I'm able to make the lightbox pop up, but all I get is a spinning loading icon that lasts forever. Rudolf Boogerman January 9, 2011 at 9:29 pm | Reply Hi Cap, I do not experience this problem myself and I do not have direct access to the applications on Vimeo. You can click on 'view files' to open it up. Have a look at this: https://vimeo.com/forums/help/topic:277610 I hope that helps? check over here
I want to charge people to buy my yoga instructional videos. Juice November 10, 2011 at 6:19 pm | Reply I mean Rudolf, sorry didn't mean to mistype your name. I did notice a quality difference between playing videos on my own site and those played from Vimeo itself. Then you can control the player quite extensively.
Legend Correct Answers - 10 points © 2016 Adobe Systems Incorporated. Leave a Comment Cancel reply Topics Accessibility tips Blog stuff Free utilities Great video to watch Hardware reviews Products S3 Amazon/CloudFront Software reviews Video and audio techniques Video Channels/Networks Video/audio service Bye Andi August 16, 2012 at 4:37 am | Reply yay, thank you so much for the help! If you did not compress the video, the only possible reason I can see then is that your video is smaller then the screen you are playing it on.
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Nick Stakenburg June 2015 I guess you get a "file://" based url because you're viewing the file from your machine, not from a server. Daniela: Thank You so much !!! It's my own content, edited in FinalCut. I'd be grateful for your advice on a couple of things.
My subscriptions are the videos from channels or accounts you subscribed to, comparable with subscriptions on YouTube. In theory, you only need CDN if you serve a lot of content, big images, videos and audios. Posted 6 years ago # RSS feed for this topic 123Next »Reply » You must log in to post. Vimeo plays nice with a whole bunch of TVs and streaming devices.
Written by Shaiful Islam Say Thanks Respond 2 Responses Add your response August 09, 2014 18:50 16080 kailynm Hi! More about the author Stay on topic If it’s not relevant, leave it out or start a new thread. I do not want a wordpress plugin to cause conflicts with my theme or other plugins. I think the other options are more interesting because you can filter some of the videos according to subject, for instance. It's not clear to me what the difference is between
I'm truly impressed with your skill. check my blog It is possible the code requirements have changed in that case. I've been working with WordPress for a while now and I wanted to say that MysiteMyway is by far the best support I have come across. Is there a plugin I can install that will allow the HubNut to work or a plugin that looks like the HubNut?
It should be this: Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions More Like This Retrieving data ... Tess May 25, 2011 at 10:08 am | Reply The video was sent on a DVD in a folder with several files. The code he is currently using is the new embedding code. http://deftmag.com/the-file/the-file-or-directory-could-not-be-found.html What can I do?
Why do you not want to answer this thread?(Your answer will be sent to Jeanette and Aytekin) "The file or directory could not be found." when form is embedded using js However, sometimes the LiveStream works, some not. Rudolf Boogerman February 11, 2013 at 6:42 pm | Reply I forgot that I already created a new tutorial on Vimeo.
I tried again now, but it seems my WP just won't allow what I want. You are using it right? This is not really ideal, but if you are non-technical and you don't mind those bars, you are good to go. Allison February 2, 2012 at 7:10 pm | Reply Hi Rudolf, I've attached a screen shot of the error message.
Rudolf Boogerman November 29, 2011 at 6:45 am | Reply Perhapse this is a temporary problem. Christian O. My Channels will show all videos in one of your own channels. In Vimeo, you can create several channels under one account which is VERY convenient. Channels can contain your own have a peek at these guys Over the years I have bought many themes that never work as advertised.
Thanks for sharing. One question, though: Why don't you try the other method without iframe? Thanks, Dustin Rudolf Boogerman October 28, 2011 at 7:55 pm | Reply Hi Dustin, Perhaps you should try to get the code again from Vimeo and replace the previous code. February 10, 2013 at 1:44 pm | Reply Your willingness is contagious!
Is your current site really that slow? One question… do the videos have to be public to be embedded? Another method which allow to embed video in any site: In the same panel, you can scroll down to the bottom, where you find a link called Use old embed code: As Not if you are a persistent bastard like me, Pippo 😉 Vimeo says it is no longer valid, but that is nonsense.
Joomla requires a bit more technical knowledge and OSE Membership costs 99 GBP. After I do, all the code disappears and leaves only the text I typed in my post but the video code is gone. Rudolf Boogerman February 11, 2013 at 1:44 pm | Reply Another solution would be to place the code in a widget.
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