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FYI I had to replace a poster once and I navigated to the folder it was in in my Amazon S3 account and deleted it directly from there (as well as the thumbnail generated versions of it.) When I re-added a new poster in S3bubble it worked.
Not sure if that’s the official way to do it but it worked for me.
I personally create file directories inside my main S3bubble bucket and upload videos to those subdirectories directly in Amazon S3. I also delete videos and subdirectories directly within Amazon S3. It seems like the most straight-ahead way to stay organized for me personally.
Here’s a great FREE wordpress plugin called Plugin Organizer you can use to SELECTIVELY disable or enable plugins from specific web pages and SIGNIFICANTLY correct your attitude without delay
Update: For anyone with plugin conflicts, I found a plugin called “Plugin Organizer” that lets you set what plugins are active on specific pages. I’m using it to fix the conflict problem I described here, but it can also be used for any other plugin conflicts as well, FYI.
Sam, I really appreciate you taking the time to make that video, and it does shed light on the function of the plugin. However, it doesn’t directly address the issue I’m having, unless I’m missing something. Here’s what I need to do:
1) I must use WordPress pages to display my S3Bubble videos (I’m using my own WP theme)
2) I must also apply custom height/width settings and playback rates for the videos (the settings I need to use are below.)
Can I apply the below customization options using the WordPress S3Bubble plugin? If not, is there an alternate way to display S3Bubble videos in WordPress pages and force the 864×600 video pixel size?
“playbackRates”: [0.5, 0.75, 1, 1.5],
“width”: 864, // Sets width (cannot be used with aspect)
“height”: 600, // Sets height (cannot be used with aspect)
Thank you for help! 🙂
Yes I’ve seen the examples thank you, that’s where I worked out what I think I need my code to but that doesn’t answer the two questions that I have:
1) I already have my WordPress installation connected to S3Bubble/S3, and I want to use Cloudfront Adaptive Bitrate for my videos (I’m not using the Streamium theme.) Do I just follow the New Simplified Setups video, or do I still need to go through all the steps of the “s3Bubble Full Setup” first?
2) I have a unique video size of 864×600 and need a png file to load as the start screen, so I need to use the “Full Video Player” code examples. So I think this code below is what I need, but I don’t understand HOW to implement the code into my WordPress page. Do I change the “codes”: [“qPtj41773”] to be the S3Bubble WordPress Player video shortcode and just paste the whole string below in my WordPress page? Or how is the code below added to my WordPress page? Please advise, thank you!
Thank you for your help, I’m trying hard to figure out how to get this all implemented, just need those two questions answered so I can push ahead, thank you.July 9, 2017 at 5:38 pm in reply to: S3 Bubble "Full Setup" instructions messed with my existing video player size + #30878
That is EXCELLENT NEWS regarding variable playback speed working on iPad/iPhone! (It’s disabled on the streamiumtheme.com videos on an iPad which is why I mistakenly thought it didn’t work.)
As soon as this is working: “We will add width and height to the shortcode with the next update” I’ll be able to start using S3Bubble which is fantastic news.
I’m requesting that .75 speed option be added in the future in addition to .5… I’m teaching music through video, and .75 speed keeps the quality of the music still sounding good without being so extreme.July 7, 2017 at 4:30 pm in reply to: S3 Bubble "Full Setup" instructions messed with my existing video player size + #30865
Thanks for the quick response. I’m very very impressed with S3Bubble… Unfortunately my main reason for wanting to change from my current video player is the ability control playback speed on an iPad/iPhone, preferably with .5 .75 slowdown options (not just .5) (I have training videos that people want to slow down to see things clearer.) If S3Bubble is able to add that feature in the future I will happily switch over. 🙂
FYI, having the S3Bubble WordPress video plugin activated is what caused my current video player to display the videos in 300×150 size, when I disabled the plugin the sizing corrected itself. S3Bubble is a great product and it’s only going to get better, kudos.
Is the Android compatibility still an issue?