Create Your Own Video Sharing Website using ‘CumulusClips Script’ in Linux

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28 Responses

  1. Jhon says:

    Very good, I found a new one called YouPHPTube, an Open source video sharing written in PHP.

    Website: youphptube.com/
    Download : github.com/DanielnetoDotCom/YouPHPTube
    Demo : demo.youphptube.com/
    Tutorials: tutorials.youphptube.com

  2. Daniel says:

    Try this one youphptube, very easy to install with video tutorials

    Also a video tutorial to install it as shown here tutorials.youphptube.com/video/how-to-install-youphptube-in-a-fresh-unbutu-server

    • Jhon says:

      Sorry again, please correct my earlier post the correct link is tutorials.youphptube.com/video/how-to-install-youphptube-in-a-fresh-ubuntu-server.

  3. Joydeep says:

    Hi,

    I want to upload & stream some 4K videos. Does CumulusClips support 4K videos or will my videos get scaled down? How can we support 4K videos if it is not supported by default.

    Hoping for a positive reply.

    Best Regards,
    Joy

    • Paul says:

      I think cumulusclip does not support but youphptube you can setup what video resolution you want on configuration menu

  4. Amri says:

    Can’t upload video and access permalink
    ——————–
    Not Found

    The requested URL /account/upload/ was not found on this server.
    Apache/2.2.22 (Ubuntu) Server at 192.227.xxx.xxx Port 80

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Amri,

      Do you have AllowOverride All set in the your .htaccess or Apache configuration file? Please check and confirm..

  5. dharma says:

    it’s working upload video this tutorial?

  6. Sam Chen says:

    I had problem with the cc-install not able to take port number in the base_url field. But I can get around it by setting it without the port number, and go to mysql database and change the base_url to the one with port number.

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