Hello! I really enjoy the concept of BuddyDev’s MediaPress and am currently setting things up. I’m looking to route all user uploads through MediaPress to the cloud via Media Cloud. I’ve reviewed the discussions in https://buddydev.com/support/forums/topic/hhow-to-connect-mediapress-to-a-cloud-server/#post-27694 and https://buddydev.com/support/forums/topic/cloud-based-image-storage/ and am having trouble coming to a clear solution. I’m no coding expert (artist/designer here!) and wanted to know if there’s anything I need to do in order to get everything sorted out? I’ve pasted the debug info below!
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Welcome to BuddyDev support forums.
Thank you for using MediaPress.
It seems that Media Coud plugin works out of the box with MediaPress as specified in this discussion.
MediaPress does not need any specific configuration as all the MediaPress media are WordPress attachment. If you configure the plugin to move your WordPress media to clod, that should take care of MediaPress(I am hoping, I haven’t tried the plugin).
Please give it a try and let me know.
Hey Brajesh, thanks so much for getting back to me!
So I’ve been checking everything out and verifying that my configuration is correct. I then proceeded to test uploading media via mediapress both through the WordPress admin panel and on the frontend in Buddypress and I’ve had no such luck getting it to copy over and serve through the cloud. I did confirm that it does in fact work when uploading through the core WordPress media uploader, though, so I think I’m getting somewhere! It’s just a matter of getting Mediapress and Media Cloud to talk to each other, I think? Please let me know what you think!
I am sorry I did not update you earlier.
no, The cloud storage is not compatible with MediaPress. we are using 2 hooks(for generating attachment metadata and on uploading) which are different from default WordPress.
We tried hooking Media Cloud to our hooks but the Media Cloud plugin is using closures for attaching the related code and that makes it unavailable for us.
A solution will be to approach the Media Cloud author and request for supporting MediaPress. We can provide the details on where the minor change is needed.
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