I'm getting the following error: Failed opening required 'File/Ogg.php' being thrown from extensions/TimedMediaHandler/handlers/OggHandler/OggHandler.php on line 12.
There's a folder called File in the PEAR subfolder, which contains the Ogg.php. However, changing the line of code to that (or copying the File directory and placing it in the OggHandler folder) will then get a new error thrown:
Failed opening required 'PEAR.php' from extensions/TimedMediaHandler/handlers/OggHandler/File/Ogg.php on line 114.
If you have installed the php-pear package (or whatever the PHP pear packe is named) and this error still occours, than PHP does not find the
PEAR.php file from the php-pear package. Make sure that PEAR is found. Check the include_path in
My solution was to add
include_path=".:/usr/share/php5/PEAR/" to my
Can you provide a detailed, simplified walkthrough on how to get Pear installed and configured properly so the TimedMediaHandler extension functions correctly? I have read a ton of info and instructions, and I am still at a loss on what to do. My media extension refuses to work. All I need to do is get the embed player to appear inside the Template:Listen box.
Difficult to provide details from your vague “how to get Pear installed and configured properly” (what system, architecture, environment?). I cannot guess what help you exactly need to succeed in installing and configuring. Regarding Pear installation generally:
- just follow the official instructions step by step, documented on http://pear.php.net
- if you have a software manager that provides Pear as well then you can try to use a package instead that is offered by your distribution. But again: follow official instruction. I'm confident, they are out there ;-)
I will kindly state it again; I have read a ton of info and instructions, and I am still at a loss on what to do. I have tried to follow the instructions, with your added emphasis on follow, at the link you provided. I've also spent hours trying to sort out the instructions on the TimedMediaHandler page. Have tried (and tried). There are too many gaps of unexplained details, otherwise I would've never resorted to spending three days asking questions on forums and support pages where the common reply is typically: follow the instructions.
I can understand your reluctance to provide a walkthrough, as Pear seems to be quite the headache in common consensus.
Here's another question I've tried asking people but have yet to receive a response:
Is there another media extension that would work? All I want to do is embed a short audio clip in the Listen box. That's it. All the severe gas I'm getting in dealing with this Pear nightmare seems a bit overkill for what I need. I have tried other extensions and have gotten them to work (easily), but so far, have not figured out a way to actually get the player embedded inside the listen box which is the ultimate goal.
Hi, as you stated you have read a lot, OK we now know twice, but that‘s not your real issue. You want PEAR to be installed on Windows then use or check out for a fitting subject thread, be precise and detailed in providing error messages, warnings etc. so that people can help you most. We want to help you on this—that‘s the purpose of these forums—but telling the issue just vague is not effective.
- I don't know how to install PEAR on Windows—so I can't help you here. And this very issue is probably misplaced here in the thread “Missing or misplaced files”. You know what I mean. You haven’t got to the step that PEAR is already installed and working, you know. There is a German documentation page to install PEAR on Windows 7 and PHP 5.4 but it also states that it is difficult and is a complicated installation by hand :-/. To understand those pages you can try to use machine translation services that translate URLs.
- The other issue is configuring Extension:TimedMediaHandler but you are not there yet. If you get thee same error messages as above in this thread then my solution might bring you closer to the solution, if you have other error messages that are totally not related to this thread than check it out or open a new thread.
- Is there another media extension that would work?
- try the categories on the extension page (e.g. Category:Media handling extensions) or read recommendations on MediaWiki.
That‘s (almost) all I can help you with.
Does anyone have a simplified walkthrough on how to properly install Pear and get it configured? The instructions on the TimedMediaHandler page are confusing at best, and no one seems to have any helpful info. I cannot get TimedMediaHandler working until Pear is installed and running. I am at a total loss. Can anyone please help?
Greetings all. I'm using mediawiki 1.24.0 and I have the extensions installed, they show in special:version.
When I upload a video, and call it with File:Xyz.ogg it shows as a red link. When I go to the upload log, it shows the file there. If I click the file from its file page, it plays fine. Just cant load it on an article.
I tried ogg and webm both do the same.
I have timedmediahandler and mwembedsupport.
What am I missing here?
Thanks for a writing a great extension. It is working perfectly for me in chrome, firefox, and for mobile devices. I cannot get the flash fallback to work, however. In IE9 I get the notification "For a better video playback experience we recommend an HTML5 video browser." and when I click play it tries to download the webm version of the file. I've made sure to enable transcoding to h264 which completed successfully. I've tried setting EmbedPlayer.DisableVideoTagSupport to true for debugging. This causes all browsers to behave similarly - ie trying to download the file. Is there a setting I'm missing to enable the flash fallback player?
