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Activities: External Media

mod_media
Resource module that allows you to add external media: YouTube, Dailymotion, Slideshare, etc. Any external site that supports the oembed and/or ogp protocol
Maintained by: Picture of Laurent Opprecht Laurent Opprecht

The Moodle External Media module allows you to add embedable content (videos, pictures, ...) and resources (pdf, rss, etc) to Moodle. All providers that implement any of the protocols (oembed, ogp, ...) is supported - Youtube, Dailymotion, Slideshare, Google Books, and more.

How to add a resource

Integration of content is done by copying and pasting a urls. Embeded content such as videos, pictures, name and description is extracted from the page.

How it is done

The artefact works by leveraging several standards to extract the content from the resource. Most noticeably it makes use of

to extract content.

Supported providers

All content providers that implement any one of the protocols is supported. As example here is a small list of supported providers and content

Youtube, Dailymotion, Slideshare, Google Books, Flikr, Tsr, Rss, pdf, doc, ...

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Contributors

Picture of Laurent Opprecht
Laurent Opprecht (Lead maintainer)
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  • Picture of christian iraola
    Mon, May 21, 2012, 9:31 AM
    How did you add the link? it did'nt work when i copied a link from youtube. i just see the link, not the video. thanks
  • Picture of Joseph Rézeau
    Thu, Sep 27, 2012, 6:05 PM
    Errors when installing on a moodle 2.3 site:
    Invalid get_string() identifier: 'modulename' or component 'media'. Perhaps you are missing $string['modulename'] = ''; in lang/en/media.php?
    The module media does not define the standard capability mod/media:addinstance
  • Picture of Pavel Krejci
    Thu, Feb 14, 2013, 7:15 AM
    This module doesn't display language strings properly in 2.4 and causes conflict when trying to edit localization files "Activity module and core subsystem name collision". See more here:
    http://clone.moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=209947
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