NAME

WWW::Sitemap::XML::Google::Video - XML Sitemap Google extension video entry

VERSION

version 2.00

SYNOPSIS

    my $video = WWW::Sitemap::XML::Google::Video->new(
        content_loc => 'http://mywebsite.com/video1.flv',
        player => WWW::Sitemap::XML::Google::Video::Player->new(
            {
                loc => 'http://mywebsite.com/video_player.swf?video=1',
                allow_embed => "yes",
                autoplay => "ap=1",
            }
        ),
        thumbnail_loc => 'http://mywebsite.com/thumbs/1.jpg',
        title => 'Video Title 1',
        description => 'Video Description 1',
    );

XML output:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <video:video>
      <video:content_loc>http://mywebsite.com/video1.flv</video:content_loc>
      <video:title>Video Title 1</video:title>
      <video:description>Video Description 1</video:description>
      <video:thumbnail_loc>http://mywebsite.com/thumbs/1.jpg</video:thumbnail_loc>
      <video:player_loc allow_embed="yes" autoplay="ap=1">http://mywebsite.com/video_player.swf?video=1</video:player_loc>
    </video:video>

DESCRIPTION

WWW::Sitemap::XML::Google::Video represents single video entry in sitemap file.

Class implements WWW::Sitemap::XML::Google::Video::Interface.

ATTRIBUTES

content_loc

At least one of "player" and "content_loc" is required. This should be a .mpg, .mpeg, .mp4, .m4v, .mov, .wmv, .asf, .avi, .ra, .ram, .rm, .flv, or other video file format, and can be omitted if "player" is specified. However, because Google needs to be able to check that the Flash object is actually a player for video (as opposed to some other use of Flash, e.g. games and animations), it's helpful to provide both.

isa: "Location" in WWW::Sitemap::XML::Types

player

    $video->player({
        loc => 'http://mywebsite.com/video_player.swf?video=1',
        allow_embed => "yes",
        autoplay => "ap=1",
    });

At least one of "player" and "content_loc" is required. A URL pointing to a Flash player for a specific video. In general, this is the information in the src element of an <embed> tag and should not be the same as the content of the <loc> tag. Since each video is uniquely identified by its content URL (the location of the actual video file) or, if a content URL is not present, a player URL (a URL pointing to a player for the video), you must include either the "player_loc" or "content_loc" tags. If these tags are omitted and we can't find this information, we'll be unable to index your video.

isa: "VideoPlayer" in WWW::Sitemap::XML::Types

title

The title of the video.

isa: "Max100CharsStr" in WWW::Sitemap::XML::Types

Required.

description

The description of the video.

isa: "Max2048CharsStr" in WWW::Sitemap::XML::Types

Required.

thumbnail_loc

A URL pointing to the URL for the video thumbnail image file. We can accept most image sizes/types but recommend your thumbnails are at least 120x90 pixels in .jpg, .png, or. gif formats.

isa: "Location" in WWW::Sitemap::XML::Types

Required.

METHODS

as_xml

Returns XML::LibXML::Element object representing the <video:video> entry in the sitemap.

SEE ALSO

https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/183668

AUTHOR

Alex J. G. Burzyński <ajgb@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2014 by Alex J. G. Burzyński <ajgb@cpan.org>.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.