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June 14, 2014 at 2:43 am in reply to: videos not working after buying flowplayer commercial html5 player #63680
Thank you for fixing my problem. You said the number I had in the AWS S3 Video URL Expiry field was way too large. I think I may not understand the point of that field: one of my products is a video with an unexpiring link. I was thinking that the number in the AWS S3 Video URL Expiry had to be very large for that reason. Will that field limit the amount of time someone has access to the video? Also, I now have the flowplayer license key and website fields populated, but I see no logo in the bottom left corner of my vids. Hsve I forgotten something? Thanks!June 14, 2014 at 12:31 am in reply to: videos not working after buying flowplayer commercial html5 player #63679
Great! Will send right away. Just tried a system restore, didnt help. I had 70 videos that played perfectly up until last night, which is when i entered the key and website info in my lightbox settings. Thanks.June 13, 2014 at 4:58 pm in reply to: videos not working after buying flowplayer commercial html5 player #63677
I’ve been to the Flowplayer forum and the moderator said:
“I don’t think this is caused by entering the key. Indeed the files are not there:
$ curl – [redacted by moderator]
$ HTTP/1.1 403 Forbidden
x-amz-id-2: YIgzVHJrrsrPt45+HnONP68/Rnei6rk8ACiIB2mX98FheW+JY/vmE3wRxizolXgT8Bg82+ o5/rw=
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2014 08:19:17 GMT
and he continued:
“Check your AWS settings maybe?
btw why does the plugin force the Flash engine? And seting the flash: video to the same http address as the MP4 does not really make sense either ;
we can of course refund you if it doesn’t work out. But as I said, I believe this is just a coincidence, as the video links do not work outside of Flowplayer or the plugin either.”
Sadly, I’ll have to be satisfied with just getting my video play restored. Up until lsat night, the roughly 70 videos on the site were playing fine.
Thanks for any help.March 22, 2014 at 2:10 am in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61419
Ok, just removed “autoplay” and now both FF and IE browsers are playing nice. I can live with that. Still no luck with remember function in Chrome though.March 21, 2014 at 10:44 pm in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61418
Just tried IE and Firefox. In each case, I got a message from the browser asking me if I wanted it to save the PW so I said yes. Both appear to work, but is that a different “remember” function? Also, I have the login page set to redirect to a video on auto play, and in both IE and FF the sound works, but the video freezes. The video in Chrome works fine, but “remember” function still not working. Whew.
Thanks.March 21, 2014 at 5:20 pm in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61416
Running Chrome. Cookies accepted (recommended setting) and cookies preserved when browser is closed.
thanksMarch 21, 2014 at 4:24 pm in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61414
Testing an emember membership login. It’s working fine, except “Remember me” function not working. I do not have simultaneous login box checked. What else am I overlooking?
thanksMarch 20, 2014 at 11:29 pm in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61413
thank you!March 20, 2014 at 10:57 pm in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61411
I am confused about what to do in the Manage Content Protection tab:
“First of all, globally protect the content on your site by selecting “General Protection” from the drop-down box below and then select the items that should be protected from non-logged in users.”
It says protected from “non-logged in users.” Besides signup/login, the only emember pages on my site will be either the buy now/member level pages and the emember shortcode protected video pages. It seems to me like I don’t have to protect anything from non-logged in users. Is that correct? Hope I’ve explained myself well enough.
thank you.March 20, 2014 at 4:03 pm in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61409
Trying to start setting up emember. Again, my site offers a personalized ppv Ecard through estore, and the same ppv vid (unlimited views/”Vdisc”}) thru emember, with each new member “level” corresponding to one name. I’m confused about assigning global protection from non-members. Do I need that? Each time I add a new membership level, eg “Thomas”, I am assigning exclusive access to the Thomas vid to that member alone. So, I’m guessing that I can skip the global protection for non-members, as there is nothing to protect against. Is that correct?March 19, 2014 at 5:26 pm in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61408
Yea, just came back from making them and saw your post.
thanks again!!March 19, 2014 at 5:25 pm in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61407
Oops. Ok yes…google serial number generator, push the button, generate as many as you want, paste them into emember. That’s it? (wish I was 10 years younger).March 19, 2014 at 5:16 pm in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61405
lol thanks. Ok gifting. I was thinking emember would spit out a bunch of serial numbers for me, but I didnt see where it will do that. Did I just miss it, or do I have to make up numbers?
thanksMarch 19, 2014 at 4:54 pm in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61403
“For #1, you would have to have one membership level for each video. And each membership would be $5 and non-expiring. You’d then offer the choice of either $1 or $5 on your product pages.”
Yes exactly what I want. No purchase history functionality, and yes again, the gifting is exactly what I want.
Now, am I creating a visual disaster by having an ever-growing (400+) list of membership
thank you!March 19, 2014 at 4:07 pm in reply to: setting up pay per view with eStore… do I also need eMember? #61401
Thank you. But here’s the thing..that approach is more than I want to do on my site. The Ecard is simply a birthday greeting: $1.00, 3 days, the party’s over. When kids happen to LOVE the Ecard, or if a parent is on the site and, nevermind the Ecard, just wants to buy the “Vdisc”(lol yeah the acronym..) then I just want a second option- the unlimited views option- that can be purchased.
Is this a workable setup? The customer wants the Vdisc. They register for the (free) Vdisc membership. The new member is then brought to a page that has the same name selection drop-down menu as my Home Page(barnyardbirthday.co). They select the name they want, pay $5.00, and view an embedded protected video as often as they want.