Frequently Asked Questions
For each website new regular license should be bought.
Read more about regular license on CodeCanyon.
No, it’s still for one single end product. Please refer to Envato licensing FAQ.
You can contact us with detailed explanations of your project and where you want to use WP Video Robot.
If we agree with the way the product will be redistributed and how it looks like – we will provide written permission.
Make sure that you unzipped archive you downloaded from CodeCanyon. You’ll find inside it a complete documentation with detailed installation instructions.
Absolutely not, WP Video Robot works only once an hour (on working hours). It is built to handle hundreds of sources with importing thousands of videos without altering your site performances.
WP Video Robot is built in best practises of WordPress plugins and works with absolutely any theme. Depending on your theme, you will need, in some cases, to make minor editions on your theme file.
Check out our demos sections to see how does it look on front end with 6 different WP free and premium themes.
No, you can get all updates of WP Video Robot completely for free.
You can find all the plugin features on the Official Features Page.
There is a detailed tutorial on how to find your Envato purchase Code right here.
You need your Envato Purchase Code to activate your copy of the plugin and to get free updates automatically. It also allows you to register on the support site to get free support.
To get after sale support, you can visit our Help Center.
It is so great to see you are interested! Everything that is related to the WP Video Robot is placed under dedicated category in the our Help Center Tutorials.
Yes, WP Video Robot supports WordPress multisite. You just have to install WP Video Robot on a multisite WP installation, and then activate it on the network. Each site will then have a standalone instance of the plugin with its own sources and videos.
For now, the only supported video services are Youtube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, TED, Youku and Facebook Videos.
If you want to use some other video service, please make sure it offers a documented API service and then contact us.
If you want to implement an imported or manually added video on a post or a page, simply include the shortcode :
Where 7767 is the local post ID of your imported video. You can get this on Edit Video Screen or Videos List Screen.
The plugin needs to connect to the video services APIs. For that you have two choices :
– For novice users, there is an API Wizard that permits you to grant access once and manually to each video service.
– For advanced users, you can grab your API Credentials and enter them in the options secreen.
You can either update the plugin using the WordPress Plugin Update screen or replace the old plugin folder with the new one. In both cases, the plugin will notice you that sources and videos from previous versions have been found. Then it will ask you to adapt them to the new version.
You can fix that simply by setting your WordPress permalink structure to ‘Post Name’ . To do that, head to WordPress Settings > Permalink,
pick Post Name among the available structures and hit Save Changes.
You are getting this error because your version of PHP is too old. You need to upgrade PHP to version 5.5 at least in order to use WP Video Robot.
Yes! WP Video Robot is working well with latest versions of buddyPress and bbPressPlugin.
Yes, the plugin has been adapted to support and work perfectly with WooCommerce plugin (3.2.1).
Yes. If you want to use Visual Composer plugin to show up your imported videos, you just need to specify the wpvr_video post type on the Visual Composer element settings screen.