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  • Going to check it out tomorrow, ill drop you a link if i can't figure it out! Thanks D
  • SOLVED! Been working hard today! Upgraded the player to v.6 and added realtime seeking "YEAHHH BABY" "CumulusClips" I Salute You! webm not supported in Crappy IE yet
    in webM Comment by fcarew November 2012
  • strange
    in webM Comment by fcarew November 2012
  • but for some reason the player skin is not loading now, its loading a browser based player?
    in webM Comment by fcarew November 2012
  • Fantastic! got it working !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    in webM Comment by fcarew November 2012
  • Cheers D, haven't got it sorted yet, (bit to advanced for me) but i'll be looking into it a little later .
  • Hi, I'm not sure what you mean by "upload things" except upload a video of avatar! but you don't need a plugin to do this. that's the purpose & is already built-in with the CumulusClips Script! You can find more help here: http://cumulusclips.…
    in Plugins Comment by fcarew November 2012
  • Hi, If your referring to the two logo's they can be found via the following directories: "doc-root" /cc-content/themes/cumulus/images/logo.png "doc-root" /cc-content/themes/cumulus/images/footer-sub-background.png
  • Yo D, I was guuna say, could you create some Categories for the forum for paid jobs like: Custom Jobs - * Mods * Plugins * Themes * Hosting * Server Side stuff * & Other and just put some info stating that it's all 3rd party and c…
  • no-woodies sorted This script just keep's getting better a better the more i figure it out Thanks Damian for the Fantastic Script!!!!!!!!!!!!1
  • Could you tell or point me in the right direction as to where/what file/section of the script handles the upload locations of the media, so maybe i could have a go at changing the upload location or inserting an API to upload to a different server…
  • -s -vcodec libx264 -vprofile high -preset slower -b:v 1000k -vf scale=960:540 -threads 0 -acodec libvo_aacenc -ab 124k -f mp4
  • YEPPPIE, skin : '/flash/newtubedark.zip', stretching : "exactfit" });
  • Worked Perfect, Thanks Alot
  • Fixed, just installed linux again but this time without Plesk, the problem was Plesk dosen't like symbolic links and i don't no how two allow them properly
  • nope, no luck yet
  • Ill try changing the permissions to apache 0777 on them,
  • And without the local "ls -l /usr/bin/ffmpeg" i get: lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 30 Apr 23 19:47 /usr/bin/ffmpeg -> /usr/local/cpffmpeg/bin/ffmpeg
  • lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 30 Apr 23 19:47 /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg -> /usr/local/cpffmpeg/bin/ffmpeg
  • Rejected with The following errors were found. Please correct them and try again. - Invalid path to FFMPEG p.s. ~~~ I Think if we remove auto-detection from the video setting admin area and manual override through the source it will work! but …
  • F***, Now i have "HTTP Error" on anything i try to Upload, after doing an Apache restart...
  • Plesk 10.4.4 | CentOs 6 | If its easier' I can give you root access to my server and cumulus?
  • php output -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- apache /sbin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/usr/bin /usr/bin/ffmpeg ffmpeg version N-40079-g068d0b4-syslint built on Apr 23 2012 19:47:48 with gcc 4.4.6 20110731 (Red Hat 4.4.6-3) configuration: --prefix=/usr/local/cpf…
  • Inside the admin area... when i try and change the FFMPEG Path: to one of the others above. I get a warning message saying "invalid path".., then it automatically reverts back to the auto-detect-original-path.
  • from the command-line these work perfect: ffmpeg -i sample.mp4 -s 640x480 -vb 800k -ac 2 -ab 96k -ar 44100 final_video.flv ffmpeg -i sample.mp4 -s 640x480 -vb 800k -ac 2 -ab 96k -ar 44100 -f flv final_video.flv but not this: ffmpeg -i sample.mp4 …
  • Okey cool when i type php -r "echo exec('whereis ffmpeg');" I get: sh: /whereis: No such file or directory So i typed "whereis ffmpeg" and got: ffmpeg: /usr/src/ffmpegscript/ffmpeg /usr/src/ffmpeginstaller.7.3/ffmpeg.sh /usr/bin/ffmpeg /usr/lo…
  • hey Damian, Cheers for the tutorial, Just only have one annoying issue left. After uploading a video, I receive a message saying "upload complete", but there's no video...? Thanks again
  • Hey, I'm thinking now, after all the messing around i did with the FFmpeg installing.. etc... iv'e messed up the server somehow. I'm just quickly going to re-install the vp-server again but with centos-6 +plesk this time, p.s. do you think someon…
  • Same again, even tried the entire /upload folder with -R