The video browser can be bundled and deployed with
$ zpm bundle $ zpm deploy video-browser video-browser.zapp
You need to have your Swift credentials configured for this to work.
Please see the
zpm documentation for more information.
Create a container called
videos and upload some objects there
(currently only tested with MP4 files):
$ swift post videos $ swift upload videos *.mp4
You can download test movies from the Internet Archive.
Now browse to the
index.html page and it should show a listing of
the videos in your
You will see six videos at a time and you can page between them. For
metadata associated with the object in Swift (using the
If that fails, it calls out to the
extract-meta helper which then
tries to analyze the object.
Please open a pull request! We will look at the code and try to respond as fast as we can. Travis will run a small test, so make sure that your pull request passes that test first.
d1b2fbb, you need to use Internet Explorer 10, Firefox 28, or
Chrome 33 to see the extracted thumbnails. This is because the code
uses XMLHttpRequest Level 2 features, such as setting
blob in order to directly retrieve the binary data
for the thumbnails. Please see issue #14 about restoring IE 9
This software is license under the Apache 2.0 license. Please see the LICENSE file for details.