maverick wrote:Lets post a photo a day(one photo post) till March 20 the first day of spring or longer
to get everyone revved up for the season(though I think most of us have been ready to
From today to the end of this month let's post pictures of our beautiful Sierra lakes only.
I'll start with this picture of Amphitheater Lake as the pic for the day.
The above thread was only meant to last a year or less, but SIX YEARS & OVER 1,100 POSTS LATER it's still going strong. Let's see if we can get a similar thread going for videos. Any takers?
rlown wrote:2 questions actually..
1) can we host videos here or do we post them elsewhere and cross-reference them here?
2) where can I get a good producer and editor
I like the Idea. The fishing doctors seem to have this down as do some of those YouTube videos I referenced, as does Vaca Russ. Now we have to learn a new skill.
ERIC wrote:No ability to host here. YouTube and Vimeo are probably the best free hosting options out there. The "media" shortcode button should allow you to embed either one and possibly other options as well.
robow8 wrote:So how do you embed a youtube video?
rlown wrote:First, You put your video up on YouTube or find one you want to share.
Second, You grab the part of the URL to the video highlighted in yellow in that attachment (watch?v=ygSOabmYN0U)
Third, you hit the youtube button on the list above (again highlighted in yellow).
Then between the youtube begin and end tags, you post in the watch?v=ygSOabmYN0U
and you get
ERIC wrote:The Vimeo button works the same as the YouTube button only you insert the full Vimeo link, not just the end part. If you hover over any one of the shortcode buttons a help line pops up to show you how to use it.
fishmonger wrote:too complicated. why not just allow proper iframe posting with html and one can post vimeo and other sites. Youtube is such a turd when it comes to video quality, I refuse to put any files there.
have a look here - this video thread has been going for years, but obviously only because it's not just sierra video: http://www.whitneyzone.com/wz/ubbthread ... s/14490/43
ERIC wrote:No can do. Allowing 3rd party use of iFrames opens would be a huge security vulnerability.