Plumi is a Free Software video sharing Content Management System based on Plone and produced by the EngageMedia collective. Plumi allows users to create a video sharing site by adding it to an existing Plone instance. The software includes a wide array of functionality to facilitate video distribution and community creation.
Plumi was first released in July 2007. The second major release occurred on February 8, 2008.
- Video uploading in any format (over http)
- Server-side flash video transcoding and embedded playback using IndyTube
- Vodcasting based on country, genre, member, topic.
- WYSIWYG editor
- Extendable workflow, roles and permissions system
- Live search and RSS feeds from search results
- Customised Workspaces for hosting files and other works, which can be made private or shared only with particular site members
- Embedded Playback of Quicktime, Flash video, Real and Windows Media within the browser using vPIP
- Custom profile page] for site members with personal latest videos vodcast feed
- Open Content Licensing including Creative Commons and GNU Free Documentation License and the ability to add your own custom licenses.
- Callouts - custom content item for seeking submissions to film festivals, DVD compilations or crew to work on a production.
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