Keep in mind, the flash fallback is not used on Wikimedia, and hence nobody has tested it in years, so perhaps its just broken.
You need to set the following at the bottom of LocalSettings.php
$wgMwEmbedModuleConfig['EmbedPlayer.DisableHTML5FlashFallback' ] = false;
Extension:TimedMediaHandler#Minimal_install_under_Ubuntu_12.04 doesn't sound very good, those repositories have not been updated since 2011; also, it conflicts with advice above which says to use a firefogg repository. How about libav, ibvpx?
I've also filed phab:T86477 for further simplification. In the meanwhile I checked the readme and the following commands were enough for me to embed a WebM video from Commons (might be different when not using apt.wikimedia.org though):
apt-get libav-tools oggvideotools ffmpeg2theora nano LocalSettings.php # Enable mwEmbedSupport, TimedMediaHandler, InstantCommons php maintenance/update.php php maintenance/rebuildLocalisationCache.php # Update magic words to avoid exceptions, if using l10n cache
Hi when editing this mediawiki page and you click edit section it brings up a different section that you doint want to edit please fix it.
Default enabled transcodes :
$wgEnabledTranscodeSet = array( // A high end web streamable ogg video WebVideoTranscode::ENC_OGV_480P, // A web low bandwidth streamable WebM video WebVideoTranscode::ENC_WEBM_360P, // A web streamable WebM video WebVideoTranscode::ENC_WEBM_480P, // A high quality WebM stream WebVideoTranscode::ENC_WEBM_720P,
How do we specify enabling transcoding to H.264 in order to have this format available as seen in Extension:TimedMediaHandler/Platform testing ?
The beginning of a solution in the file TimedMediaHandler.php :
/** * Default enabled transcodes * * -If set to empty array, no derivatives will be created * -Derivative keys encode settings are defined in WebVideoTranscode.php * * -These transcodes are *in addition to* the source file. * -Only derivatives with smaller width than the source asset size will be created * -Regardless of source size at least one WebM and Ogg source will be created from the $wgEnabledTranscodeSet * -Derivative jobs are added to the MediaWiki JobQueue the first time the asset is displayed * -Derivative should be listed min to max */ $wgEnabledTranscodeSet = array( // Small WebM version for default small embed size thumbs WebVideoTranscode::ENC_WEBM_360P, // Ogg fallback for IE/cortado WebVideoTranscode::ENC_OGV_480P, // A web streamable WebM video WebVideoTranscode::ENC_WEBM_480P, // A high quality WebM stream WebVideoTranscode::ENC_WEBM_720P, // A least common denominator h.264 stream; first gen iPhone, iPods, early android etc. WebVideoTranscode::ENC_H264_320P, // A mid range h.264 stream; mid range phones and low end tables WebVideoTranscode::ENC_H264_480P, /* // An high quality HD stream; higher end phones, tablets, smart tvs WebVideoTranscode::ENC_H264_720P, */ ); $wgEnabledAudioTranscodeSet = array( WebVideoTranscode::ENC_OGG_VORBIS, //opus support must be available in avconv //WebVideoTranscode::ENC_OGG_OPUS, //avconv needs libmp3lame support //WebVideoTranscode::ENC_MP3, //avconv needs libvo_aacenc support WebVideoTranscode::ENC_AAC, ); // If mp4 source assets can be ingested: $wgTmhEnableMp4Uploads = true;
But even set as above the h.264 and transcoded, this format remains not visible in the choices offered.
Below a copy of what it looks like :
Any idea where is the bug ?
Once you change any transcode setting you should clear out all your transcodes. ( see maintenance/cleanupTranscodes.php )
Also you should check that the commands being run will work to generate your mp4 files. i.e run the maintenance/WebVideoJobRunner.php job on the command line and observer the ffmpeg commands being called and confirm they are are successfully being executed.
Thank you Mdale for theses informations.
I'll try them.
But even before that isn't there another problem shown by the fact that when I upload an mp4 file it's not readable by TMH : it only gives this message :
For best viewing, using an HTML 5 broswer is recommanded.
even though it is viewed with Firefox.
And I confirm the commands were successfully being executed :
2013-03-08 09:34:12 webVideoTranscode Fichier:Patrick_Viveret-Oct_2010.webm transcodeMode=derivative transcodeKey=320p.mp4 STARTING Encoding to codec: h264 Running cmd: '/usr/bin/avconv' -y -i '/var/www/rc/images/Patrick_Viveret-Oct_2010.webm' -threads 1 -vcodec libx264 -profile:v baseline -preset slow -coder 0 -bf 0 -flags2 -wpred-dct8x8 -level 13 -maxrate 768k -bufsize 3M -b '400k' -f mp4 -s 426x320 -ab 40000 -ac '2' -acodec 'libvo_aacenc' /tmp/transcode_320p.mp422999f1774bc-1.mp4 2013-03-08 09:39:15 webVideoTranscode Fichier:Patrick_Viveret-Oct_2010.webm transcodeMode=derivative transcodeKey=320p.mp4 t=302868 good
Do theses informations help ?
