FV Flowplayer Video Player - Version 2.1.52

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  • 2014/01/10 =

  • Bugfix - critical bugfix for playlist parsing

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Developer FolioVision
Plugin Icon 128x128 FV Flowplayer Video Player
Version 2.1.52
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  1. flowplayer/LICENSE.txt → LICENSE.txt +701 -720
  2. controller/backend.php +1564 -165
  3. controller/frontend.php +308 -182
  4. controller/shortcodes.php +182 -100
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  48. flowplayer.php +31 -5
  49. flowplayer/README.txt +0 -302
  50. flowplayer/commercial/LICENSE_COMMERCIAL.txt +0 -166
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  54. flowplayer/embed.min.js +3 -0
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  57. flowplayer/flowplayer.min.js +0 -24
  58. flowplayer/flowplayer.swf +0 -0
  59. flowplayer/fv-flowplayer.min.js +341 -0
  60. flowplayer/style.css +0 -41
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  75. includes/extra-functions.php +131 -0
  76. includes/fp-api.php +376 -0
  77. {view → includes}/getid3/extension.cache.dbm.php +208 -222
  78. {view → includes}/getid3/extension.cache.mysql.php +171 -171
  79. includes/getid3/extension.cache.sqlite3.php +264 -0
  80. {view → includes}/getid3/getid3.lib.php +1342 -1309
  81. {view → includes}/getid3/getid3.php +1776 -1397
  82. includes/getid3/module.audio-video.flv.php +729 -0
  83. {view → includes}/getid3/module.audio-video.matroska.php +1771 -1712
  84. {view → includes}/getid3/module.audio-video.mpeg.php +296 -292
  85. includes/getid3/module.audio-video.quicktime.php +2145 -0
  86. {view → includes}/getid3/module.audio-video.real.php +527 -528
  87. {view → includes}/getid3/module.audio-video.swf.php +139 -149
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  89. includes/getid3/module.audio.flac.php +442 -0
  90. {view → includes}/getid3/module.audio.mp3.php +2009 -2022
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  92. includes/getid3/module.audio.ogg.php +671 -0
  93. {view → includes}/getid3/module.tag.apetag.php +370 -290
  94. {view → includes}/getid3/module.tag.id3v1.php +359 -361
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  96. {view → includes}/getid3/module.tag.lyrics3.php +294 -282
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  101. includes/getid3/write.real.php +273 -0
  102. includes/getid3/write.vorbiscomment.php +119 -0
  103. js/checkvideo.js +0 -93
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  105. js/jquery.colorbox-min.js +6 -0
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  112. mediaelement/silverlightmediaelement.xap +0 -0
  113. models/flowplayer-backend.php +39 -20
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controller/backend.php CHANGED
@@ -1,166 +1,1565 @@
1
- <?php
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- /**
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- * Needed includes
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- */
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- include_once(dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/../models/flowplayer.php');
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- include_once(dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/../models/flowplayer-backend.php');
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- /**
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- * Create the flowplayer_backend object
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- */
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- $fp = new flowplayer_backend();
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- /**
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- * WP Hooks
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- */
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- add_action('admin_head', 'flowplayer_head');
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- add_action('admin_menu', 'flowplayer_admin');
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- add_action('media_buttons', 'flowplayer_add_media_button', 30);
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- add_action('media_upload_fv-wp-flowplayer', 'flowplayer_wizard');
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- add_action('admin_init', 'fv_flowplayer_init');
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- if(isset($_POST['_wp_http_referer']) && (strpos($_POST['_wp_http_referer'],'fvplayer')))
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- add_filter('media_send_to_editor','fp_media_send_to_editor', 10, 3);
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- add_action('the_content', 'flowplayer_content_remove_commas');
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- function fv_flowplayer_init()
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- {
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- add_action( 'wp_ajax_fvp_ajax_action_checkvideo', 'fvp_ajax_action_checkvideo' );
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- global $wp_rewrite;
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- // $wp_rewrite->flush_rules(false);
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- }
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- function flowplayer_content_remove_commas($content){
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- preg_match('/.*popup=\'(.*?)\'.*/', $content, $matches);
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- $content_new = preg_replace('/\,/', '',$content);
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- if (isset($matches[1]))
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- $content_new = preg_replace('/popup=\'(.*?)\'/', 'popup=\''.$matches[1].'\'',$content_new);
33
- return $content_new;
34
- }
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- /**
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- * END WP Hooks
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- */
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- function fp_media_send_to_editor($html, $attachment_id, $attachment){
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- if(isset($_POST['_wp_http_referer']) && (strpos($_POST['_wp_http_referer'],'fvplayer'))) {
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- preg_match('/height=([0-9]+([a-z]+))/',$_POST['_wp_http_referer'],$matchesh);
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- $video_flag = substr($matchesh[2],8);
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- if (isset($attachment_id))
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- {
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- $attachment_url = wp_get_attachment_url($attachment_id);
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- $path_parts = pathinfo($attachment_url);
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- switch ($video_flag){
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- case 'splash': setcookie("selected_image",$attachment_url);
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- $selected_attachment = array('url'=>$attachment_url,'id'=>$attachment_id,'type'=>'splash');
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- $uploaded_image = $attachment_url;
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- break;
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- case 'normal': setcookie("selected_video",$attachment_url);
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- $selected_attachment = array('url'=>$attachment_url,'type'=>'normal');
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- $uploaded_video = $attachment_url;
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- break;
