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  • #19922

    Hi there,

    I have a 16:9 video embedded on my blog from Vimeo. Here’s the embed code that I’m using in the post:

    <iframe src=”http://player.vimeo.com/video/51092163?color=ff9933″ width=”500″ height=”281″ frameborder=”0″ webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe>

    And here is the page:

    http://www.theybklyn.com/blog/

    Notice that on the page, despite my embed code saying that the height should be 281px high, my embedded video is showing up at 77px high.

    Any idea why this might be happening?

    Thanks!

    Christy

    #105555

    A solution:

    So on the blog page, the post at the bottom of the page has a Vimeo video embedded that had a 77px high setting due to it being a 360 degree video, weird format. When we changed those settings to 281px high (and thereby sacrifice the look of the video on our blog), it fixed the most recent embedded video.

    Even though my original question was solved, can you still tell me if you know why the Beneath 360 video settings were overriding our most recent Out of Order trailer settings? I’d prefer to pick individual sizes as we post lots of different videos.

    Thank you.

    Christy

    #105556

    Can someone please help me answer this question?

    re:

    Can you tell me how to make my embed video sizes not override new videos that are embedded? See above questions for more details.

    Thanks.

    #105557

    Hi,

    I’m not sure but I guess a js script from js > avia.js might be causing this.

    //
    
    // small js fixes for pixel perfection :)
    //
    function avia_small_fixes(container)
    {
    if(!jQuery.support.opacity)
    {
    jQuery('.image_overlay_effect', container).css({'background-image':'none'});
    }

    setTimeout(function()
    {
    jQuery('.twitter-tweet-rendered', container).attr('style',"");
    }, 500);

    var win = jQuery(window),
    iframes = jQuery(' iframe:not(.slideshow iframe):not( iframe.no_resize)', container),
    adjust_iframes = function()
    {
    iframes.each(function(){

    var iframe = jQuery(this), frame_parent_w = iframe.parent().width(), proportions = 16/9;

    if(this.width && this.height)
    {
    proportions = Math.round(this.width / this.height * 1000) / 1000;
    iframes.css({width:frame_parent_w, height: frame_parent_w / proportions});
    }

    });
    };

    adjust_iframes();
    win.smartresize(adjust_iframes);

    }

    Let me tag the rest of the support team. See if they have any idea.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #105558

    Hi,

    Your vimeo videos look to me to be 600×337 . What browser are you using?

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #105559

    Hi Nick,

    Chrome and Firefox.

    #105560

    Hi,

    Please clear out your cache, I am using Chrome and see this http://www.clipular.com/c?1956139=RnlKUbOwFQoT6Y8PMPdPeYN3ong

    On Firefox it looks identical to the snapshot.

    Thanks,

    Nick

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