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Secure HTML5 Video Player allows you to play HTML5 video on modern browsers. Videos can be served privately; pseudo-streamed from a secured directory You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Secure HTML5 Video Player allows you to play HTML5 video on modern browsers. Videos can be served privately; pseudo-streamed from a secured directory
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Secure HTML5 Video Player You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Secure HTML5 Video Player
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In a WordPress post or page, insert in the short code of the video. From step 14, this is: [video file="myvid"] Save the post. The video should now be playable when you view the post in the website. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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In a WordPress post or page, insert in the short code of the video. From step 14, this is: [video file="myvid"] Save the post. The video should now be playable when you view the post in the website.
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Make note of the directory where you uploaded the video. If you uploaded it to "video/myvid.mp4″ and "video” was your S3 video directory, then the name of the video "file”, as it is referred in the shortcode later, is "myvid”. You can also upload to a subdirectory, but then the name of the video file has to have the subdirectory's path prefixed to it. So if you uploaded it to: "video/a/b/c/myvid.mp4″ then the video file is "a/b/c/myvid”. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Make note of the directory where you uploaded the video. If you uploaded it to "video/myvid.mp4″ and "video” was your S3 video directory, then the name of the video "file”, as it is referred in the shortcode later, is "myvid”. You can also upload to a subdirectory, but then the name of the video file has to have the subdirectory's path prefixed to it. So if you uploaded it to: "video/a/b/c/myvid.mp4″ then the video file is "a/b/c/myvid”.
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In the S3 console (or with whatever program you use to upload files to S3), upload your video files the the S3 bucket video directory. For any given movie, the base file name should be the same across all of the different video formats you want to support and the same as the poster image. For ex: if you have a video name "myvid.mp4″ you should also have "myvid.ogv” and "myvid.jpg” to support Ogg and a JPG poster image. These media files should all have the same aspect ratio as well. All media files of the same video should be uploaded so that they're in the same directory. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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In the S3 console (or with whatever program you use to upload files to S3), upload your video files the the S3 bucket video directory. For any given movie, the base file name should be the same across all of the different video formats you want to support and the same as the poster image. For ex: if you have a video name "myvid.mp4″ you should also have "myvid.ogv” and "myvid.jpg” to support Ogg and a JPG poster image. These media files should all have the same aspect ratio as well. All media files of the same video should be uploaded so that they're in the same directory.
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Save the options. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Save the options.
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Under S3 video directory, paste in the name of the directory from step 1. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Under S3 video directory, paste in the name of the directory from step 1.
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Under S3 bucket, paste in the name of the bucket from step 1. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Under S3 bucket, paste in the name of the bucket from step 1.
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Under Access Key and Secret Key, copy and paste in the values from step 5. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Under Access Key and Secret Key, copy and paste in the values from step 5.
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Under S3 server, select the region that matches the bucket region in step 3. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Under S3 server, select the region that matches the bucket region in step 3.
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Check on the "enable simple storage service” setting. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Check on the "enable simple storage service” setting.
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In the WordPress admin settings, navigate to Settings -> Secure HTML5 Video Player, and then to the S3 tab. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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In the WordPress admin settings, navigate to Settings -> Secure HTML5 Video Player, and then to the S3 tab.
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Under the top user menu, select "Security Credentials” and then "Access Keys”. If you haven't done so already, create an access key and secret. If you forgot what the secret was, you will have to create a new one and write it down somewhere. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Under the top user menu, select "Security Credentials” and then "Access Keys”. If you haven't done so already, create an access key and secret. If you forgot what the secret was, you will have to create a new one and write it down somewhere.
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If your intention is to secure the videos, make sure the permissions on the bucket don't have a permission level that lets everyone download the files in the bucket. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If your intention is to secure the videos, make sure the permissions on the bucket don't have a permission level that lets everyone download the files in the bucket.
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In the properties of the bucket, make note of the "Region”. This is the physical location of the bucket in Amazon's network and maps to what S3 server you're using. Even if you think you've created the bucket with a certain region, sometimes that's not the case because Amazon had a bug before where it would create a bucket in the default region even if you specified a different one. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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In the properties of the bucket, make note of the "Region”. This is the physical location of the bucket in Amazon's network and maps to what S3 server you're using. Even if you think you've created the bucket with a certain region, sometimes that's not the case because Amazon had a bug before where it would create a bucket in the default region even if you specified a different one.
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