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SWFPut provides video players for posts and pages and widget areas, as both HTML5 and flash video.
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SWFPut provides video players for posts and pages and widget areas, as both HTML5 and flash video.
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SWFPut - SWFlash Put
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SWFPut - SWFlash Put
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(1) The user can provide a media URL from a 3rd party site which a visitor's browser will load; this 'contact' of another site is entirely up to the WordPress user or administrator. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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(1) The user can provide a media URL from a 3rd party site which a visitor's browser will load; this 'contact' of another site is entirely up to the WordPress user or administrator.
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None. SWFPut does no tracking at all. No information of any sort is gathered or stored or forwarded to another site, or any such thing. There is no contact made with any other site(1). These statements apply both to the WordPress user, and to site visitors. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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None. SWFPut does no tracking at all. No information of any sort is gathered or stored or forwarded to another site, or any such thing. There is no contact made with any other site(1). These statements apply both to the WordPress user, and to site visitors.
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What are the privacy implications of using SWFPut
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Yes, the developer would consider it kind of you to leave a comment with the URLs of your using pages. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes, the developer would consider it kind of you to leave a comment with the URLs of your using pages.
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Post a comment at //agalena.nfshost.com/b1/software/swfput-html5-flash-wordpress-plugin/ or email edhynan at the email provider 'gmail' with the top level domain 'com', or of course go the the SWFPut WordPress page at https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/swfput and select the "Support" tab. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Post a comment at //agalena.nfshost.com/b1/software/swfput-html5-flash-wordpress-plugin/ or email edhynan at the email provider 'gmail' with the top level domain 'com', or of course go the the SWFPut WordPress page at https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/swfput and select the "Support" tab.
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SWFPut is designed with that in mind. If scripting is disabled, but either flash or HTML5 video is available, then your video should be viewable. HTML5 video will have the browser's native interface and basic features. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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SWFPut is designed with that in mind. If scripting is disabled, but either flash or HTML5 video is available, then your video should be viewable. HTML5 video will have the browser's native interface and basic features.
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[*] MP4 can be placed in either the flash or HTML5 URL fields and it will be effective for both, as long as the visitor's browser has JavaScript enabled. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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[*] MP4 can be placed in either the flash or HTML5 URL fields and it will be effective for both, as long as the visitor's browser has JavaScript enabled.
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Finally, to cover all the bases, amend the the above paragraph like this: place the URL for the FLV type in the "Flash video URL..." field, place the URL for the MP4 type <em>and</em> the URL for the OGG type <em>and</em> the URL for the WEBM type separated by a '|' between each in the "HTML5 video URLs..." field . . . . You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Finally, to cover all the bases, amend the the above paragraph like this: place the URL for the FLV type in the "Flash video URL..." field, place the URL for the MP4 type <em>and</em> the URL for the OGG type <em>and</em> the URL for the WEBM type separated by a '|' between each in the "HTML5 video URLs..." field . . . .
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Currently many browsers support MP4 for HTML5 video, but not all! The flash browser plugin has supported MP4 for a long time, but alternatives such as Gnash (a free-software flash plugin) might not. Availability will be increased significantly by adding FLV (flash) and OGG (or 'ogv', a patent-free, free-licensed type) formats. If you need video conversion software, a quick web search should yield several options. Change the procedure in the above paragraph like this: place the URL for the FLV type in the "Flash video URL..." field, place the URL for the MP4 type <em>and</em> the URL for the OGG type separated by a '|' in the "HTML5 video URLs..." field (and don't worry about 'codec' types discussed in the help docs). Easy, and fun! You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Currently many browsers support MP4 for HTML5 video, but not all! The flash browser plugin has supported MP4 for a long time, but alternatives such as Gnash (a free-software flash plugin) might not. Availability will be increased significantly by adding FLV (flash) and OGG (or 'ogv', a patent-free, free-licensed type) formats. If you need video conversion software, a quick web search should yield several options. Change the procedure in the above paragraph like this: place the URL for the FLV type in the "Flash video URL..." field, place the URL for the MP4 type <em>and</em> the URL for the OGG type separated by a '|' in the "HTML5 video URLs..." field (and don't worry about 'codec' types discussed in the help docs). Easy, and fun!
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The simplest use with not-too-bad availability would be like this: prepare your video in MP4 format; place the URL in <em>either</em> the "Flash video URL..." or "HTML5 video URLs..." fields[*] in the setup form, and set display size in the "Pixel Width:" and "x Height:" fields; make sure that the cursor in the editor is at the spot you want, and click the "Place new in post" button. Publish the post/page with the "Update" button. Not too difficult! You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The simplest use with not-too-bad availability would be like this: prepare your video in MP4 format; place the URL in <em>either</em> the "Flash video URL..." or "HTML5 video URLs..." fields[*] in the setup form, and set display size in the "Pixel Width:" and "x Height:" fields; make sure that the cursor in the editor is at the spot you want, and click the "Place new in post" button. Publish the post/page with the "Update" button. Not too difficult!
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Possibly not. The help documention included with SWFPut discusses file formats for HTML5 and flash with a level of detail that -- it is hoped -- will help you make your video available to the broadest range of browsers used by your visitors. The cost of this detail is the loss of simplicity. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Possibly not. The help documention included with SWFPut discusses file formats for HTML5 and flash with a level of detail that -- it is hoped -- will help you make your video available to the broadest range of browsers used by your visitors. The cost of this detail is the loss of simplicity.
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Probably not. In most case the width and height of the video will match the intended display proportion. "Anamorphic" video is not rare, but probably not too common either. The author has seen videos on e.g., YouTube, that are distorted by wrong display aspect ratio (which is not YouTube's fault), but only a few. If you find that your video looks squeezed or stretched, you can always use a little trial &amp; error with the display aspect setting until it looks good. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Probably not. In most case the width and height of the video will match the intended display proportion. "Anamorphic" video is not rare, but probably not too common either. The author has seen videos on e.g., YouTube, that are distorted by wrong display aspect ratio (which is not YouTube's fault), but only a few. If you find that your video looks squeezed or stretched, you can always use a little trial &amp; error with the display aspect setting until it looks good.
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Quickest of all, see the FAQ below entitled "Do I really need video in 3 or 4 formats?" which in spite of the name addresses quick and easy use as well as video formats. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Quickest of all, see the FAQ below entitled "Do I really need video in 3 or 4 formats?" which in spite of the name addresses quick and easy use as well as video formats.
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