1. Post #281
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    WinterPhoenix's Avatar
    January 2013
    46 Posts
    So, what if I designed and created my own cinema_url picture, instead of a website. Is there an easy way to just load the picture as the cinema idle screen. I've experimented with uploading the picture to file sharing websites such as flikr and copying the url of the image page (without the file extension) to no avail. If I replace the CreateConVar code in theater/sh_commands.lua with the image page, it seems to work, but no videos can be played. The video seems to play but the image stays up the entire time and there is no sound. Here is the image page I'm trying to make the cinema_url. I am trying to avoid making another website to host the image because I run the servers on my own hardware and It's just one more thing to think about.

    Image: https://www.flickr.com/photos/770526...ream/lightbox/
    The reason why no videos can be played is because you don't have the theater.js JavaScript loaded. Without that, none of the implementation for video services work. Take a look at it here: Link.

  2. Post #282

    May 2008
    6 Posts
    So, what if I designed and created my own cinema_url picture, instead of a website. Is there an easy way to just load the picture as the cinema idle screen. I've experimented with uploading the picture to file sharing websites such as flikr and copying the url of the image page (without the file extension) to no avail. If I replace the CreateConVar code in theater/sh_commands.lua with the image page, it seems to work, but no videos can be played. The video seems to play but the image stays up the entire time and there is no sound. Here is the image page I'm trying to make the cinema_url. I am trying to avoid making another website to host the image because I run the servers on my own hardware and It's just one more thing to think about.

    Image: https://www.flickr.com/photos/770526...ream/lightbox/
    Video service selection is handled by the website hosted here: https://github.com/pixeltailgames/pi...mes.github.com (What you see on the screen is this website)

    If you want yours to be custom you are going to need a web host and use the code on that Git as an example. Another option would be having a webpage the loads the normal URL but injects custom CSS to change the look and feel.

  3. Post #283
    Onii_Chan's Avatar
    August 2014
    21 Posts
    This gamemode is cool and all but easily screwed over by pedophilic MLP lovers who play nothing but clop.

  4. Post #284
    Judd's Avatar
    November 2013
    406 Posts
    Can you use this to stream something from a directly video link?
    Like if a video is self hosted?

  5. Post #285
    Chiller252's Avatar
    July 2012
    21 Posts
    Video service selection is handled by the website hosted here: https://github.com/pixeltailgames/pi...mes.github.com (What you see on the screen is this website)

    If you want yours to be custom you are going to need a web host and use the code on that Git as an example. Another option would be having a webpage the loads the normal URL but injects custom CSS to change the look and feel.
    Well great, know of a good webhost that allows custom CSS?

  6. Post #286
    Judd's Avatar
    November 2013
    406 Posts
    How can I play self hosted videos from my dedicated?

  7. Post #287
    YukiTheater.org
    WinterPhoenix's Avatar
    January 2013
    46 Posts
    Can you use this to stream something from a directly video link?
    Like if a video is self hosted?
    You'd have to add support for it and somehow handle the video with JavaScript. Read like, 3 or 4 posts before this.

  8. Post #288
    Judd's Avatar
    November 2013
    406 Posts
    You'd have to add support for it and somehow handle the video with JavaScript. Read like, 3 or 4 posts before this.
    I mean I can throw the video on a webpage by itself no problem which i tried but when i went to queue the video it didnt pick it up :/

  9. Post #289
    samm5506's Avatar
    July 2008
    640 Posts
    I mean I can throw the video on a webpage by itself no problem which i tried but when i went to queue the video it didnt pick it up :/
    It's been a while since I've tested it, but I believe it should work if you request it by using the following console command:

    Code:
    cinema_video_request "http://webpage.com/"