Would you agree to copy here the different from default settings necessary and sufficient to read mp4 files within TMH ?
if you click on the direct link in the transcode table to the mp4 can you play that in your browser? mp4 might only show up if you dont support any of the other encodings. i.e. in Safari.
Looks like this recipe is outdated. Do you know, by any chance, how to force transcoding of existing files to the formats newly added to $wgEnabledTranscodeSet? As of now, Transcoding Status shows only the formats that were set up when the file in question was uploaded. cleanupTranscodes.php only removes transcoded files that are no longer needed.
That format is not a priority for this extension (The primary goal is to support a/v formats used by Wikimedia. For political reasons its very unlikely Wikimedia will be using this format)
If you put the following at the bottom of LocalSettings.php, it might work, no guarantees:
$wgMediaHandlers['audio/mpeg'] = 'Mp4Handler'; $wgFileExtensions = 'mp3';
You may want to consider something like mw:Extension:Mp3Handler
Last edit: 06:22, 13 June 2014
Over at en:wiki:VPT I started "Subtitles showing up with soundfile". My question (and need) is to switch off any CC (Closed captioning).
I develop WP-MIRROR which is a utility for building a set of mirrors of WMF wikis. Home: <http://http://www.nongnu.org/wp-mirror/>. For WP-MIRROR 0.7, my objective is this: A wiki page rendered by the mirror site, should look the same as that page rendered by the WMF site. Version 0.6 fell short in this regard because: a) it depends upon the DEB package for MediaWiki 1.19 LTS which is not able to render many features that were introduced in 2013 (e.g. wikidata, scribunto, ...); and b) it depends upon several DEB packages for extensions compatible with 1.19 LTS which do not include many extensions currently used by WMF (e.g. math w/ mathjax, score, timeline, timedmediahandler, etc.)
In support of this objective, I am preparing a DEB package of MediaWiki 1.23alpha, and a DEB package of most of the extensions listed on <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Version>. So far I have packaged a couple dozen extensions with good results, but have hit a snag with TimedMediaHandler.
1.2) For MediaWiki, I am using the latest `git pull' from the GIT repository <https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/p/mediawiki/core.git>. For MediaWiki extensions, I am using the latest `git pull' from the GIT repositories under <https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/p/mediawiki/extensions/>. MwEmbedSupport and TimedMediaHandler are installed and configured as per the README.
1.3) As Debian dependencies, I have installed: cortado 0.6.0-1, ffmpeg 6:0.8.10-1, fmpeg2theora 0.27-2, imagemagick 8:188.8.131.52-5+deb7u2, libav-tools 6:0.8.10-1, libvpx1 1.1.0-1, oggvideotools 0.8a-1, php5-cli 5.4.4-14+deb7u7, php-getid3 1.9.3-1, php-pear 5.4.4-14+deb7u7.
1.4) `LocalSettings.php' contains:
... require_once( "$IP/extensions/MwEmbedSupport/MwEmbedSupport.php" ); require_once( "$IP/extensions/TimedMediaHandler/TimedMediaHandler.php" ); ini_set( 'include_path', ".:$IP:$IP/includes:$IP/languages:/usr/share/php" . PATH_SEPARATOR . ini_get( 'include_path' ) ); $wgVideoPlayerSkin = 'kskin'; $wgEnableTranscode = true; $wgEnableNiceBackgroundTranscodeJobs = true; $wgFFmpeg2theoraLocation= '/usr/bin/ffmpeg2theora'; $wgFFmpegLocation = '/usr/bin/avconv'; $wgOggThumbLocation = '/usr/bin/oggThumb'; ...
Most ordinary pages display properly: <http://simple.wikipedia.site/wiki/Apple>.
Ordinary pages with OGV files render as blank. Two examples:
3.1) Use Firefox to view: <http://simple.wikipedia.site/wiki/Burnout> Error message in `/var/log/apache2/wp-mirror.site-error.log':
[Wed Feb 26 12:17:30 2014] [error] [client ::1] PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function doTransform() on a non-object in /usr/share/wp-mirror-mediawiki/extensions/TimedMediaHandler/TimedMediaThumbnail.php on line 201
3.2) Use Firefox to view: <http://simple.wikipedia.site/wiki/Sintel> Error message in `/var/log/apache2/wp-mirror.site-error.log':
[Wed Feb 26 11:04:41 2014] [error] [client ::1] PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined method ForeignDBRepo::fetchImageQuery() in /usr/share/wp-mirror-mediawiki/extensions/TimedMediaHandler/WebVideoTranscode/WebVideoTranscode.php on line 396
Under `/tmp/', can be found many files like `/tmp/transform-aaaabbbbcccc-1.jpg', where the string `aaaabbbbcccc' is composed of hexadecimal characters.
