The file included has been tested on 1.5.2+ and 1.6
It will overwrite your old mediplugin filter, so as always, a backup is recommended
This code is suprisingly simple to replicate (in fact it is now a standard flash component). I have ordered Flash 8 and will have our own custom built version ready to post within the week.
Thanks very much Jamie
I am having a look at some of thelicences for my textbook.
I rather like the look of the non-GPL approved
The reciprocal licence http://www.opensource.org/licenses/rpl.php
when it comes to text for the reasons I have outlined on the exchange.
Did some searching on sourceforge and found this project.
I really know nothing about legal standings in this area as I am a very new coder . So my understanding is that by listing on sourceforge we can use his code under the GPL license? The license he has on his site is just a copy of the apache license for some reason.
I have repackaged the download link above with the new code and the new player from this project. Not as swish looking, but that is easy to fix.
Is this assesment correct? Will this create less issues?
I have installed the new plugin filter but I cannot play any flv files with it. It opens up like expected, but always stays on loading, see attached.
I have downlaoded flash player 8, but that did not fix the problem. What am I doing wrong?
This is my first time adding to the moodle forums, so I hope that this may help (if not already answered above?).
A very simple way of streaming an flv in a moodle page is to treat it as any other webpage and simply create a "href" tag into a HTML block that can be displayed on the moodle page itself.
Something this should to the job: (very simple HTML href further customisation, such as Quality, Dimensions should be easily added
A similar tag can be used to stream mp3's