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Bootstrap Darkroom

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Revision 2.0.7 (2017-10-21)

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About: A feature-rich and mobile-ready theme based on Bootstrap 4.

Features:

[*] Over 30 color styles
[**] Bootswatch
[**] Material Design
[**] Custom low-contrast dark color scheme based on Lightroom® colors
[*] Full screen slideshow view using PhotoSwipe
[**] Supports auto play
[**] Supports HTML5 video
[**] Album thumbnails can be linked to PhotoSwipe directly (like smartpocket)
[*] Configurable carousel album navigation on the picture page using slick slider
[*] Video support on both the picture page and inside the slideshow, using native HTML 5 video widget
[*] 100% mobile ready
[**] fully responsive Navbars, Carousel, PhotoSwipe slideshow, video content
[**] async/ondemand loading of carousel & PhotoSwipe content, adaptive image size selection, swipe & tap events
[*] Various configuration options

Requirements:

* PHP >= 5.3

Recommended plugins for best mobile experience:

* GThumb+ or gdThumb (for best "available screen space usage")
* RV Thumbnail Scroller (to keep initial page load size small and allow for easy "swipe through")

Changes: - Fix missing comments in picture info tab and card view. How the hell...
- Properly center-align infos in tabs
- Fix picture sizes dropdown text colors in various styles
- Make dropdown in lower navbar right-aligned

piwigo-videojs

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Revision 2.8.b (2016-07-03)

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About: Extend Piwigo with video support. Videojs port for Piwigo. Play your videos in the HTML5 video tag on your web gallery with the only Open-Source HTML5 video player.

Piwigo-videojs is a plugin for the Piwigo web gallery that allows you to render various video files within your piwigo install.

Supported formats are
* Videos only: webm, webmv, ogv, m4v, mp4

Features of this plugin:
- Easy to use
- Multiple skin
- Custom CSS support for your own skin
- Player settings
- Video metadata synchronization
- Video poster creation
- Based on VideoJS -> nice design
- Subtitles vtt file

Help by translating this extension in your language.

Note:
To use the automatic mode, you need MediaInfo for metadata support and FFmpeg for thumbnails and posters support. You can also import those parameters manually. More details in the documentation.


Changes: Changes from v2.8.a to v2.8.b
- Enable custom plugins VideoJS player v5
- Add warning for recent MediaInfo version
- Add option to enable/disable display metadata
- Improve video rotate page
- Update VideoJS player to version 5.10.7
- Fix album restriction on sync page
- Upload ZIP file to avoid PWG PEM corruption

Release Note: https://github.com/xbgmsharp/piwigo-videojs/releases/tag/v2.8.b
Issue: https://github.com/xbgmsharp/piwigo-videojs/issues
Translation: http://piwigo.org/translate/project.php?project=piwigo_videojs

Media Pump - [Windows/Linux/Mac]

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Revision 1.00.10 (2016-05-15)

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About: Media Pump - A tool for preparing media files (images, videos) and uploading to a Piwigo server.

Features:
* Re-size images to a smaller size and upload the re-sized images to a selected
album on a Piwigo server.
* Convert video to MP4 and upload the MP4 videos to a selected album on a Piwigo server.
* Create / Edit albums.
* Easily add titles (captions) and tags to images and/or videos.
* Indicate an image or video to become the album highlight after it has been uploaded.
* After loading a mixed number of images and/or videos into Media Pump, mark those to be uploaded into the selected album. Remaining unmarked images and/or videos can be uploaded to different album.
* All images supported by Image Magick "convert" can be re-sized.
* All video formats that can be converted to MP4 using ffmpeg can be converted.
* Images not having EXIF metadata containing orientation information can be manually rotated.
* Copy/Paste. In a file browser, navigate to folder containing images and/or videos, copy to system clipboard and paste into Media Pump.
* Image and video conversion commands in which Media Pump invokes are defined in a external XML file that can be tweaked to achieve desired results i.e. Image conversion size, video conversion size, watermarking, conversion quality.
* Download items from an album to a directory on the file system; supports recursion of all sub-albums.

Help Documentation:
* See README.html or README.md in media-pump.zip for more information regarding features.

Windows Installation:
1. Ensure Java Runtime Environment 1.7 or a later version has been installed. The "java" executeable must reside in the system path. To verify, execute the following in a CMD shell which will display the version of Java installed. If an error occurs, then java is not in the system path.

java -version

2. Ensure Image Magick software suite is installed.
3. Extract media-pump.zip to an empty directory i.e. "C:\media-pump"
4. Execute the script "create-shortcut.bat" to create a Desktop Shortcut.
5. Execute the Desktop Shortcut "Media Pump". Or execute the following command in a CMD shell:

C:\media-pump\media-pump.bat

Linux Installation:
1. Ensure Java Runtime Environment 1.7 or later version has been installed.
2. Ensure Image Magick software suite is installed.
3. Extract media-pump.zip to an empty directory i.e. "/opt/media-pump"
4. Execute the following commands in terminal:

chmod 755 /opt/media-pump/create-shortcut.sh
chmod 755 /opt/media-pump/media-pump.sh
/opt/media-pump/create-shortcut.sh

5. Execute the Desktop Shortcut "Media Pump". Or execute the following command in a terminal:

/opt/media-pump/media-pump.sh

Mac OS X Installation:
Instructions will be provided soon once I get a Mac OS VM setup to test.

Requirements:
- Java 1.7 and later
- Image Magick

Video: The following two requirements are needed to support converting/uploading video.
- FFMpeg installed on client.
- piwigo-videojs plugin installed on Piwigo server.

Changes: * Added the ability to easily add tags to images and videos prior to uploading to server.
* Specify maximum width and height of image size under preferences or indicate to upload full size image rather that converting image to smaller size.
* French language support.
* Provide better information when an image or video fails to convert or upload; a "View Details" button will be displayed in the table to display conversion logs and errors.
* Provided more documentation information in a README.md / README.html file.
* Other minor bug fixes.

Embedded Videos

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Revision 2.7.2 (2015-05-27)

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About: Embedded Videos (formerly PY GVideo) allows you to add videos to your gallery from Dailymotion, Youtube, Vimeo, Wideo and Wat.

Changes: fixed: missing Youtube metadata since API v2 deprecation
fixed: use HTTPS for Youtube, Dailymotion and Vimeo

jplayer

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Revision 0.6 (2013-07-29)

  • Author: d-matt
  • Categories: Plugin
  • Tags: video
  • Available languages: 1 (see)
  • Compatible with: Piwigo releases 2.9, 2.8, 2.7, 2.6, 2.5
  • Downloads: 23009
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About: jPlayer port for Piwigo. Play your videos and audio tracks on your web gallery!

Supported formats are
* Videos: wevm, ogv, m4v, flv
* Audios: mp3, ogg, oga, m4a, webma, fla, wav

Usage
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Basically, medias will be added to your gallery just like standard pictures:

* Upload the videos to the 'galleries' directory
* In piwigo < 2.4, the thumbnail is named thumbnail/TN-base_name.jpg
* In piwigo > 2.4, the thumbnail is named pwg_representative/base_name.jpg
* Finally use the synchronise button

Changes: * upgraded jplayer and themes to 2.4.0 by anthonydahanne
* upload video.m4v and video.webm, have piwigo consider it's the same video and have jplayer choose the best format for your browser by anthonydahanne
* update getid3 to 1.9.7

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