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An add on for Media (2.x) and the Media Browser Plus module to handle a somewhat specific image publishing workflow. When JPEGs are uploaded via the FIle Entity module, the entity id is written into the JPEG IPTC metadata. If the image is then downloaded from the site for post-processing and uploaded again, the original image fields are transferred and they are replaced where used in other entities' file fields. Filters are also added for the Media Browser to assist in the workflow.
Mythtv Api Server is a wrapper/proxy with added user access control to the
web services provided by the Mythtv Services Api.
The reason to use it is to keep the Mythtv server behind a firewall on the local network
and expose just the service functions you require on a world accessable web service.
Some of the Mythtv Services Api functions are very powerfull and can be effectively disabled
by using this service.
Make your images responsive by defining rules for switching ImageCache presets based on CSS media queries.
This module allows administrators to define rules that replace one ImageCache preset by another when a media query is being evaluated. On content load and viewport resize all the defined rules will be evaluated and image src attributes will be replaced to point to the correct imagecache preset. While there are better alternatives for implementing responsive images this works well for quick & dirty replacements with minimal configuration.
This for now is just a proof of concept. I have looked at how it has been successfully integrated with wysiwyg editors but I needed to use it in a way that would not have been easy to do with all of the code bundled in one field.
My specific use case was to use the relate module to like node of a certain content type and allow a guided search of image maps for you to navigate the assemblies of products.
Move files from one file system scheme (e.g., public://) to another (e.g., s3://) during cron runs, using queues. Supports checking dependencies (like whether image style derivatives or converted videos exist) before moving files.
The main goal is to allow image and video files to be processed on the local public:// system for performance, and then moved at a later time to Amazon S3 where storage is cheaper and more abundant. But theoretically it could be used to move files to any other file system scheme so long as you have a stream wrapper implementation for it.