- ok thanks a lot. just thought I d check in case I d missed something I ve moved over to the mefeedia maillist so will ask any more questions there thanks kathMessage 1 of 5 , Oct 31, 2008View Sourceok thanks a lot. just thought I'd check in case I'd missed something
I've moved over to the mefeedia maillist so will ask any more questions there
2008/11/1 Rupert <rupert@...>:
> As far as I can see, that URL contains the specific video IDs.--
> So you have to actually click the Theater View link to see the latest.
> Thus you have to link to the Mefeedia channel, and tell people to
> click Theater View. So it's two clicks away from your blog.
> I have to say, this is a vast improvement on what we've ever had
> before in terms of aggregating a group project automatically on the
> web from multiple video sharing sites - and without using tags.
> And it's brilliant to be able to subscribe to that feed in an RSS
> reader or video aggregator like Miro, iTunes or FireANT.
> But as far as embedding on your blog, there's no embeddable player at
> the moment to handle all the different video sites in a playlist.
> There might be a way to make a JW Flash Player play a playlist made
> from the Mefeedia feed including MP4 files, but I don't know how to
> do that. If anybody does, could you help?
> On 31-Oct-08, at 6:56 AM, Kath O'Donnell wrote:
> thanks Rupert.
> I have a question - for my blog. if I link to the url for "Watch in
> Theater View" - does this auto update each visit/day with the new
> videos or are these numbers the video ids. just wondering if there's a
> showplayer link I can add to my blog post/facebook page which then
> plays the most recent videos on mefeedia. and if there's an embed for
> this player to use on external sites? I'll try it again tomorrow to
> see if the numbers change. (just playing atm)
> 2008/10/31 Rupert <rupert@...>:
>> You just need to add your feed once to the channel. After that,
>> every video on that feed during November will automaticall show up in
>> the VloMo channel.
>> Here's a five step guide to adding your feed:
>> 1. Sign up or Log in at http://mefeedia.com
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- Hi Rupert, great explanation you wrote here. i just added my feed, and in my case i added a particular category of my wordpress blog. seemed to work alright:Message 2 of 5 , Nov 2, 2008View SourceHi Rupert,
great explanation you wrote here.
i just added my feed, and in my case i added a particular category of
my wordpress blog. seemed to work alright:
my category generated wp page: http://despauterio.net/category/vlog/
my wp automatic feed from that: http://despauterio.net/category/vlog/feed/
and mefeedia gave back this url: http://www.mefeedia.com/feeds/59761
great work you and also mefeedia are doing here.
And I wish all Vloggers a good Videoblogging Month 2008!
On Oct 31, 2008, at 8:13 , Rupert wrote:
> You just need to add your feed once to the channel. After that,
> every video on that feed during November will automaticall show up in
> the VloMo channel.
> Here's a five step guide to adding your feed:
> 1. Sign up or Log in at http://mefeedia.com
> 2. Go to the channel at http://mefeedia.com/channels/vlomo08/ and
> click "Join Channel"
> 3. Click Add Videos at the very top right of screen and add your feed
> to mefeedia.
> 4. When it's added (or if Mefeedia tells you it's already been added)
> click the link to go to the feed's page on Mefeedia.
> 5. On the feed's page, click Add To Channel on the right hand side,
> then choose "Vlomo08" from the pulldown menu and Add.
> If you have problems, email me at rupert at twittervlog dot tv or
> frank at mefeedia dot com