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Thu Sep 30 18:37:06 UTC 2010
We don;t have it fully functional yet, but we are playing with VideoPress on
a dev server. As of now we have students and faculty use YouTube, Vimeo,
Blip.tv, etc. But at least for a few projects we wouls like the option of
inhouse video (though external sites are still the way to go for the most
As we figure this out, I'll try and get the list updated. I'm liking the
integration of VideoPress and WPMS, so we'll see.
On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 2:31 PM, Patrick Laverty
<patrick_laverty at brown.edu>wrote:
> To me, blog servers are for blogs and video servers are for videos. I
> don't think many people size their blog, wiki, or other hardware
> really for video storage, so in my opinion it's best to have the video
> live on a video server (preferably on campus if you have a video
> server) and simply link to it.
> On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 2:18 PM, Laura Fathauer <lfathauer at ehe.osu.edu>
> > I'm curious about how people have enabled/use video; do you allow your
> users to upload video into wordpress? Do you have file size restrictions? Or
> are you just directing that content to youtube and embedding? We're
> typically getting requests to be able to add video in the 50-100 meg range.
> > Cheers
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