If you are looking to improve the overall user experience on your WooCommerce store, then you can’t go wrong by improving the visual experience. This means not only to have WooCommerce products with stunning images but also adding product videos to the experience.
Video is one of the most engaging forms of content that helps you showcase your product and explain the uses and benefits, making shopping less ambiguous. Featuring a WooCommerce product video on your product pages is the best way to present your products and explain their functionality.
With WordPress Video Plugin VideographyWP you can add a featured video to any WooCommerce product gallery. More than this, the plugin won’t interfere or modify anything inside WooCommerce.
By now, all WordPress themes make use of post featured image functionality to improve the aspect of your post pages. If you run a video website you might want your post to feature a WordPress featured video instead of an image. You might also want to control things like playback volume, display of different controls in player or other information.
This can be easily done with WordPress Video Plugin – VideographyWP that can import video content into your WordPress posts (including custom post types) from platforms YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion and Vine.
Embedding videos using a WordPress video lightbox is the perfect way to engage your users by allowing them to concentrate on your video. This can be easily done with VideographyWP which is a WordPress plugin that can import videos from YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion or Vine.
Additionally, it allows you to selectively import the details that you want, like video title, description, image and video embed.
By offering plenty of embedding options, along with WordPress video lightbox, you have the possibility to customize the way videos are embedded into the post content.
After creating a post with video plugin VideographyWP, embedding the video into the post content can be done in different ways. For example, the video can be displayed above the post content, below it, instead of the post’s featured image or by shortcode.