NetX DAM Integration

The NetX integration module contains 2 ways to display metadata associated with each asset.

1. Using the views integration to create a view that pulls in the Asset Meta Data
2. Use template preprocess and template.php to display those attributes.

Let's look at method #2:

NetX Metadata is generally stored in Drupal's file_entity object.

For example, in a devel tab for a file or when you use

Nomensa Accessible Media Player

Initial configuration

Download the Library

The library can be downloaded directly from GitHub, and should be placed within you sites/all/libraries/nomensa_amp directory.

Bulk File Nodes

Bulk Photo Nodes is a module that allows users to upload or import many images at once, and have many individual nodes created, one for each image. Where this module significantly differs from other modules like Bulk Media Upload is that when uploading/importing the images, the user is given the opportunity to edit all of the fields for each individual node, and in a single form.

Working with Media RSS

Finding the Media RSS feed

Online video services have different formats for their RSS feeds. Knowing the RSS feed format for the video you want to import is an important first step. Here are some common examples below.

Vimeo RSS Format

If the username for a Vimeo site is "example" and the URL is in this format:
http://vimeo.com/example

Then the RSS feed will be in this format:
http://vimeo.com/example/videos/rss

Working with contexts

Introduction to Scald contexts

Scald context (literally Scald display context) is as same as entity view mode. In fact, each Scald "normal" context (that will be defined later) generates a view mode for the Scald atom entity. Because view mode is the heart of entity rendering pipe, you should understand what Scald contexts are and what they do.

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