Commit a7de9233 authored by Son Nguyen's avatar Son Nguyen Committed by Aaron Wells
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Remove mahara flashplayer. Bug #1397131


Change-Id: Ia4f0652fbfb96f6154e7f29747f181f682523688
parent 892df189
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Flowplayer in Mahara
Version: 3.2.11
This flash mp3 player is used by the internal media blocktype.
* None
Version history:
- #575 send the start event after begin
- #569 if the playlist has been reset but the audio has been already buffered, set the duration and start event.
- #582 fixes for metadata events dispatching in playlists and when replaying same audio item, cleanup duration updating once download has completed,
fixes for clearing the previous cover image display.
- #611 close the channel and sound on stream not found errors.
- #614 fixes for auto buffering issues where a sound channel may not be active yet.
- #501 fixes to dispatch start state correctly.
- #501 use the sound channel to listen for a complete event to finish correctly.
- fixed to dispatch onStart only once
- the duration is now available in the clip when onStart is dispatched
- audio duration was estimated to be too long, issue #323
- duration not available in the onMetaData event, issue #278
- now dispatches error 200 when the mp3 URL does not respond, issue #334
- #428 regression issue calculating the initial duration, was returning too small for the duration tracker.
- #428 when fully downloaded ID3 is resent and update the duration.
- #475 if we have a clip duration set, dispatch start or else wait until the duration is estimated. Start required for beginning duration tracker.
- Fixed to dispatch onStart when the mp3 file does not contain a id3 tag
- Now uses baseUrl if that is given
- Now can download cover images from different domains without cross-domain security errors
- Supports cover images via a 'coverImage' configuration option
- now works with securestreaming plugin
- fix to work properly if accessing the ID3 tag fails because Flash security prevents it
- works better if the file does not have the ID3 tag
- added a new plugin event "onDuration" that is dispatched whenever a new duration value is estimated and the
clip.duration value was changed. The new duration value is passed as event argument.
- added timeProvider setter as required by the changed StreamProvider interface
- now checks the crossdomain.xml file to allow reading of the ID3 tag when this file is present in the domain
hosting the audio file
- compatible with the new ConnectionProvider and URLResolver API
- calling closeBuffering() after the audio had finished caused an exception
- compatibility with core 3.1 StreamProvider interface
- fixed to stop audio when stop() is called
- changed to recalculate the duration until the end of the file has been reached,
this is needed to correctly estimate the duration of variable bitrate MP3's
- dispatches the LOAD event when initialized (needed for flowplayer 3.0.2 compatibility)
- fixed crashes of Mac Safari when navigating out of a page that had a playing audio
- First public beta release
......@@ -305,70 +305,6 @@ class PluginBlocktypeInternalmedia extends MaharaCoreBlocktype {
public static function flow_player($artefact, $block, $width, $height) {
static $count = 0;
$extn = $artefact->get('oldextension');
$id = 'blocktype_internalmedia_flow_' . time() . $count;
$url = self::get_download_link($artefact, $block);
$url = parse_url($url, PHP_URL_PATH) . '?' . parse_url($url, PHP_URL_QUERY);
$escapedurl = str_replace('&', '%26', $url); // Flash needs these escaped
$baseurlpath = parse_url(get_config('wwwroot'), PHP_URL_PATH);
$baseurl = $baseurlpath . 'artefact/file/blocktype/internalmedia/';
$playerurl = $baseurl . 'mahara-flashplayer/mahara-flashplayer.swf';
$filesize = round($artefact->get('size') / 1000000, 2) . 'MB';
$autohide = 'true';
$type = '';
$audio = '';
$buffering = 'true';
if ($extn == 'mp3') {
$height = 25; // only show the controls
$autohide = 'false';
$type = 'type: "audio",'; // force the player to use the audio plugin
$buffering = 'false'; // without this autoPlay will also be set to true
$audio = ', audio: {
url: "' . $baseurl . '"
$html = '<span class="blocktype_internalmedia_mp3" id="' . $id . '" style="display:block;width:'.$width.'px;height:'.$height.'px;"></span>';
$html .= '<span id="' . $id . '_h">' . get_string('flashanimation', 'blocktype.file/internalmedia') . '</span>';
$html .= '<div class="media-download content-text"><span class="icon icon-download left" role="presentation" aria-hidden="true"></span><span class="sr-only">'.get_string('Download', 'artefact.internal').'</span><a class="media-link text-small" href="' . $url . '">' . hsc($artefact->get('title')) . '</a>';
$html .= '<span class="text-midtone text-small"> ['.$filesize.'] </span></div>';
$html .= '<script type="application/javascript">
flowplayer("'.$id.'", "'.$playerurl.'", {
clip: {
url: "'.$escapedurl.'",
autoPlay: false,
autoBuffering: '.$buffering.',
scaling: "fit",
plugins: {
controls: {
url: "mahara-flashplayer.controls.swf",
scrubber: true,
autoHide: '.$autohide.'
addElementClass("' . $id . '_h", "hidden");
return $html;
public static function real_player($artefact, $block, $width, $height) {
$url = self::get_download_link($artefact, $block);
......@@ -556,14 +492,10 @@ class PluginBlocktypeInternalmedia extends MaharaCoreBlocktype {
if ($asarray) {
return array(get_config('wwwroot').'artefact/file/blocktype/internalmedia/mahara-flashplayer/mahara-flashplayer.js',
get_config('wwwroot') . 'artefact/file/blocktype/internalmedia/swfobject.js',
get_config('wwwroot') . 'artefact/file/blocktype/internalmedia/videojs/video.min.js',
return array(get_config('wwwroot') . 'artefact/file/blocktype/internalmedia/videojs/video.min.js',
return '<script src="'.get_config('wwwroot').'artefact/file/blocktype/internalmedia/mahara-flashplayer/mahara-flashplayer.js"></script>
<script src="'.get_config('wwwroot') . 'artefact/file/blocktype/internalmedia/videojs/video.min.js'.'"></script>
<script src="' . get_config('wwwroot') . 'artefact/file/blocktype/internalmedia/swfobject.js" type="application/javascript"></script>';
return '<script src="'.get_config('wwwroot') . 'artefact/file/blocktype/internalmedia/videojs/video.min.js'.'"></script>';
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