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Video upload

Thread began 11/18/2013 11:31 am by jo271221 | Last modified 11/18/2013 1:00 pm by Jason Byrnes | 474 views | 3 replies |

jo271221

Video upload

I see the html editor has a flash icon to add flash, however I am wondering about uploading and converting videos, similar to youtube or facebook. Actually more like youtube since they allow you to get the embed code. Does anyone have any experience with this? Additionally possibly creating an app that would allow upload from iphone and the android market. I want this to work on my community site built with datassist. Thanks,

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the best method would be using you tube.

copy the you tube embed code, then in HTML Editor, go to source view and paste the code.

HTML Editor does not allow for uploading videos, but you can paste the you tube code in.

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jo271221

Source code video code bumps out all page content

Thanks! I will likely take your advice and go with YouTube. Regarding embedding video code, On one of my cms sites I have had trouble added the video code, well actually the initial video adds just fine but when you go to edit the page for some reason the content is revised and the video code is removed. I have posted the site and page in the private msg. Thanks again!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

add the following line in the webassist/ckeditor/config.js file

config.allowedContent=true;

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