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Quant provides an engine for producing quantitative, time-based analytics for virtually any Drupal component. Quant takes raw data about normal Drupal actions, such as node creation, and plots the activity over time, with the selected time being configurable. See the screenshot provided for a better understanding.
This module adds a responsive images view mode when inserting images using the Media module browser.
The view mode sets images to have a width of 100% and it will also use core image styles to shrink the image to the maximum width of your widest layout. Max-widths are set on images whose orignal source is less than this maximum width to prevent upscaling.
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.
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. :-)
This module will resize uploaded images to be below the set dimensions. It is not an image style or other presentation layer module. If you want to maintain the original image you should use Image Resize Filter or an image style. The use case for this module is sites where users may upload very large images, but you do not want/need to keep the original.
This is different from the core image field size restrictions in that it will work on already uploaded files and imported content.
Add token based per bundle directory and filename settings for file entities. This module does the same, as Filefield Paths, but focus to the file entity, not to the parent entity. This means, you can easier to handle eg. if a file is uploaded to more entity.
Possibly custom configuration for any fieldable entity.
If an entity has bundles, you can set up own configuration.
You can set the behavior if a file is used in multiple entities.
Per configuration settings of transliteration and pathauto cleanup.
Media WYSIWYG Embed module adds support for embedding media using client-side WYSIWYG editors. This module is similar to the Media WYSIWYG module, but the difference lies in the ability to specify formatter and formatter settings for each media item instead of specifying a view mode.
An Amazon Store for Drupal. This is an implementation of the Amazon Product Advertising API (formerly Amazon Associates Web Service, or AAWS) for Drupal. You can install this and right away you have an Amazon Associates Store. Get yourself an Associates ID and then all purchases made through your store will result in a commission going to you. Allows searching, provides product pages, and manages a shopping cart.
Seeking new maintainer(s)! Are you using Amazon Store? I currently don't have it deployed anywhere, so it's not getting any love from me. File an issue in the queue if you're interested in maintaining this module. But FIRST, review some issues and provide some patches!
Panels module. (The 1.x releases work with Panels 2, the 2.x releases work with Panels 3). If Panels is installed, there is a default amazon item detail page and multiple panel panes provided so you can customize it.
If thickbox is enabled then you get large-size images when you click on a product image.
This module contains Embedded Image Field providers (i.e. emfield's emimage 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).