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[IPS] IP.Gallery Video Extension (generate thumbs & convert to flash)


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Posted 05 October 2012 - 06:05 AM

IP.Gallery Video Extension v1.0.2

What is it?
IP.Gallery Video Extension is an extension to the Gallery that wil turn Gallery into a video system.
Gallery already supports uploading movies but it does not convert them to flash and won't show a thumbnail (if non provided by the uploader).

This extension will make Gallery convert all uploaded videos to flash (making them playable everywhere) and generate a thumbnail (if non was provided by the uploader).

Requirements?
IP.Gallery Video Extension uses ffmpeg to convert videos to flash. So you'll need to have ffmpeg installed on your server.

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