I am looking for a programmer well versed in PHP, MySQL, flash and web video who can troubleshoot and fix the following webcam upload issue on a site designed using Boonex's Dolphin software (version [url removed, login to view]) and utilizing Longtail's JWPlayer.
A) Two weeks ago, the standard method of uploading stopped functioning properly and the following error is displayed whenever a member attempts to upload: “Fatal error: Class 'ffmpeg_movie' not found in /home/…/[url removed, login to view] on line 459.” I need this fixed.
B) The webcam feature hasn't been fully incorporated into the site. I need the reason for its improper operation to be researched and fixed so that:
1) Active members can upload videos via their webcam and save them to the same database as their other videos using the “Leave a Video comment via web cam” link (that’s present when logged in) on video player, video ad player (and photo view) pages
2) Members and admin can access, modify and play the webcam uploaded videos on the site as they can videos uploaded from a hard drive currently in the video upload tab form
3) Guests/members/admin can view the videos as they currently can any other video on the site
4) Add “Leave Video comment via web cam” link on Photo view page that matches the one of Video player page
In other words, webcam uploaded videos should act and be treated the same way as normally uploaded videos currently are once they are uploaded. They should play on all the same pages, be found in all the same searches, and have the same properties as any other video currently on the site. Please contact me for more info if you feel you need more specifics to provide an accurate quote. To ensure the site can be restored to where it currently is, I will need the site backed up before you begin.
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We have experience in Boonex development, and understand your requirement too, we will fix the video uploading issue via webcam, and other mentioned issue too. Thanks Muzz