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If a module doesn't quite do what you want it to do, if you find a bug or have a suggestion, then join forces and help the module maintainer. Or, share your own by starting a new module.
This project leverages the Google QR Code Generator from their charts API to display a block containing a QR code for the current URL you are viewing. It is simple, straight forward, and should largely work right out of the box. Not under active development currently, as it's so simple it just works. If you need further development help with this, feel free to open an issue. If you need your issue resolved promptly, reach out to me as I can probably find a developer for hire to help with your specific issue.
SVG graphics are really powerful but not yet widely supported. What makes them interesting in particular is that included text remains text and therefore should have some positive SEO effect and is searchable.
What this module does is to provide a text filter that automatically embeds an SVG graphic into your html text and before doing this, translates all the textstrings in the graphic. This has huge advantages on multi lingual sites: the graphic always adjusts to the surounding content or the user preferences and gets displayed in the correct language.
How does it work? The module asumes that you upload your SVG graphics in any of the multiple ways that Drupal supports. In other words, the file should be on your server and a record of the file should be in the managed files table. You can then simply include something like [svg:4711] into your body text of any node, assuming that 4711 is the file id in your database. If you don't know the file id, you can also use something like [svg:my_graphic.svg] where my_graphic.svg is the filename that has been uploaded.
That's all - it just works that way. And translates your SVG graphic on-the-fly too.
This module is currently being ported to Drupal 8, but is not usable yet. Help us by following this issue.
This module will interface with both Embedded Media Field and Media to offer embedded nodes as media file objects. This will expose nodes to the editorial browser, allowing administrators, for instance, to specify article posts to be allowed to be referenced within the Media browser.
Note that the Drupal 6 version will only work with version 3 of Embedded Media Field (still in development).
Fast Gallery is a simple, lightweight, and fast image gallery. Making albums is as easy as putting images or videos into folders and uploading them to the gallery directory. It is fast because it is not based on nodes and doesn't implement some of the more complex features of larger gallery systems.
Provides a way to bulkupload (using plupload) files into a filefield / imagefield located inside of a field collection. This allows photo galleries and file lists to be built out easily by admin users.
This module will automatically attach a bulkupload area to each field collection which contains either a file or image field. Users may then use this widget to bulk upload photos. Plupload also has the benefit of doing concurrent uploads, which makes uploading a lot of photos significantly faster.
Mediabox is a universal image library which out of the box provides easy to use UI, aggregated control of library images, inline cropping and extended flexibility of the data model.
2014-Mar-12 - Latest dev commits changed to some degree backend structures of mediabox. Upgrade process is partially tested and should work but problems are possible if you are upgrading from previous dev version (as reported in #2212791: Unable to add items). As always backup your db before doing upgrade.
2013-Sept-19 - We are organizing mediabox BOF on DrupalCon Prague, if you are interested in this module this is a great opportunity to find out more about it and help in future development.
2013-Aug-30 - Issue #1948216: Move contrib js libs is done which means that users who are doing upgrades from older versions needs to donwload Jcrop and jquery.fancybox plugins and put them in sites/all/librarires read more.
Just In Time - cropping of images from/to desired image style in context of widget
Easy to use library - creating, editing, removing, selecting an existing (multiple) images in the context of a widget
Bulk upload of images using plupload
Integration of library, and administration with views
Text Filter integration - inserting token in text which will be replaced by actual view of a Mediabox Display
Integration of formatter with views. This option allows you to create gallery displays accommodating various needs. ( Views slide show plugins, etc. )
Drupal does not support download resume , meaning that downloading large private files can be troublesome because if for any reason the download fails , there is no way to continue downloading from where it stopped and the whole file should be downloaded again.
NOTICE : This module does not need any patch to work
This module provides a CCK formatter for imagefields that allows the user to select between three different imagecache presets depending on the proportions of the original image. So you can use this module for altering the display proportions of a image field or similar in the display field screen, in Views, etc.
If the image is more or less squared (you can set a looseness in pixels) you will be able to select a squared preset, if the image is wider than higher, you can select a more "horizontal" preset and if it's higher than wider, a more "vertical" one.
It's integrated out of the box with thickbox, colorbox, shadowbox and lightbox2 for displaying full links.
This module contains Embedded Video Field providers (i.e. emfield's emvideo module) that don't currently have their own "Media: " module yet (see the emfield project page for more information on the move towards the new and vastly improved Media Module). The hope for this project is that it will eventually be phased out as new maintainers step up and take ownership of individual provider integrations, but I wanted to make sure that current users of these providers can still use them with Emfield 6.x-2.x (assuming they're even working). This module's issue queue should also be used for any issues regarding the currently included providers.
Current providers include:
Custom URL (for embedding video files directly)
Get involved! Maintaining a Media Provider file is a great way to get started with Drupal module development/maintenance, so if you're looking for a way to get a foot in the door, take a look at the currently included provider files and start your own "Media: " project to house it (you could also help out with a current provider or create a new one)! If you're interested in taking over a provider file, please open an issue in this issue's queue.
Bulk File Nodes allows a user to upload or import many files at once, and have many individual nodes created, one for each file . Where this module significantly differentiates from other modules like Bulk Media Upload is that after uploading/importing the file(s), the user is given the opportunity to edit all of the fields for each node in a single form.
This module has not been ported to Drupal 8. Refer to this issue to find out its progress.
This is a helper model that provides access to the FFmpeg application. It provides some basic functionality for developers who need to process media files. In addition to transcoding media, FFmpeg Wrapper provides a way to extract specifc data from a media file- duration, dimentions, codec, etc. It is intended to help build a community supported interface to FFmpeg instead of having multiple modules reinventing the wheel every time they want to process rich media.
Provides a static map formatter for the geofield and (soon) location modules. Both Google Maps and OpenStreetMap are supported.
Currently, the only settings that you can change are the map size and type, but map API's seem to have the ability to play with all kinds of changes, which can and should be added to this project. Patches welcome. :-)