The upload-limit is set to 1GB at the moment. If you want to convert bigger files just remove the large assets
before uploading and add the assets later to the zip.
Extract the downloaded ZIP to a folder on your hard-drive (or any web-server).
Just start the interaction by clicking/linking to the HTML-File in the root. Only a web-browser is necessary.
The ZIP-Container will contain all necessary files to run your H5P-Interaction without
the need to use any web-server (all H5P-runtime-files are included in this package).
It is possible without any problems of interference to merge different zip-packages
into one directory. Files which are contained more than once are the same and can
be replaced or omitted during extraction.
The different html-files in the root are the entry-points to the different Content-Packages.
All fonts, images, scripts and styles from
are included in the downloaded ZIP-File. They are needed to run your Content-Package.
Some of these h5p-core-files and files from you uploaded libraries are converted if that is needed to ensure the ability
to run your Content-Package without the need of any web-server.
Failed to execute 'toDataURL' on 'HTMLCanvasElement': Tainted canvases may not be exported.
Nevertheless they are working, if you upload the Content-Package to a web-server instead.
No other source-code from H5P.org
is used to convert your Content-Package.
If you would like to include our sources into your own services/software, feel free to contact us.
The converter itself is written in php but can easily be ported to a different programming-language.
Neither your uploaded file(s) nor the converted file(s) are stored after the conversion took place on this server or are
processed any further.
As soon as the download appears below, your upload and the converted ZIP do not exist on the server anymore.
They are stored only in the memory of your browser as long as you do not close or reload the page. The downloads will also be removed
after downloading the ZIP-File to your hard-drive or removing the tag.
The only logged data is the access.log of the underlying web-server.