Tutorials | Jun 12, 2018 | Master3395
Here is a UDT for CMS Made Simple to put videos on your website without using youtube. You just host your video on your own website.
Create a new UDT:
Extensions \ User separated tags \ Add tag
$config = cmsms()->GetConfig();
echo '<video width="100%" controls poster="' . $config['root_url'] . '/uploads/videos/' . ($params['file']) . '.jpg">
<source src="' . $config['root_url'] . '/uploads/videos/' . ($params['file']) . '.mp4" type="video/mp4">
<source src="' . $config['root_url'] . '/uploads/videos/' . ($params['file']) . '.ogv" type="video/ogg">
<source src="' . $config['root_url'] . '/uploads/videos/' . ($params['file']) . '.webm" type="video/webm">
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Create a new folder:
Go to Content / File manager and create a folder of videos in the folder uploads (here the videos are shown).
Upload 4 files with the named name in this folder.
The video file in MP4 format. (File extension .mp4)
The video file in OGG format. (File extension .ogv)
The video file in WEBM format. (File extension .webm)
A preview image in JPG format. (File extension .jpg)
Through this website https://video.online-convert.com you can convert your videos to the correct format or use a program for this /any-video-converter.com/products/for_video_free/ is there a good one for that.
View video on your website:
If you have done everything right, you can now call your video via this line:
Bracket Start video file = "name video" Bracket end
name video is the name you gave to all the files without the file extension (mp4, ogv, jpg).
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