1) Project Details:
I need a Wordpress plugin to gives me the ability to publish mixtapes. A mixtape is a compilation of songs recorded in a specific order, traditionally onto a compact audio cassette or CD, in other words it's a music playlists; I want the ability to publish the music playlists right from the “Wight Post” page in Wordpress. Below I describe in detail all that is required for this plugin work efficiently and consume the least amount of time it takes to publish a playlist.
Flash MP3 Player:
I need an flash mp3 player to play the playlists; I would like it to look and function similar to the Imeem.com or soundboard.com flash player (image attachment below).
The player should display the following: (most of this will probably done through XML)
•A list of the tracks for that particular playlist
•The title of each track
•Image (i.e. Album cover)
•Play, Pause, Rewind, Forward and Stop buttons.
•Share button for embedding the player on other websites and social networks. (I want the share feature to be handled by Gigya .com “Wildfire in Widget” which saves you the time and effort of creating the sharing features yourself. It’s a simple integration all is required is two pieces of code.
•logo watermark that links back to specified website.
•Google Analytics tracking integration for Playlist MP3 Player, Reference: http://blog.six4rty.ch/tutorials/fla...flash-content/
Publishing A Playlist:
Publishing the playlists must all be done from the “Write Post” page in Wordpress.
Playlist publishing plugin should have the following:
•Fields for each playlist being uploaded; track title, artist description and playlist/album title.
•Ability to read the ID3 tags of the mp3 files and fill in the required fields automatically.
•Mass up-loader feature to upload a list of mp3 files (please note that a playlist will usually consist of 20 – 30 mp3 files and 1 – 2 images)
•Image upload, which will be added to the playlist as the album cover which will be displayed on the Flash Player itself.
•Ability to upload the files to a remote sever
•Ability to import playlists from a folder already located on a server whether it may be located on my website or a remote sever. Example; http://mysite.com/directory/mp3andimages/ or http://remoteserver.com/directory/mp3andimages/.
Admin Settings (I would like the ability to do the following from the admin area of wordpress)
Customizing The Playlist MP3 Player Settings (On-site player)
•Ability Customize the look and feel of the flash MP3 player to match that specific Wordpress site.
•Starts playing automatically (ability to turn off and on)
•Share button will not be displayed on the on-site player.
•Ability to edit what gets displayed on the on-site player.
•Logo to display on the player
Customizing The Playlist MP3 Player Settings (Off-site player)
•Customize the look and feel of the Playlist MP3 Player to match the Wordpress site.
•Share button is displayed with the Gigya.com “Wildfire in Widget” integration.
•Logo to display on the player
1.A page that displays all published playlists, the amount of times they were viewed, and the post id.
2.A link to the actual post
3.A link to the edit post page
Template Tags: (that does the following)
4.A template tag that generates the Playlist MP3 Player embed code for a particular post so user can embed it on other websites and social networks (I will set this up to work with Gigya.com “Web Page Widget” so don’t worry about doing that part, all you need to provide is the template tag).
When creating this plugin just keep in mind that playlists the I'll be publishing will actually be mixtapes.
Please don’t waste my time it took me along time to write this, if you’re not positive you can build this plugin don’t bid on the project.
Before any final transactions are made you must provide me with a live demo of the entire plugin once finished, on your Wordpress blog installation of course.
The wordpress site will be using the Wordpress "WP Super Cache" plugin, so keep that in mind.
2) Payment Amount: $1,200
3) Payment method/ details (Paypal, check? Timeline?): PayPal
4) Additional Info (about project or potential bidders):