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Plumi (4.2.2)

by Olha Pelishok last modified 2011-07-04
Released on 2011-07-02 by EngageMedia, Noa Peer, Datakid, Souheil, Andrew Lowenthal, Anna Helme, Keren Moran, Dave Fregon, Andy Nicholson for Plone 4.0 under GPL - GNU General Public License available for All platforms.
Software development stage: stable
Plumi is a package of Plone products that enable you to create your own video sharing site. By adding it to an existing Plone instance you can quickly have a wide array of functionality to facilitate video distribution and community creation.

On top of the out-of-the-box Plone functionality Plumi adds the following features:

  • Video Uploading
    • Upload video in any format (over http)
    • Large video file uploads via FTP (automatically added to Plone site)
    • Expanded video metadata set (Director, Producer, Date Produced etc.)
  • Video Transcoding and Playback using Transcode Star
    • Automatic server-side transcoding to mp4 H.264 and Ogg Theora (configurable) via ffmpeg
    • Embedded playback via Flowplayer
    • Automatic thumbnail extraction
    • Auto extraction of video duration
    • HTML5 video tag support
  • User Interface / Theme
    • Custom templates for browsing videos
    • Enhanced author page (user profile) including latest videos, news & events and personal latest videos vodcast feed
    • Customised workspaces and video publishing workflow
  • Language and Translations
    • Indonesian translation of Plumi and Plone interface
    • Built in content translation via LinguaPlone
  • Classification, Licensing and Ratings
    • Content ratings
    • Classifications system into country, genre and topic using ATVocabulary Manager
    • Tagcloud of keywords usingqi.portlet.TagCloud
    • Content Licensing including Creative Commons licensing (through their API), the GNU Free Documentation License or you can add custom licenses or use traditional Copyright
  • RSS and Discussion
    • RSS feeds with media enclosures (or "vodcasts") created automatically based on taxonomy items - eg country, genre, member, topic or through creating custom smart folders usingqRSS2Syndication
    • enhanced comments functionality using Plone Discussions
  • Back End
    • Multiple load-balanced Zope instances using Zeo-clusters managed using Supervisor
    • Caching via Varnish
    • Production and development builds available
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Avatar Posted by at 2007-10-25

only Linux what gives ?

kinda sux if we cant run it on windows

0.2 released

Avatar Posted by plumi at 2008-02-12

The next version of plumi has just been released see and

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