External "Video for Everybody"WordPress Plugin

External "Video for Everybody"Wordpress Plugin Free download

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External "Video for Everybody" WordPress Plugin overview

Delivers ogg/theora (and optional webm) html5 video from an external storage location with fallbacks to flash, and links for download..

Important: This plugin is designed to operate on media files hosted

outside your WordPress site. It does not integrate with the media library,

and it does not create the media files.

External “Video for Everybody” is a WordPress plugin that you can use to show

videos on your WordPress site. You enter a simple shortcode on your page, and

the plugin generates the HTML to deliver the media. Browsers that understand

the HTML5 tag will display MPEG/H.264 (.mp4) files, VP8/webm (.webm), or Ogg/Theora (.ogv) files. Other browsers can use Flash to play the .mp4. In all cases, the

markup includes links to download the media files. The HTML comes with

only minor variations straight from the Video for

Everybody model. See that site for fuller details.

Users can optionally use the

VideoJS JavaScript library to outfit their videos

with an attractive set of controls that includes a full screen option.

This plugin is not for everybody, even if the video tries to be. If I were not

writing my own plugin, I would probably be using the degradable html5 audio

and video Plugin by Pavel Soukenik. My plugin uses and will follow the Video for


approach. I also offer an options page where you can define site-wide default paths and dimensions. The defaults can be overridden in any particular shortcode, but if most of your video resides in the same place and has consistent dimensions, site-wide defaults keep the shortcodes simple. Soukenik’s

shortcodes give you more control over playback options.

Important: Most autobuffering problems have been settled, but

preloading (autobuffering) preferences are supported unevenly in some

older browers and versions of browsers. Depending on how many movies you

serve on a single page, and on how large they are, autobuffering can

significantly slow your clients’ browsers, and it can also hit your bandwidth.

For a discussion of autobuffering in html5 see:



A minimal shortcode takes the form

[external-vfe name="VIDEO"]

where VIDEO stands for the simple name of your video (without any file


name is the only required attribute. Optional attributes are:

  • width (in pixels)
  • height (in pixels)
  • path (URL to the folder where you host your video files)
  • query (to follow the file name in the URL; should start with “?”)
  • include_poster (set to “true” to include a poster attribute in the video tag)
  • webm_download (include a link to a webm file in the list of downloads)
  • poster_extension (png, jpg, or gif)
  • swf_file (The address to your Flash player)
  • vjs (set to “true” to provide attractive video controls with full screen option)
  • file_detector (try to detect remote files if “true”)
  • access_cookie (if you need a simple cookie to access the remote files)

All of the above can also be set as defaults on the options page under:

Media > external vfe

The options page also includes two parameters that cannot be overridden for

an individual video:

  • the ability to disable VideoJS so that the JavaScript and the style sheet will not load at all
  • the option to disable the built-in style sheet

See the plugin home page for more details:


External "Video for Everybody" External Video for Everybody options page
External Video for Everybody options page
External "Video for Everybody" Drop shadow and gradient background for posterless videos in FireFox 4
Drop shadow and gradient background for posterless videos in FireFox 4

External "Video for Everybody" Wordpress Plugin download

You can search for this plugin from your WordPress plugins administration interface and install it automatically.

Or to install it manually:

  1. Download the zipped plugin using the link to the right
  2. Unzip it and put the folder in your wp-contents/plugins folder

After activating the plugin, you should:

  1. Configure the settings at Media > External VfE
  2. Add shortcodes to your posts and pages in order to diplay video

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