I’m having a couple of issues with the plugin.
First if I try to add using the shortcode in the editor this is what’s inserted:
If I try to manually add the shortcode:
Or even try to add the shortcode with a video folder that I created:
I get a 200, Stream not found, NetStream.Play.StreamNotFound, clip: ‘[Clip]’http://www.hifisocialwebmarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/facebookfeatures.mp4,code.”
please try to check the post content in the source editor, you probably inserted the shortcode into the post with some hidden formatting or code which causes the error. The first shortcode should be fine.
About your first problem. We do support the default wordpress editor, and we also support Foliopress WYSIWYG editor. Which editor do you use for editing your posts? It might happen that if ou use some other editor, the shortcodes are not inserted properly.
Thanks for your response.
I’m using the default wordpress editor and will have to figure that out. I can just manually enter the shortcode in the meantime.
The problem is solved. It seems that after publishing the post some extra code would get added, so I just needed to go back and delete the extra code and save again. Works great now.
Also started using flowplayer with MaxCDN and is much faster for displaying video.
I’m having a similar issue.
None of my videos are working. The splash image displays. But when I click play, it gives me the same error…
200, Stream not found, NetStream.Play.StreamNotFound, clip: ‘[Clip]’http://www.hifisocialwebmarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/facebookfeatures.mp4,code.”
The site is lethalrhythms.com
Any help would be amazing!
it seems there’s something in the shortcode that shouldn’t be there. Please switch your editor into html source code view and verify the shortcode, there might be some characters not visible in the WYSIWYG view. Alternatively try to copy the shortcode into the notepad or other pure text editor, and then back to to your post.
Hope this helps.
That didn’t word for me.
This is the code I’m using…
[flowplayer src='http://lethalrhythms.com/wp-content/videos/Rabinowitz.m4v' splash=//cdn.foliovision.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/RabinowitzSplash.jpg splashend=show]
I’ve used the same video on another site with this code and it has work fined. Any ideas?
I have checked the above shortcode and it really looks fine. I was not able to play the video either. Is the video located on the same server as the webpage? Maybe try renaming the video with all letters lowercase – sometimes servers might have and issue with this (although we never experienced it with Flowplayer yet).
You said that the same shortcode with exactly the same video worked on some other site?
I am sorry I do not have a straight answer for this but the behaviour is weird and it is impossible to tell where’s problem without detailed debugging and checking the files on the server. I have not seen problem like this before.
you might want to check out our FAQ section, for a question “How do I insert flowplayer object outside the post, for example to a sidebar?”
another user just had the same 200 error problem, and she discovered that her hosting was not supporting video streaming … it’s just an idea.
This is just a touch out of my reach (in regards to using the recommended code).
echo apply_filters(‘the_content’, ‘[flowplayer src=yourvideo.mp4 width=240 height=320]‘);
Interestingly, I found that for my WP sidebar I did not need to use the above code but could use a shortcode as normal.
But rather, I am interested in using it from within a plugin settings screen (WP Super Popup). The editor window calls for “plain HTML content.”
Any possibility? Is it complicated to embed a flowplayer movie with HTML code like a youtube movie? I really don’t know. Thanks. :)
I am not entirely sure what you mean by inject it into the plugin PHP file, but if you mean this literally, that I wouldn’t do it, especially if you don’t know what you’re exactly doing.
The code above simulates the filters that are being applied on normal posts and pages. This code can be inserted into your template php files, of course you have to place it into a php block <?php … ?>
Sure you have to alternate that flowplayer shortcode part of it to fit your video settings.
I’m using version 3.1.2 of WordPress and version 1.2.12 of your plugin.
The plugin is fine does exactly what I’m looking for.
However the feature of use only the name of the file instead the full path, whith a video directory in html-public, isn’t working. It works fine with the full path, but when leaving it only with file name, doesn’t anymore.
When working only with the filename I noticed that in the error message in the screen of the player, the 200 error, it shows a path that doesn’t include the videos directory, it looks for the file at main root.
If this is a bug I guess it’s an easy one.
Thanks for the plugin
I´m using your plugin with the foliopress-editor.
The shortcode I used: [flowplayer src=http://www.lass-uns-fussball-spielen.de/wp-content/uploads/jfv.mp4]
The video in my browser is playing the audio but not the video. The player has a white colour screen.
What can I do or where is my mistake?