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  • Jose Conti 1:22 pm on June 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Will WPV work on WordPress 3.0?

    Looks like an abandoned project…

    • Steve Global Media 10:15 pm on June 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I scrolled down and saw this:
      Joshua Parker 9:19 pm on May 10, 2010
      No, it needs to be updated for WP 3.0.

      I would really really like to see this updated and functioning with WP 3.0 – I am ready to roll it out and try this! If a monetary donation would make it happen faster I might be willing to donate.

      • thomas 1:11 pm on July 31, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Yeah, same here – I would use it for at least two websites, and I would be happy to donate some bucks to make it wp3.0 compatible.

        Are there any developers actually reading this? It seems like many frustrated users are waiting for an official response here, or at least an statement if this project has a future or not.

        • Matt 3:22 pm on July 31, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          The codebase has been advancing quickly, but hasn’t been merged into WPV yet because we’ve been waiting for it to stablize first.

          • thomas 12:16 pm on August 15, 2010 Permalink | Reply

            oh, wow, thanks for the update! I hope we see an update soon!

            • pavelevap 5:48 pm on September 5, 2010 Permalink | Reply

              I looked into Trac and there are no changes for 12 months. Is there any testing (development) version? It is really helpfull framework, but we need to upgrade to WP 3.0. Thank you for your help…

          • darkeorc 8:58 am on September 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply

            Hi Matt,

            How long we have to wait for the merge?

            Thak you

          • SwitzerBaden 4:09 am on January 22, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            We are about to perform an install of the wpv server, but are holding off, waiting on news of the merge/3.0 upgrade. Is this actually the primary source for this info? It seems a bit abandoned by WordPress standards.

  • Jose Conti 6:27 pm on April 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ffpmeg + iphone +mod_rewrite +files   

    ffmpeg for iPhone and problem with the folder name “files” 

    Hi, to all people

    I made a lot of test about to stream on iPhone.

    This is the best configuration (for me):

    /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg -y -i VIDEOIN -v 1 -threads 1 -vcodec libx264 -b 300k -r 15 -bt 175k -refs 1 -loop 1 -deblockalpha 0 -deblockbeta 0 -parti4x4 1 -partp8x8 1 -me full -subq 6 -me_range 21 -chroma 1 -slice 2 -bf 0 -level 30 -g 300 -keyint_min 30 -sc_threshold 40 -rc_eq ‘blurCplx^(1-qComp)’ -qcomp 0.7 -qmax 51 -qdiff 4 -i_qfactor 0.71428572 -maxrate 768k -bufsize 2M -cmp 1 -s 480×320 -acodec libfaac -profile aac_low -ab 64k -ar 22050 -ac 2 -f mp4 VIDEOOUT.mp4

    Now, the big problem.

    iPhone, has a problema with the mod_rewrite.

    The path for the video is, domain.com/files/year/month/namefile



    There are a problem with the folder name “FILES”

    I donnot know why, but, If I change the folder name for some other, there aren’t problems for stream the videos on iPhone.

    With the folder name “files”, iPhone never find the video.

    What happens with this folder on mod_rewrite and iPhone??

    Thank you

    • darkeorc 9:30 am on April 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply



      If you go to http://www.joseconti.com/2010/04/13/peliculas-creative-commons-el-futuro-de-internet/ with PC browser, you will see the video frame work flash player.

      Now, use an iPhone

      You will see a embed video for iPhone.

      The fist one, use the standard path (iPhone donnot find video):


      The second one, use another path (is using /file/ instead of /files/:


      Any idea?

      May be iPhone bug?

    • darkeorc 9:44 am on April 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      For easy link to post:


    • darkeorc 3:08 pm on April 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Ok, I fixed the problem.

      this is the standard #uploaded files on .htaccess:

      RewriteRule ^(.*/)?files/$ index.php [L]
      RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !.*wp-content/plugins.*
      RewriteRule ^(.*/)?files/(.*) wp-content/blogs.php?file=$2 [L]

      I add 2 lines to .htaccess:

      RewriteCond %{REQUESR_URI} !.*_iphone.mp4$
      RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} !iPhone

      My #uploaded files on .htaccess is now like this:

      #uploaded files

      RewriteCond %{REQUESR_URI} !.*_iphone.mp4$
      RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} !iPhone
      RewriteRule ^(.*/)?files/$ index.php [L]

      RewriteCond %{REQUESR_URI} !.*_iphone.mp4$
      RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} !iPhone
      RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !.*wp-content/plugins.*
      RewriteRule ^(.*/)?files/(.*) wp-content/blogs.php?file=$2 [L]


      Now, WordPRess Video Server May may stream on iPhone 🙂


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