Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of BurnstationPrototypeReadMe


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    1313To install burnstation, edit the buildout.cfg of your Plumi site to include the following: 
    14  * In the [eggs] section, add: collective.transcode.burnstation 
     14 * In the [eggs] section, add:  
     15{{{ 
     16collective.transcode.burnstation 
     17}}} 
    1518 * In the [sources] section, add:  
    1619{{{ 
     
    3336== How to use == 
    3437 
    35 While logged in as user, visit the video you want to be added on the queue and click on "add to burn queue". A portlet appears on the right column of your site, on the bottom, containing the video(s) in the queue, and two self explaining options: Clear queue and Burn queue 
    36 "Clear queue" will clear the queue and you're free to start adding videos. 
    37 Only published videos that are transcoded with the mpeg2 profile are allowed to be added on the queue. If a video hasn't been transcoded with the mpeg2 profile, it will not show the "add to burn queue" option. You have to press re-transcode the video in order to make it addable. 
    38 Once you have your list done, choose "Burn queue". A dvd iso is being prepared for you, and according to the number and different sizes of videos it will take from a couple of minutes to 20-30 minutes. Refresh the page and the message on the "Burn queue" portlet should be "queue is being processed, it will be available in a few minutes". 
    39 Come back after a few minutes, refresh the page and once the iso is done, the message should say "iso ready: get it! ". Download the link and you're ready to burn the iso on a dvd: it has the videos with generated animated images there for you! 
    40 How to install on a Plone site (without Plumi) 
     38 * While logged in as user, visit the video you want to be added on the queue and click on the "add to burn queue" link (next to the "Add to Favourites" icon) 
     39 * A portlet appears on the right column of your site, on the bottom, containing the video(s) in the queue, and two options: 
     40  * Clear queue 
     41  * Burn queue 
     42 * Use "Clear queue" to clear the queue so you can start creating a new list of videos to be burnt to DVD 
     43  * NOTE: Only published videos that are transcoded with the mpeg2 profile are allowed to be added on the queue.  
     44  * If a video hasn't been transcoded with the mpeg2 profile, it will not show the "add to burn queue" option.  
     45  * You have to click the "re-transcode the video" link in order to have the "Add to burn queue" link appear. 
     46 * Once you have added the videos you want to your list, choose "Burn queue" 
     47  * NOTE: This will start building a DVD ISO file for you to download. 
     48  * Depending on the number of videos and how big they are, it will take from a couple of minutes to 20-30 minutes to prepare the ISO file.  
     49  * Refresh the page and the message "Queue is being processed, it will be available in a few minutes" will be displayed on the "Burn queue" portlet. 
     50  * Come back after a few minutes & refresh the page. Once the ISO is done, the message will change to "ISO ready: get it!" 
     51  * Download the ISO using the link and you're ready to burn the it to a dvd: it has the videos with generated animated images there for you! 
     52 
     53== How to install on a Plone site (without Plumi) == 
     54 
    4155Burnstation can be installed on any Plone 3.x or 4.x site, without Plumi. 
    4256On the eggs,