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QuickSmug 0.2 Released

I found out quickly after releasing the 1st version of QuickSmug that SmugMug just released a Flash player for the videos it hosts. This makes QuickSmg less attractive however inserting an embed tags in WordPress is not straightfoward as WP tries to clean up what ever you type. So I added support for the Flash player in QuickSmug (or shall I call it FlashSmug now?).

You can download it here.

The syntax is pretty much the same:

  1. [FLASHSMUG {video_id_key}] where {video_id_key} is the id_key of the Smugmug video. The id_key the part after the pound sign (#) in the URL when you view the video on Smugmug.

    Example: [FLASHSMUG 265003247_FHz9q]

  2. [FLASHSMUG {video_id_key} {size}] {size}] where {size} is the size of the video you want to display. Right now only ‘S’ (425×318) and ‘M’ (640×480) sizes are supported. When not specified, the size used is ‘S’.

    Example: [FLASHSMUG 265003247_FHz9q S]

  3. [FLASHSMUG {video_id_key} {width} {height}] where obviously {width} and {height} are the width and height of the Flash player in pixel.

    Example: [FLASHSMUG 265003247_FHz9q 425 318]

QuickSmug 0.1.1 Released

This is just a minor bug fix. The previous version was not handling well posts without videos.

QuickSmug-0.1.1

QuickSmug 0.1 Released

After struggling a few times with trying to post some home videos hosted on Smugmug on our family blog, I though it was time to build something to make it easier especially if I wanted my wife to be able to post the videos.

So here it is, QuickSmug-0.1

To install, just untar the archive into your wp-content/plugins folder. There is nothing to configure.

The verys imple syntax is inspired by QuickTime Embedding Plugin:

  1. [QUICKSMUG {video_id_key}]where {video_id_key} is the id_key of the Smugmug video. The id_key the part after the pound sign (#) in the URL when you view the video on Smugmug.Example: [QUICKSMUG 265003247_FHz9q]

  2. [QUICKSMUG {video_id_key} {poster_id_key}]where {poster_id_key} is the id_key of the Smugmug image displayed before the video is played. the id_key is the part after the pound sign (#) in the URL when you view the image on Smugmug. when not specified, the poster image used is the same as the one on Smugmug.Example: [QUICKSMUG 265003247_FHz9q 282268365_yF7fK]

  3. [QUICKSMUG {video_id_key} {poster_id_key} {size}]where {size} is the size of the video you want to display. Right now only ‘S’ (320×240) and ‘M’ (640×480) sizes are supported. When not specified, the size used is ‘S’.Example: [QUICKSMUG 265003247_FHz9q 282268365_yF7fK S]