15 October 2010 at 10:29pm
(Last edited: 15 October 2010 10:43pm),
thanks for your reply. But casting the relationship does not help. after uploading Logos.mpg the data was written correctely into DB: ClassName = FLV. But FileName is still: assets/Uploads/Logos.mpg. And because of this the play does not find the movie to play it. The player is looking for: assets/Uploads/Logos.flv.
Shouldn't the player except the following filetypes:
public static $allowed_file_types = array(
Hope you can show me how to use this coole feature.
EDIT: On your youtube video it seems to work aout of the box ([url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12iZM1IZ8Ec&feature=player_embedded[/url])?
18 October 2010 at 11:07pm
hi, it is still frustrating. I have asked my provider to run the following by shell: ffmpeg -i Logos3.mpg -f flv -y test.flv
And the Logos3.mpg has been transformed to test.flv. So i can be sure FFMPEG is running. But why are my uploads not transformed to .flv? What do i have to do that the right ClassName ist being used automatically? As i mentioned above: Just casting the relatinonship as FLV doesn't make the trick!
Please, isn't there anybody out there who can help?
19 October 2010 at 8:37pm
Hi uncle cheese,
i think the usage of the new uploadify module [url][/url] is forcing the "className" problem.
The ClassName is rewritten in handleswfupload() Line 688 of dataobject_manager/Code/FileDataObjectManager.php