Video rendering and WordPress

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QuestionsVideo rendering and WordPress
asked 2 years ago

Hi Adam,

I am running a few websites using (non-WP), just as I have a few sites build on a combination of WP/aMember/Divi.

I was wondering if you, that made me spend a lot of money on WP software and AppSumo deals, also would know a software solution that could combine the best from a quality video rendering service, with the best from WP.

In short, what I am looking for is a solution, so that instead of rendering a video manually into 3 versions and manually upload all 3 versions (typical versions I make).

1146_source.mp4 [1920×1080, 8000 bitrate, 22:22, 1001.06 Mb] – download

1146.mp4 [1280×720, 22:22, 355.33 Mb] – classic stream

1146_360.mp4 [640×360, 22:22, 100.68 Mb] – mobile friend and free stream

Then to have a solution, so that I could just upload the source file(original edit – for download) and then automatically have it render a couple of additional versions for streaming. A little like if you upload a video to YouTube – then YouTube will also render this to fit their preferred formats. I have this option with Kernel, but their software does not have the flexibility of WordPress.

Happy to use an aff link if you have a good suggestion and happy for it to be paid software. I am on self-hosted servers and would be able to adjust their settings as needed.



1 Answers
Adam @ WPCrafter Staff answered 2 years ago

Yea, this is why its good to use video hosting services that manage all of that for you. I personally use VooPlayer, which is on the pricey side. Vimeo is a good option and very affordable.

But you really should be looking at using a video delivery service. I do have a video on it, but essentially its just my going into some pro/con details.

Adam @ WPCrafter Staff replied 2 years ago

First, sorry for the Grammarly issue. I have reported it to the dev and he is supposed to be fixing it.

Next, VooPlayer, v3 doesn’t, but v4 does. However, v4 has its own annual fee.

replied 2 years ago

Hi Adam, thank you for your answer. I have VooPlayer, as I bought a license from you 🙂 It has been fantastic for email collection.
I, however, do not see a way to integrate it with aMember and also I don´t think it fully supports the option to upload and render in selected formats (download, webhd and mobile streaming).

My sites are very content heavy – so I was hoping for a self-hosted option. Like now I have 12tb and huge data use.

I will have a look at your video.

PS: Off topic, it seems to me your forum has an issue with Grammarly. I first wrote a longer answer and when I auto -corrected a typo with Grammarly the box got deleted.