Video Gallery

Video Gallery – Pro!

Showcase a collection of YouTube, Vimeo or MP4/WebM videos using the video gallery addon element. Quite handy for video tutorial sites, video bloggers, or any studio with substantial amount of video content.

Video Gallery Features

  • The video opens up in a popup window when the play on the placeholder image is clicked.
  • This addon is part of the Premium version of the plugin and provides advanced features like pagination and lazy load through a load more button.
  • It can be used to create a gallery of videos uploaded to YouTube/Vimeo or videos hosted in your site in MP4/WebM format – useful for video bloggers, video tutorial sites, video marketers, small businesses or websites with a major presence on YouTube/Vimeo.
  • Advanced features like touch/swipe controls, pinch out/in, double tap, keyboard navigation, full screen, thumbnails, social media sharing, hardware accelerated animations, direct linking supported with lightbox.
  • Support for inline responsive YouTube, Vimeo and MP4/WebM videos.
  • Use custom thumbnail or the YouTube/Vimeo video thumbnail is automatically obtained from the service provider.

Video Gallery – Packed

Video Gallery with Pagination

Video Gallery with Load More

INLINE VIDEO Gallery

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