Revision 3.2.3 (2019-02-12)
About: May 2018. Still works for me with last Piwigo version.
April 2017, php7 user use last version (3.1.x)
Did you ever want to add none picture files to your gallery ( eg. .flv, .mp3, .pdf or any data files, now also html5)?
"Charlies content" is a global solution for those files.
Add charlies_content to your gallery, install and activate via plugins administration page, and proceed your multimedia files as you do for your pictures.
Not modified but tested ok with piwigo 2.7, also 2.8, 2.9... Compatible php7
This "3.1" version should be OK, now, read the README-FIRST file, but still not widely tested, so use at your own risks
It's sometime necessary to install it manually, just copy the archive content to the plugins folder. the plugin folder name have to be "charlies" or any other, but without . or -
Changes: small fix for pdf files
Revision 2.9.b (2018-08-04)
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.
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 v2.9.a to v2.9.b
- Fix configuration initalize
- Add our own sql metadata table
- Update VideoJS player to version 6.11.0
- Update VideoJS player to version 7.1.0
- Update translation, thanks to the contributors
Release Note: https://github.com/xbgmsharp/piwigo-videojs/releases/tag/v2.9.b