h.264 is brilliant. Proper, brand-independent HWA for playing video should be even more widespread, supporting a greater range of formats.Coppermine's way of limiting what filetypes you upload to a bunch of allowed lists is infuriating to me. It previously allowed "ALL" as an argument but not in current versions.The program works but its interface is unintuitive and the attitude of its developes is disgusting. To illustrate, I proffer the following example: http://forum.coppermine-gallery.net/ind ... 8787.0They
can't answer a question without starting a anti-race flamewar.Anyway, give uploading an m4v a spin now. I gave most people admin rights so you can have a play yourself with the Config / File settings area.I mean, I think what it's about is to make sure that the gallery knows how to open each type of file contained in its database. But that shouldn't stop the gallery uploading any file type and then just giving a download link (as a catch-all measure) if that instruction is missing.Another thing that grieves me is that it can't be controlled in one place either. It needs the config and a file-type plugin to do the whole job.Anyway, I am open to suggestions as to how to improve the whole thing - including moving across to other software.
Dream big and bold and daring.