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- case 'low': setcookie("selected_video_low",$attachment_url);
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- $selected_attachment = array('url'=>$attachment_url,'type'=>'low');
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- $uploaded_video_mobile = $attachment_url;
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- break;
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- case 'mobile': setcookie("selected_video_mobile",$attachment_url);
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- $selected_attachment = array('url'=>$attachment_url,'type'=>'mobile');
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- $uploaded_video_mobile = $attachment_url;
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- break;
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- case 'webm': setcookie("selected_video_webm",$attachment_url);
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- $selected_attachment = array('url'=>$attachment_url,'type'=>'webm');
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- $uploaded_video_mobile = $attachment_url;
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- break;
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- case 'trigp': setcookie("selected_video_3gp",$attachment_url);
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- $selected_attachment = array('url'=>$attachment_url,'type'=>'3gp');
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- $uploaded_video_mobile = $attachment_url;
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- break;
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- }
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- }
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- wp_enqueue_style('media');
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- wp_iframe('flowplayer_wizard_function',$selected_attachment);
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- die;
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- }
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- }
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- function flowplayer_wizard() {
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- //do the magic here
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- setcookie("selected_video",'',time()-3600);
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- setcookie("selected_image",'',time()-3600);
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- wp_enqueue_style('media');
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- wp_iframe('flowplayer_wizard_function','');
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- }
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- function flowplayer_wizard_function($selected_attachment) {
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- if(get_option('wp_mobile_video_active')=='enabled')
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- include dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/../../wp-mobile-video-player/view/wizard.php'; /// use the extended wizard
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- else
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- include dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/../view/wizard.php';
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- }
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- /**
92
- * Administrator environment function.
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- */
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- function flowplayer_admin () {
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- // if we are in administrator environment
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- if (function_exists('add_submenu_page')) {
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- add_options_page(
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- 'FV Wordpress Flowplayer',
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- 'FV Wordpress Flowplayer',
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- 8,
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- basename(__FILE__),
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- 'flowplayer_page'
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- );
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- }
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- }
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- /**
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- * Outputs HTML code for bool options based on arg passed.
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- * @param string Currently selected value ('true' or 'false').
109
- * @return string HTML code
110
- */
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- function flowplayer_bool_select($current) {
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- switch($current) {
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- case "true":
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- $html = '<option selected="selected" value="true">true</option><option value="false">false</option>';
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- break;
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- case "false":
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- $html = '<option value="true" >true</option><option selected="selected" value="false">false</option>';
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- break;
119
- default:
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- $html = '<option value="true">true</option><option selected="selected" value="false">false</option>';
121
- break;
122
- }
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- return $html;
124
- }
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- /**
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- * Displays administrator menu with configuration.
127
- */
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- function flowplayer_page() {
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- //initialize the class:
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- $fp = new flowplayer();
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- include dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/../view/admin.php';
132
- }
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- /**
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- * Checks for errors regarding access to configuration file. Displays errors if any occur.
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- * @param object $fp Flowplayer class object.
136
- */
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- function flowplayer_check_errors($fp){
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- $html = '';
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- // config file checks, exists, readable, writeable
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- $conf_file = realpath(dirname(__FILE__)).'/wpfp.conf'; //Zdenka: I think here should be /../
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- if(!file_exists($conf_file)){
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- $html .= '<h3 style="font-weight: bold; color: #ff0000">'.$conf_file.' Does not exist please create it</h3>';
143
- } elseif(!is_readable($conf_file)){
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- $html .= '<h3 style="font-weight: bold; color: #ff0000">'.$conf_file.' is not readable please check file permissions</h3>';
145
- } elseif(!is_writable($conf_file)){
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- $html .= '<h3 style="font-weight: bold; color: #ff0000">'.$conf_file.' is not writable please check file permissions</h3>';
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- }
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- // return $html; //Zdenka : Why is this not here?
