Cool, hadn't that of that scenario (leaving pure links.)
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, "David Meade" <meade.dave@...>
> wooo I can't wait to try it out!
> because it will work on old posts without going back and editing them,
> and leaves 'pure' links should I move to a different system in the
> On 1/31/07, Enric <enric@...> wrote:
> > This a major new release of vPIP. There's new features for people
> > with different interests doing video on the web.
> > Before that, vPIP now has it's own domain: http://vpip.org/ The old
> > domain, http://utilities.cinegage.com/videos-playing-in-place/,
> > informs of the changed domain. The documentation has been updated for
> > the changes and a new page is available on using vPIP with Flash:
> > http://vpip.org/home/playing-flash/ . Let me know of any errors in
> > the docs.
> > For HTML Newbies
> > ----------------
> > vPIP can now take all the <a href="<url to movie>" ...>...</a> links
> > and make them work immediately with vPIP. The nmew script vpipit.js
> > will do that. All the installation instructions for different web
> > platforms include vpipit.js. With this you don't need to figure out
> > how to call the vPIP function (onclick="vPIPPlay(...)") in the link.
> > This is similar to how Andreas' and David Meade's scripts
> > automatically embed.
> > NOTE: The downside to this approach is that the web page needs to
> > fully load before the script sets all <a href= links that it sees
> > pointing to movies to embed with vPIP. If a viewer clicks on a link
> > before the page finishes loading it will just jump to the movie rather
> > than embed through vPIP. So it's recommended to use the standard
> > approach of calling vPIP, if you want your movies to consistantly
> > For Designers
> > -------------
> > You may now design the visual interface of the vPIP internal Flash
> > player, cirneViewer.swf. The visual interface for buttons like Play,
> > Pause, Rewind, etc. are loaded dynamically from an XML file when the
> > player starts. You can specify a different XML file than the default
> > that points to your own images for the visual interface. The
> > information on the XML file tags and the controls they dress up is on
> > the vPIP page for Flash:
> > http://vpip.org/home/playing-flash/
> > An example of the default interface included is on this recent vlog
> > entry of mine:
> > http://tinyurl.com/38lwb5
> > or
> > http://www.cirne.com/vlog/2006/11/30/carp-caviar-extracts-122/
> > For Programmers
> > ---------------
> > make it easier to extend and modify vPIP for your own purposes. This
> > is a first pass, so furthe encapsulation may be useful.
> > If you create a new capability that would be useful for others, please
> > let me know so that I can look at including it in a future release.
> > If you would like to be a co-developer of vPIP, let me know. I'm
> > going to look at including it in a open source repository.
> > More Flash Player Features
> > --------------------------
> > Besides being able to dynamically load the visual interface, there are
> > now two versions of the internal flash player. The smaller version is
> > 320x300 in size and will be used if the video width is 320 or less.
> > This is the default width and player. If the video is larger than 320
> > in width, it will use the 450x340 player.
> > About vPIP
> > ----------
> > vPIP (video Playing In Place) dynamically embeds a link video after
> > the viewer clicks on the link.
> > Web pages load quickly with just image and text links. Then when the
> > viewer clicks one of the links, it's replaced with the video. Clicking
> > on another link closes the prior video and opens the new one.
> > The supported video (and audio) formats are:
> > * Quicktime
> > o .mov
> > o .mp4
> > o .mp3 (audio)
> > o .smi or .smil
> > o .3gp
> > * Windows Media
> > o .avi
> > o .wmv
> > o .asf
> > o .wma (audio)
> > * Flash
> > o .swf
> > o .flv
> > ;),
> > Enric
> > -===-
> > http://www.cirne.com
> > http://www.cinegage.com
> > Yahoo! Groups Links