I have already written once about the new support for Audio / Video in WordPress 3.6:
I also spoke about the new features in my Code Poet interview:
I wanted to use this space to give the users some information about the new code and how to take advantage of it.
A lot of Apache / PHP installs have an arbitrarily low file upload size limit set (usually
2MB). An average
.mp3 file is at least
3-5MB. Video can be way bigger. If you are on a shared host that doesn’t allow uploads over a certain size, you may have to get more creative about where your audio and video files are stored. The only difference will be not having them in your media library. You can use all of the new a/v features with remote files.
If you have access to your own…
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