Hi my friends,
How can I create a new knowledge document with a video embed to the page?
I think is more easier for the users see the videos instead of the pictures...
Can you guys help me ? =)
This is an example I just tested and it worked very well:"
<video controls="" height="240" width="320"> <source src="http://my-server-name:8080/video/test.mp4" type="video/mp4" /></video>
where I have a test.mp4 in NX_ROOT\bopcfg\www\CATALINA_BASE\webapps\ROOT\video. Please notice that
out of box "video" folder is not there and you would need to manually create it and put your video clips there.
This looks like a duplicate of Videos files embed on Knowledge Documents
Thiago, the frame is for a html so you could be able to do that. For example, I just used this one:"
watch this:<div><embed src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/F9Bo89m2f6g" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></div>
in "Resolution" field and it worked fine for me. Thanks _Chi
Thanks my friend.
Can I use this code for videos that I have on the CA SDM server?
I think so...just modify the src="...." and it should work.
Not necessarily. Firstly, the video would need to be hosted by a web server (which you can technically configure your server to be, but it isn't by default), referencing a file by it's path on the server is not likely to work.
I tried testing with a wmv file that I was hosting in IIS, and that did not work. You may need additional configuration in IIS to allow the ability to stream files.
Have videos in knowledge documents is a great idea. As such, I am going to write a tech doc about this so in
the future others can search for it easily.
Chi,The TECDOC is done?
Daniel, yes, the tech doc was done long time and I forgot to update here. It is KB000059177. Thanks _Chi
Nice one Chi. Looks like my testing would have gone better if I used a different file type
Well done my friend.
It works very well. thank you so much. =)
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