I can’t guarantee this is how UPC.edu achieved it, but it looks as if it is implemented as follows:
- Embed some code in DSpace somewhere suitable (e.g. in display-item.jsp, or more likely ItemTag.java)
- Make this code look for bitstreams with a .flv (flash video) / .mp4 / .mp3 / .aac extension
A pretty quick and easy solution, that works well.
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I agree, I would like to see how this was done as I would love to implement it with our DSpace instance. How did they do it?
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Subject: Re: [Dspace-general] view videos
yes, this is fantasic. It would be very interesting to see how this was done. Maybe the same technique could be used to provide embedded viewers for other kinds of content. I am thinking of jmol for viewing molecules as 3D rotating images.
2009/5/26 Michael Guthrie <Michael.Guthrie@biomedcentral.com>
That is interesting. I would be interested to know how that was achieved as well.
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Sent: Sunday, May 24, 2009 12:13 PM
Subject: [Dspace-general] view videos
Greetings to all
there is a module or component in order to view videos DSpace like this..
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