Video-Bay ownCloud Video App

With the lack of a Video Gallery for ownCloud comes out “Video-Bay” an APP made for ownCloud to showcase and playback user’s videos under a specialized “Navigation Tab” making it easy for users to quickly access and play their videos.


Video-Bay uses JWPlayer as its HTML5/Flash player to playback video files of .mp4, .flv, and more formats, in addition it uses ffmpeg to generate thumbnails for such videos (which must be install in order to see video previews). This APP scans the users collection and looks for files of ‘video’ mime-type then without structure puts this videos in the “Videos Tab”.

Currently this APP can be downloaded from the following sources:

apps.owncloud and github


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Install ownCloud on CentOS 6.4 x86_64

As you may know ownCloud is a wonderful FREE online storage platform that can be install in any kind of environment without those annoying restrictions of max file size, total storage and bandwidth constraints. It can be deployed on almost any box you may have laying around for a quick online storage system. Being free and early in stage it has its minor/major issues when trying to get out its full potential, along the way I’ve done multiple installations trying to make this work as flawless as possible and here is a complete guide on how to install it on CentOS 6.4.

Lets start by assuming you already have a web server running on Centos 6.4 with PHP 5.5 (Important that you have this version), if not then refer to these online guides on how to do so.

CentOS 6.4 Install Guide

PHP 5.5 Install Guide

Webserver Guide

Once you have your webserver up and running we can continue with our installation of ownCloud.

To install ownCloud

cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
yum install owncloud


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