedded script to save on your page
{HTML()}<script type="text/javascript" src="jquery.metadata.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://github.com/malsup/media/raw/master/jquery.media.js?v0.92"></script>{HTML}


Place your mpeg video file as per bellow

JQuery (and html) embedded script to save on your page
{HTML()}<a class="media {width:250, height:115}" href="http://malsup.github.com/video/pulsar.mpg">MPG File</a>{HTML}

If you get a pluggin error

The kind of error you can have is a message saying that Quick Time (an apple codex) is not up to date. If you see a message asking you to update your Quick Time, proceed and answer yes to the question. That should do it


daniam, 21:59, 2015-05-11: Hello World
marclaporte, 15:34, 2013-08-29: @daniam: that is 2 gigs of data per video...
daniam, 01:47, 2013-08-14: Hello, In the mean time, here is the reason I need FTP access to store raw video footage as I am unable to use tv.tiki.org to do so: [Link] -- [Link] Da
jonnybradley, 10:16, 2013-07-15: Upload media "wizard" has been fixed by Kaltura (we didn't break it), so all should be well here now? :-)
daniam, 05:29, 2013-07-07: Just uploaded: [Link] video clipOnline Publishing House video clip and it "dissapeared" after the transfer was done. Can someone see for me what went wrong?