if you enable the option, it should be pretty self-explanatory that you have to get your Vimeo API key.
Just enter the Vimeo video page URL into the shortcode, like:
Once the FV Player Pro plugin is really alive, there will be all the documentation required.
we published a step-by-step guide here: http://foliovision.com/player/how-to-use-vimeo-pro
of course I could, but if I would do, no one of my videos would play until the Vimeo-Option is disabled again. So it only a good idea if you’ll be able to take a look and fix it immediatly.
So I think it’s a better idea, I’ll provide ab login so that you can switch the setting to your own needs.
Please tell me, how I can send your credentials.
we found the issue – “Convert old shortcodes with commas” was causing issues here. I disabled the option on your site as I don’t see any old [flowplayer] shortcodes.
Please re-enable the “Advanced Vimeo embeding” and enter your Vimeo API key and the videos will play. I had to enter ours as our plugin forgets the key if you disable the “Advanced Vimeo embeding”, so that’s another thing to fix.
I’ve installed the FV Flowplayer Pro plugin, and I’m wondering how the “Advanced Vimeo Embedding” feature works. I’ve looked on your site for documentation of this feature, but I can’t seem to find any.