We're (GETV) using the new version now. Looks like it works as
advertised. Thanks a ton for this Enric!

-eddie

On Sun, Mar 26, 2006 at 03:16:30AM -0000, Enric wrote:
> vPIP (videos Playing In Place) allows the embedding of videos only
> when a link, usually image representing the video, is clicked.  This
> allows a vlog page to load quickly.  Then when the link is clicked,
> the video replaces the link and appears next to the blog text.  vPIP
> supports Quicktime, Windows Media and Flash movies.    Those who've
> been on this list, I'm sure have heard me mentioned vPIP several times.
> 
> The current version has been tested on Firefox, Internet Explorer 6,
> Opera and Safari.  It works well on all these except on Safari the
> revert feature does not work well, so it's been disabled. The revert
> option makes a prior video that was active revert back to it's link
> information when the next video is selected.  
> 
> The blogging systems that vPIP has been tested on are Blogger.com and
> Wordpress.  It should also work on any other blogging system like
> Typepad and website by referencing it's javascript file.  
> 
> The installation and usage information is at:
> 
> http://www.utilities.cinegage.com/videos-playing-in-place/
> 
> In the usage section is an image link to the Generate vPIP flash
> utility that lets you specify the video file, image file and other
> parameters.  Then it generates the code to copy and paste into your
> blog or web site.
> 
> Currently I know that Geek Entertainment TV,
> http://www.geekentertainment.tv/, Lo-Fi St. Louis,
> http://lofistl.com/, Tech Alley, http://techalley.cirne.com/ and
> Cirne, http://www.cirne.com/vlog/, are using vPIP.  Have a look at
> those sites to see it in operation.  As of this writing, Geek
> Entertainment TV and Lo-Fi St. Louis are using the prior version of
> vPIP that require the page to completely load for it to go into
> effect.  My sites, Tech Alley and Cirne, are using the new version
> that operates immediately.
> 
> Let me know if there's any questions, recommendations for improvements
> or problems.
> 
>    Thanks,
> 
>    Enric
>    -===-
>    http://www.cirne.com
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