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Additional actions for imagecache processing using scale-9 image formatting. The actions include:
Overlay (scale-9) - Position a selected file in a layer above or below the canvas.
Resize (scale-9) - Resize an image to an exact set of dimensions, ignoring aspect ratio.
Scale (scale-9) - Resize an image maintaining the original aspect-ratio (only one value necessary).
Random switcher - Randomly switch between selected presets.
Scale-9 formatting lets you define 9 regions of an image overlay (or underlay) that will scale independently. The 9 regions are defined by giving left, top, right and bottom values. The left and right values being pixel offsets from the left edge of the image, and the top and bottom values being pixel offsets from the top of the image, resulting in a 3x3 grid. This is a standard method of UI skinning in Adobe Flash/Flex.
A simple example is the module image to the right. The same frame overlay image is placed 3 times in different sizes without any apparent distortion to the edge and corner areas.
This module will interface with both Embedded Media Field and Media to offer embedded nodes as media file objects. This will expose nodes to the editorial browser, allowing administrators, for instance, to specify article posts to be allowed to be referenced within the Media browser.
Note that the Drupal 6 version will only work with version 3 of Embedded Media Field (still in development).
This module features:
1. Drupal 6 only, as drupal 6 has updated jquery, there's no need to
depend on the jquery_update module.
2. Providing a jcarousel block which can be managed throught the
3. No need to write any HTML or including any JS. If the block shows on
a node page, it reads the images from the node (CCK required).
4. Images are loaded through configurable cck image field. Currently
only supports imceimage and imagefield.
5. lightbox support by default
As of version 6.x-1.4, Couloir Slideshow no longer relies on the prototype/scriptaculous libraries and has been fully recoded to support jQuery which is included with Drupal 6. This change fixes many long-standing conflicts with other modules, particularly Lightbox2.
6.x-1.4 and Later
Starting with Couloir Slideshow 6.x-1.4, it is actually required that Lightbox2 be installed and enabled for any Lightbox effects to occur with the slideshow. It is not a requirement of the module to have Lightbox2 installed, however, if Lightbox2 is not installed, clicking on an image will open the corresponding image itself.
Couloir Slideshow has been tested and is working with Lightbox2 6.x-1.x-dev. Lightbox2 can be downloaded here.
It uses the native HTML5 tag where available and an invisible flash player to emulate the tag for other browsers. It provides a consistent html player UI to all browsers which can be styled with custom css. Under your content types display settings you can select it as either a single player or playlist as the field format.
With Flash as a fallback, it should work pretty much anywhere with just a mp3 file.
It has been verified to work across:
Mobile Safari (iOS 3+)
Android (2.2+, w/Flash)
Firefox (3+, w/ Flash)
Opera (10+, w/ Flash)
IE (6, 7, 8, w/ Flash)
Note that the audio.js library currently supports MP3 audio only.
The Video Upload module provides a CCK field type that allows for the end user to upload video directly to YouTube, using a single account for the site.
Video Upload and Drupal 7
You are encouraged to use the Media and Media:YouTube modules to replicate the functionality that this module has historically provided.
If you are interested in maintaining this module as an alternative to the Media module in Drupal 7, please contact me.
The video never hits the Drupal host (for the 5.x and 6.x-2.x versions only—see the 6.x version below for details on the difference between browser and direct upload methods), saving on storage and bandwidth bottlenecks. Furthermore, the end-user doesn't need a YouTube account, since all video is stored under the site's account. Video can be organized on YouTube with customized developer tags, currently with limited token support.
This project leverages the Google QR Code Generator from their charts API to display a block containing a QR code for the current URL you are viewing. It is simple, straight forward, and should largely work right out of the box.
Websites with lots of images on a single page might take a long time to load, and it sometimes annoys visitors. for fixing this problem this module loads only the images that are visible to or requested by visitors and the other images loads only when visitor scroll downs to them (This is the default behavior there are other options available live mouseover, mouseclick etc).
This module might also be useful for themes since it can be used for any image anywhere on the page.
New stable version for Drupal 6 (including several bug fixes , code cleanup) will be released soon 2010/01/17. I'll release a full Drupal6 compatible in the next few weeks 2009/11/07.
Drupal 5 release is only for demonstration, do not use it on production site. it might be functional however but i'm not going to release any new version for Drupal5.
The PicLens Drupal module is has just found its new maintainer - rsvelko from segments.at!
The PicLens module for Drupal makes it easy for you to provide your visitors with an immersive slideshow experience for rich media on your website. It supports the mediaRSS feeds which is needed by the 3D plugins. The PicLens Lite is also supported enabling a really slick slideshow on your own website.
Note: This module is being merged into the Mediafront Module. The Drupal 7 version of MediaFront will have the Dash media player included in the module download. For Drupal 6 users, there will be an update to this module in soon time that will add the Dash media player within the Mediafront module.
The Dash Media Player for Drupal CMS is a revolutionary, first of its kind, free to use media player built specifically to tap into the power of Drupal CMS! Just imagine… a media player whose content is driven by the power and flexibility of Drupal. With this player, you can truly take advantage of the best of two worlds... the incredible user interface of Flash, and the unparalleled content management of Drupal. Using these two systems together, you can quite literally have your very own Media CMS system! As you will soon see, the Dash Media Player is a truly remarkable player geared up for the rise of Web 3.0.
Responsive Background Images is an easy to use, simple helper module for making your background images responsive. It can be used with either static or slideshow background types, and will always fill the full window space with your image(s). The slideshow background effect is automatic with this module if you enable more than one image.
The module achieves this by first recognizing the screensize with which a user is viewing your site, then loading the best file size (image style) for that screen. For example, a 320x480 image will load for iPhone viewers, and a 1600x1200 version for those on a large desktop.
Responsive Background then resizes the image dynamically to match the browser width exactly, maintaining the proportion of the image even if the user resizes the window. If the user were to view your site first on a small screen and then maximize the window, the module will automatically load a new image size so that the background does not become pixelated. If a user were to zoom in or out while viewing your site, the background image will stay the same and not resize with the rest of the page.
This solves theming issues with sites that have standard responsive features, and offers an enhanced user experience for all browser sizes. (description by Jenna Colbaugh)
The Creative Commons module allows users to select and assign a Creative Commons license to a node and any attached content, or to the entire site. It also provides integration between CC and Drupal technology.
This module contains Embedded Audio Field providers (i.e. emfield's emaudio module) that don't currently have their own "Media: " module yet (see the emfield project page for more information on the move towards the new and vastly improved Media Module).
Drupal does not support download resume , meaning that downloading large private files can be troublesome because if for any reason the download fails , there is no way to continue downloading from where it stopped and the whole file should be downloaded again.
NOTICE : This module does not need any patch to work
Allows videos embedded using the video_embed_field module to be displayed in a DOM Window overlay.
How does it do it?
Well, first it defines a new format for the video_embed_field fields called overlay. Then, using a pretty standard theme function, combines the preexisting display modes into one, thus producing a thumbnail that is linked to the embed code (inline hidden div) which will be displayed in an overlay window using the DOMWindow jquery plugin
Using image styles, you can overlay a play button on top of your video thumbnail: Notice this requires downloading the imagecache_actions module and enabling the imagecache_canvasactions submodule.
When rendered the thumbnail is displayed and linked to the embedded video player that will be displayed in the overlay
All the settings are intuitive and provided in compliance with the Field API