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The list of supported media formats for Silverlight player in SharePoint: Windows Media Video (WMV) Windows Media Audio(WMA) MP3 MP4 For more details see Supported Media Formats, Protocols, and Log Fields


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I used auto=1 to get the video play as soon as the page loads. Also, if you are using the Sharepoint out of the box video type, you should be able to edit the embed configurations for the video and generate the code that way. See the "Start Automatically" checkbox in option 4: http://spdevlab.com/2013/06/20/embedding-video-apps-and-leveraging-...


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This file type may be blocked by your administrator. If you have administrative rights then you can enable it from Central Administration. This are called as Blocked File Types For this you can follow following steps : Open Central Administration Click Security tab In General Security click Define blocked file types On the Blocked File Types page, if you ...


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Yes. SharePoint 2013 has a built-in HTML5 media player that is used to play all video files that are compatible with the HTML5 implementation for the current browser. This means you can now play videos on mobile devices such as iOS that don’t support Silverlight. If the format is not playable by the HTML5 player, then we use Silverlight. The video is ...


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The Asset Library is supported by SharePoint 2013 Foundation. I'm presuming you have sufficient permission to add an app, but that you don't see the Asset Library App?! Unfortunately, the Video and Rich Media feature is not part of Sharepoint 2013 Foundation, so you need to use Server version to add videos and rich content.


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Because you are uploading a file to an Asset Library, right after clicking "upload" you are shown the edit form, in order to fill some metadata that the library requires. Now, the ItemAdded event (which is *asynchronous *) is probably too early to try to change any of the file properties. I tried your code inside the ItemUpdated event and it worked ...


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Just create a YouTube channel and create a video playlist, this will make sure that the next clip in the playlist loads when the first one finish. Copy and embed the link to the first clip in SharePoint.


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No. You'd have to use an attachment as a List item, otherwise you'd have to set up an asset library and use that asset attachment in a hyperlink column. Alternatively, you could do some development that would customize a form that users can fill out that would upload a video to an asset library and also post it to a List item using the new hyperlink of the ...


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Media Web Part is a Silverlight control. So, all the formats supported by Silverlight can be played using MWP. Look at this article for details on that: Supported Media Formats, Protocols, and Log Fields.


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The requirements are of course to update your master page to support HTML 5 (obviously you'll have to use any modern browser to get the benefits of it). The limitations most important are due to the META tag and DOCTYPE (http://klines.org/sharepoint/sharepoint-2010-html5-and-ie9-compatibility-issues/) <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//...


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I would advise against storing such large video files in SharePoint. Large files are not well supported at the moment. Definitely make sure versions are not enabled otherwise you'll be out of disk space very quickly. SharePoint 2013 with Shredded Storage should help this in the future. One of the main issues with large files is the HTTP timeout. This is ...


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I worked on a project embedding JWplayer and Flowplayer into SP2010 and we had some great success with it (it became a product, http://www.ramp.com/solutions/enterprise/, I am not a sales weasal or getting comission ;). We haven't had anything break SP yet, but I don't know how custom the CSS was for our player. I handled the SP side, and another developer ...


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In Central Administration, go to Manage Web Applications and select the web app you're working with and then General Settings from the ribbon. In the Browser File Handling option choose Permissive. Specifies whether additional security headers are added to documents served to web browsers. These headers specify that a browser should show a download prompt ...


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You can. You'd want to create a document library with no default content type specified and then create and add your content types to the library by setting the Manage Content Types option to Yes in the Advanced Settings of the library. Then you'd just need to figure out how you would group things together in your library so that the docx and mp4 file ...


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In addition to embedding YouTube video using ContentEditorWebPart web part, I recommend to take a look on different approaches as described below. Store embedded video properties in Custom List The main idea is to store embedded video properties and not the embedded code itself. For storage Custom List named Video Links is used. Custom List is based on ...


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Always check your filesize when uploading large files. The default maximum upload size is 250MB, but can be changed in central administration (-> application management -> [your webapp] -> general settings -> maximum upload size) For a powershell cmd: http://sharepointrelated.com/2012/07/30/maximum-file-size-per-extension-in-sharepoint-2013/


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If you want to add a comments feature just add the Note Board Web Part that is under Social Collaboration group.


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follow this: What is the File Size limit in Upload Multiple Documents functionality? central admin -> application managment -> manage web applications -> select a web application you want to change -> within the tab above select general settings -> within the popup scroll down till you get to 'Maximum Upload Size'. the default is 50MB, the max if i ...


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No, O365 Video is not targeted at a YouTube type scenario and thus anonymous or "external" access is not allowed. EDIT: Vote on Uservoice if you want this: https://office365video.uservoice.com/forums/273864-o365-video-feedback/suggestions/7644834-allow-external-sharing


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It is not possible out of the box with SharePoint web part.But you could think of some customization.


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I developed the following solution: I hope this helps someone else! Cheers, Laura


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as per my knowledge In HTML5, there are 3 supported video formats: MP4, WebM, and Ogg. WebM and Ogg are two much newer file types related to HTML5 video, I have tested only for MP4. Please see below link for more details, • http://www.w3schools.com/html/html5_video.asp • http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/html5-videos-things-you-need-to-know/


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I've contacted Microsoft's support and they said it is not possible to force a media web part to use the HTML5 version. Instead of inserting the videos directly on that page, I created thumbnail links to videos on the Videos section of Office 365. So on SharePoint, there would be little pictures of each video, and clicking on a picture would open a new tab ...


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I'm using Sharepoint 2013 and had a similar issue, no thumbnail was displayed. I found that there was a .png file missing. Try editing the properties and make a new thumbnail (see final picture below). Otherwise, read this whole post to troubleshoot the issue. To troubleshoot this, open the Video Library using Windows Explorer. If I show you pictures it'...


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Download Video JS files and upload into Style Library video.js video-js.css video-js.swf Upload Video file and a poster (image) to Site Assets Edit page and add a Script Editor Web Part Paste following in the Script Editor Web Part window <link href="/Style%20Library/video-js.css" rel="stylesheet"></link> <script type="text/javascript" src=...


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It's not necessary to create custom user field. If you upload the videos by your own page you can use multiline text field with rich formatting in the list to "render" it do the display form. You upload the video in your page to assert library and then fill the field with the Object tag with proper SRC attribute referring to uploaded video. Customize New ...


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I found the solution to this with a very simple workaround. I gave all users view only permissions Then i changed in the asset list to edit mode Select the web part with the specific list and click "Edit Web Part" In the Advanced settings under "Target Audiences" enter all the users/groups that should still be able to view the items in the list After ...


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You can't, but you can make it harder for users to download disabling the right-click-save-as function $(document).ready(function(){ $('#videoElementID').bind('contextmenu',function() { return false; }); }); Reference: One answer to the question Prevent HTML5 video from being downloaded (right-click saved)?


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Solved this by using ReST API. Querying the folder using "http://site url/_api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl('/Folder Name')/Files" URL did the trick and helped me get the properties of the actual video stored under the folder.


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Yes, as noted in this Office blog article titled "Enhanced Video Experience in SharePoint 2013": Provide a link to a video: Use this option to provide a link to a video file that resides in another site (such as videos from other SharePoint sites or file shares). It is important to note that your URL should point to a video stream file and not to ...


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