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Patch Notes

v2.7.0

  • Added SoundCloud support
  • Added ability to use service name as a parser tag (if not defined previously)

v2.6.1

v2.6.0

v2.5.2

  • If ffmpeg is not installed on the server the FFProbe class will no longer attempt to use and instead just return generic descriptions.
  • Fixed properties on FFProbe being incorrectly declared as static.
  • Fixed issues with not returning generic descriptions when the local file being accessed by ffprobe is not readable.

v2.5.1

  • Added URL argument support to Twitch services.

v2.5.0

  • Added support for VideoLink tags
  • Support for Disclose.tv added
  • Twitch VOD support updated.
  • Added #evu parser tag

v2.4.1

  • Merged Sophivorus' improvements and fixes.
    • Support for TubiTV.com with the tubitv service identifier.
    • Fixed vimeo aspect ratio.
    • Fixed dailymotion ID regex.
  • Fixed error messages being double parsed.

v2.4.0

  • New media handlers to embed locally uploaded video and audio files.
    • Requires ffmpeg and ffprobe binaries to be installed.
    • Uses HTML5 <video> and <audio> tags.
  • Two new settings:
    • $wgFFmpegLocation - Set the location of the ffmpeg binary.
    • $wgFFprobeLocation - Set the location of the ffprobe binary.

v2.3.3

  • Support for JW Player.

v2.3.2

  • Fix auto resize breaking when leaving full screen.

v2.3.1

  • Fixed issue #54 (EmbedVideo doesn't work with mw-collapsible class)
  • Fixed issue #50 ("arg" should be "args" in addService)
  • Added "inline" alignment option
  • Fixed center alignment option css
  • Auto Resize now targets mobile as well

v2.3.0

  • Hard cut off of support for versions older then MediaWiki 1.25
  • Auto Resize attribute added
  • Reverted array_key_exists() regression to fix the <embedvideo> tag being broken.

v2.2.9

v2.2.8

v2.2.7

v2.2.6

  • NicoNico Video ID fixes; will work with new ID formats.

v2.2.5

v2.2.4

  • Fix Bing to work with their new URLs.
  • Remove MSN as their new video service does not support embedding.
  • Standardize Tudou support per their wiki.

v2.2.3

  • Added support for Youku and Tudou.

v2.2.2

  • Updated regular expression replacement pattern for Twitch URLs. Old Twitch embed URLs do not automatically redirect.

v2.2.1

v2.2.0

  • Fixed a bug with alignment that would cause the left align to not work similar to how Mediawiki handles images and other media.
  • New parser tag better suited for templates; #evt.
  • New HTML like tag format that can take parameters.

v2.1.8

  • Translations updated.
  • Fixed a PHP notice being thrown for the new mobile check.

v2.1.7

  • German translation thanks to [[User:Messerjokke79]].

v2.1.6

  • Added to the ability to add optional URL arguments to the generated embed URL.

v2.1.5

  • Fixed context in which resource modules are loaded. This resolves an issue with CSS not always applying.

v2.1.4

v2.1.3

v2.1.2

v2.1.1

  • Fixed a logic issue where the $wgEmbedVideoDefaultWidth global override was not obeyed if the video service specified a default width.
  • Actually bumped the version number this time.

v2.1

  • The width parameter was changed to dimensions. See parameter documentation above.
  • New container parameter to use a standard Mediawiki thumb frame or default to a generic container.
  • The description parameter no longer forces the thumb frame to be used.
  • Added support for Archive.org, Blip.tv, CollegeHumor, Gfycat, Nico Nico Video, TED Talks, and Vine.
  • Ability to center align embeds.
  • CSS resource module.

v2.0

  • URLs from the player pages that contain the raw video ID can now be used as the ID parameter.
  • Validation of the raw IDs is improved.
  • Code base rewritten to have a VideoService class for future extensibility.
  • Switched to HTML5 iframes wherever possible for embeds.
  • All services overhauled to be up to date and working.
  • The 'auto' and 'center' alignment values were removed as they were not working. They are planned to be implement properly in the future.