Thanks for getting in touch. Here’s what we recommend:
1. At WP Admin > Settings > TubePress > Which Videos?, add a “source” for each video feed, i.e. create one source for YouTube, one for Vimeo, and one for DailyMotion.
2. Save your settings by clicking the “Save” button.
3. Where you want the gallery to show up on your site, simply type the [tubepress] shortcode into the page (more instructions on that here 1).
The above steps should get you started with a combined gallery. For interactive searching, we’d suggest that you follow these instructions 2.
Please let us know if there is anything else we can do to assist. Thanks!
Glad you found the “Add Source” button at the bottom of the “Which videos?” tab; sorry for the trouble!
>How can I hide Top Player on default, but when clicked on thumbnail, scroll to top and play.
This isn’t something that TubePress supports out of the box, but you have a few options:
You could use a modal player such as Fancybox (WP Admin > Settings > TubePress > Player > Play each video …).
You could explore Auto Post 1 to see if that’s something you might be interested in. Auto Post links each thumbnail in a gallery to a post/page in your site, so there’s no embedded video player at the top of an Auto Post-enabled gallery. You can also enable/disable Auto Post on a per-gallery basis using shortcodes, i.e. [tubepress wpAutoPostEnable=“true”].
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