149
- }
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- function flowplayer_add_media_button(){
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- global $post;
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- $plugins = get_option('active_plugins');
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- $found = false;
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- foreach ( $plugins AS $plugin ) {
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- if( stripos($plugin,'foliopress-wysiwyg') !== FALSE )
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- $found = true;
157
- }
158
- if(!$found)
159
- {
160
- $button_tip = 'Insert a Flash Video Player';
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- $wizard_url = 'media-upload.php?post_id='.$post->ID.'&type=fv-wp-flowplayer';
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- $button_src = RELATIVE_PATH.'/images/icon.png';
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- echo '<a title="Add FV WP Flowplayer" href="'.$wizard_url.'&TB_iframe=true&width=500&height=300" class="thickbox" ><img src="' . $button_src . '" alt="' . $button_tip . '" /></a>';
164
- }
165
- }
166
?>
1
+ <?php
2
+
3
+ /* FV Wordpress Flowplayer - HTML5 video player with Flash fallback
4
+ Copyright (C) 2013 Foliovision
5
+
6
+ This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
7
+ it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
8
+ the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
9
+ (at your option) any later version.
10
+
11
+ This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
12
+ but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
13
+ MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
14
+ GNU General Public License for more details.
15
+
16
+ You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
17
+ along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
18
+ */
19
+
20
+ include_once(dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/../models/flowplayer.php');
21
+ include_once(dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/../models/flowplayer-backend.php');
22
+
23
+ /**
24
+ * Create the flowplayer_backend object
25
+ */
26
+ $fv_fp = new flowplayer_backend();
27
+
28
+ /**
29
+ * WP Hooks
30
+ */
31
+ add_action('wp_ajax_fv_wp_flowplayer_support_mail', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_support_mail');
32
+ add_action('wp_ajax_fv_wp_flowplayer_check_mimetype', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_check_mimetype');
33
+ add_action('wp_ajax_fv_wp_flowplayer_check_template', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_check_template');
34
+ add_action('wp_ajax_fv_wp_flowplayer_check_files', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_check_files');
35
+
36
+ add_action('admin_head', 'flowplayer_head');
37
+ add_action('admin_menu', 'flowplayer_admin');
38
+ add_action('media_buttons', 'flowplayer_add_media_button', 30);
39
+
40
+
41
+ add_action('admin_init', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_admin_init');
42
+ add_action( 'wp_ajax_fv_foliopress_ajax_pointers', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_pointers_ajax' );
43
+ add_action('media_upload_fvplayer_video', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_media_upload');
44
+ add_action('media_upload_fvplayer_video_1', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_media_upload');
45
+ add_action('media_upload_fvplayer_video_2', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_media_upload');
46
+ add_action('media_upload_fvplayer_mobile', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_media_upload');
47
+ add_action('media_upload_fvplayer_splash', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_media_upload');
48
+ add_action('media_upload_fvplayer_logo', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_media_upload');
49
+ add_action('media_upload_fvplayer_subtitles', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_media_upload');
50
+
51
+
52
+ add_action( 'admin_enqueue_scripts', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_admin_enqueue_scripts' );
53
+ add_action( 'edit_form_after_editor', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_edit_form_after_editor' );
54
+
55
+ add_action( 'after_plugin_row', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_after_plugin_row', 10, 3 );
56
+
57
+ add_action( 'save_post', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_save_post', 9999 );
58
+
59
+ add_filter( 'get_user_option_closedpostboxes_fv_flowplayer_settings', 'fv_wp_flowplayer_closed_meta_boxes' );
60
+
61
+
62
+ //loading a video and splash image
63
+ if(
64
+ isset($_REQUEST['_wp_http_referer']) &&
65
+ (
66
+ strpos($_REQUEST['_wp_http_referer'],'type=fvplayer_video') ||
67
+ strpos($_REQUEST['_wp_http_referer'],'type=fvplayer_video_1') ||
68
+ strpos($_REQUEST['_wp_http_referer'],'type=fvplayer_video_2') ||
69
+ strpos($_REQUEST['_wp_http_referer'],'type=fvplayer_mobile') ||
70
+ strpos($_REQUEST['_wp_http_referer'],'type=fvplayer_splash') ||
71
+ strpos($_REQUEST['_wp_http_referer'],'type=fvplayer_subtitles')
72
+ )
73
+ ) {
74
+ add_filter('media_send_to_editor','fv_wp_flowplayer_media_send_to_editor', 10, 3);
75