Any advise would be appreciated. I am now reading the code but do not yet grasp where the problem is; hence this note.
If this is not the right location to write such a note, please let me know if there is an appropriate mailing list.
Hardware: x86x64, 6G DRAM
OS: Linux 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.46-1 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Distribution: Debian 7.4 (wheezy), with back-ports
MediaWiki: most recent version (1.23alpha) obtained from GIT repository
Extensions: most recent versions obtained from GIT repository
Its a bug in TimedMediaHandler. TimedMediaHandler isn't compatible with ForeignDBRepo based image stores. Try using ForeignDBViaLBRepo instead (They're basically the same, One just uses a $wgLBFactoryConf instead).
Issue filed as bugzilla:61986
Feedback is welcome.
When using this extension on a personal server, when subtitles are on two lines, the second one is not visible.
It's not the case on theses pages for example :
Any idea why ?
My configuration is :
- MediaWiki 1.22.4
- PHP 5.3.10-1ubuntu3.10 (apache2handler)
- MySQL 5.5.35-0ubuntu0.12.04.2
- TimedMediaHandler (version 0.3)
I installed this extension on my wiki, uploaded an .ogg file and created corresponding TimedText file with subtitles. The media players on the file page in File: namespace and on the subtitles page in TimedText: do display subtitles. However when I embed the player in the main namespace with File:….ogg, no subtitles button appear on the player. Is it how it should be?
I've uploaded both the TimedMediaHandler and mwEmbedSupport extensions and added them to my LocalSettings.php file. I then ran update.php and both extensions are showing up in my Version page as being installed with the correct versions. However, when I try to place an ogg file in a page, I don't get a player, nor do I get a player in the thumbnail section of the ogg's File page. I'm trying to debug this, but no PHP errors are being generated on my server so I don't know where to go. Any thoughts?
transcode_id INT NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT in the file TimedMediaHandler.sql is not standard SQL. I use postgres and had to change it to
transcode_id SERIAL PRIMARY KEY.
transcode_error longtext NOT NULL must be changed to
transcode_error TEXT NOT NULL for postgres.
It would be nice if this extension could be made to also support postgres, as this only needs the above changes. Thanks.
I have this extension enabled and working for Ogg files but I can't get it to work for FLAC files. As per the documentation, I added
$wgMediaAudioTypes = array( 'Vorbis', 'Speex', 'FLAC' ); to my LocalSettings.php file and ran update.php. Still, no FLAC. To double check that what I'm trying to accomplish is possible, I embedded a FLAC file in a sandbox article on WP and it worked as expected. I'm running the same version of the extension as WP and version 1.21.3 of MW. So, I realized that I must not have something enabled/configured correctly but now I'm at a loss for what to do next. Here's an example of an attempt to embed a FLAC file on my wiki: http://preservapedia.org/Bruce_Sharky_discusses_the_use_of_wikis_in_graduate_level_coursework
Any advice would be appreciated.
Last edit: 15:52, 13 October 2011
I'm trying to install your extension but i'm stuck at first step. How/where cna i find the mwembedsupport extension that needs to be installed. Furthermore, the firefogg files are available for all major platforms. So once i download the one from the source, where do i place it in relation to my server, within the extensions or anywhere in my server. Similarly it also says I need a copy of ffmpeg2theor in my server and I'm not clear for that too. I'm guessing the suggested configuration lines is for comman line instructions for the settings and do we run that from root or from specific folder. Obviously I'm a bit of a starter so my question may sound very simple or studid but I apologize if it comes off like that. I've always had a difficulty of how we can install programs made for linux, windows, mac being 'installed' on my server. Thanks MW1.17, apache server, php 5.3, shared host.
You can get mwEmbedSupport from the same parent directory as TimedMediaHandler: http://svn.wikimedia.org/svnroot/mediawiki/trunk/extensions/MwEmbedSupport/
You need to setup the paths in the local settings for your encoder binaries see the README for more info
You may have some challenges running this off of a shared host because it includes transcoding support dependent on shell scripts / cron jobs.
Is there any way to get an easier download of MwEmbedSupport rather than downloading all those files and creating the folders manually?
Alternately, is MwEmbedSupport necessary if I'm not using the transcoding features of TimeMediaHandler? I run a audio-themed Wiki, and I'm looking into updating from the old OggHandler extension to this one, but I don't need any video features.