Apture lets you link and embed multimedia content from 50+ sources into your Wordpress, Blogger, Drupal and other blog formats.
Version: 1.1Use Apture while editing in Blogger, Typepad, Tumblr to easily search and embed media from over 50+ sources. Twitter, YouTube, Wikipedia, Google Maps, Google Street view and many more are supported.
License: BSD License
Operating System: Linux
The Apture Editor Plugin is only needed for creating and editing Apture links. All viewers to your site will see your links without needing this plugin.
Use WordPress or MovableType for your blog?
We've designed server plugins especially for those blogging platforms, which let you use Apture from any browser.
You can get Apture for Wordpress, Blogger, Drupal, Movable Type, Tumblr, Ning and TypePad
To get Apture visit: www.apture.com/plugin and select your platform.
Apture makes it easy to add contextual images, videos, reference guides, links, maps, music, news, documents and books to your blog to create a connected media experience that keeps readers engaged on your site.
Imagine if you could instantly give your readers access to the richness and multi-dimensionality of the Internet -- any relevant digital media concerning any subject you're interested in, including text, stills, audio, and video -- without ever leaving the site you're on? With Apture, you can deep-link to media: a specific section of a Wikipedia article, a certain moment of a video, a certain page in a document or presentation, or a certain time of a podcast. When readers move their mouse over an Apture-linked term, a box appears with a menu of related media you choose, providing readers with a cornucopia of in-depth related content. Clicking on any item in the menu opens a window where they can access that content without leaving the page.