Where can I host videos for paid members if I don’t want to host them myself?

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    Minimum_Report
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    Hi. Complete WordPress newbie here.

    I’m going to create a WordPress site that will contain a community, probably built using Buddyboss. Members will need to pay to access the community, where there’ll be able to load documents and view document other members have loaded. It will essentially be a sharing site.

    I don’t want to host videos that are uploaded. How can I host videos elsewhere (e.g YouTube) but only grant access to paid members?

    #2572
    RabSimpson
    Guest

    Use Vimeo Pro. It makes it as difficult as possible for users to rip down copies of the videos.

    #2573
    catsloverareus
    Guest

    you can make youtube videos private and embed them in WordPress, there’s also vimeo and wistia that offer few more features

    #2574
    ItsBugsy
    Guest

    Vimeo Pro works great for us. If you need galleries I recommend Vimeography: https://vimeography.com/

    As far as restricting your videos to paid members there are a lot of options. We use and like WooCommerce Memberships. You could also check out Restrict Content Pro, Memberpress, or Member Mouse.

    #2575
    superkoelkast
    Guest

    I can recommend mux.com

    #2576
    Pe4rs
    Guest

    OnlyFans

    #2577
    BigBoogie
    Guest

    Vdocypher had an appsumo not long ago. They host the encrypted video and it can only be viewed on the designated domain (your website). So if you put it behind a paywall you’ re good. Not sure how secure the process is but works good enough for me.

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