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WP Vimeo Videos

WP Vimeo Videos

Version : 1.5.0
Tested up to : 5.5.1
Number of download : 13
Average rating : 5 / 5 on 3 votes 3 votes, 5 avg.rating

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WP Vimeo Videos
WP Vimeo Videos
WP Vimeo Videos
WP Vimeo Videos

Integrtes your WordPress site with Vimeo using the Vimeo API and allows the user to upload videos directly from WordPress. ???? Disclaimer: I don’t work for Vimeo and the plugin is not official Vimeo software. It just uses Vimeo Developer API to provide interface for uploading videos directly from WordPress. Especially useful in the following cases: – If you want to speed up the entire process. No need to login to Vimeo, you can now upload videos directly WordPress. – If you don’t want to share your Vimeo login credentials especially when running multi-author blog. How it works In order to be able to connect to Vimeo you will need to sign up on Vimeo Developer Portal and request access to the Vimeo API. Please check the Installation tab and also the screenshot 4. Detailed Guide Features Upload videos from the Media screen Upload videos from the Gutenberg editor Responsive embeds from the Gutenberg editor Media > Vimeo is accessible by the users that have the capability upload_files (Author, Editor, Administrators by default) Settings > Vimeo is accessible by the users that have the capability manage_options (Administrators by default) Shortcode available [dgv_vimeo_video id=”the_vimeo_id”] Useful API information and tips in the Settings > Vimeo Page Vimeo connection problem detection mechanism in Settings page Premium Version Additional features as follows: Front-end upload via Gravtiy Forms Gutenberg Support with additional options (eg. account search) Classic Editor Support (TinyMCE) in admin and Front-end for plugins that use wp_editor() Option to upload existing Media Library videos to Vimeo in WordPress with one click Option to search your Vimeo account for existing videos when embedding video via Gutenberg and TinyMCE Option to show only the videos uploaded by the current user in the library page Option to enable/disable single video pages that show the Video Option to whitelist domains that are allowed to embed the uploaded videos Option to control who can view the uploaded videos through the admin or the front-end separately Option to select who can view the video in the upload forms (Gutenberg, Classic editor, Vimeo tab or Media Library push buttons) Option to edit view privacy in the Media > Vimeo tab for each video Option to enable/disable certain embed methods in the Gutenberg and TinyMCE Vimeo Upload forms Option to select default folder for videos uploaded in the admin dashboard Option to select default folder for videos uploaded from the front-end forms Option to edit folder in Media > Vimeo for each video Option to select default embed preset for videos uploaded in the admin dashboard Option to select default embed preset for videos uploaded from the front-end forms Option to edit embed preset in Media > Vimeo for each video Update Vimeo Videos from your WordPress site Delete Vimeo Videos from your WordPress site Experimental Thumbnails support Fast Dedicated Support for premium customers Get Premium Version

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