rtMedia Premium Advanced Features
rtMedia is a free plugin available in the WordPress plugin directory. However, there are some premium advanced features that extend the capabilities of this free rtMedia Plugin. rtMedia Premium comes with some exciting advanced features, which can be purchased from the rtCamp Store. You can power up your website by including the following features.
Create multiple default albums for your site and set one as the global default album for everyone.
Add separate widgets to your website sidebar to allow users to upload media and display them in a gallery based on their views, ratings, and upload time.
Allow users to easily set an existing image on your site as their profile picture.
Allow members to rate images, audio files, and videos out of five. Can also be used to rate albums.
Save your users time by allowing them to upload media files to your site directly from a URL.
Provide users with Instagram like photo filters so that they can express themselves in colorful tones.
Display a preview (thumbnail and link details) of all the external links that you share on your website.
Give users an option to set an existing image as their album’s cover photo.
Allow users to set album privacy when they create or edit an album. Available options are Public, Private, Logged in users, and Friends.
Enable users to attach multimedia files to bbPress forum topics to get better support.
BuddyPress Group Media Control
Control whether you want to allow users to upload media to your groups or not.
Allow users to select multiple media files and perform actions on them in one go.
Give your BuddyPress members an option to choose which category they need to upload media files to.
Display a download option for any type of uploaded media to allow users to download them any time.
Allow your users to upload and view documents files like PDF, DOC, TXT in a lightbox without leaving your website.
Give users an option to edit MP3 file audio tags (ID3 tags) to set artist, title, album name, etc.
Make it easy for your users to keep track of all their favorites on your site from one place (FavList).
Allow users to encourage people who upload multimedia files on your site with likes.
Create different plans and restrict users to upload files based on their membership type.
Allow your community members to report offensive media files and take them down automatically after it reaches a certain number of reports.
A points management system for WordPress that allows you to reward your users with points for their activities.
Provide users with a Facebook like photo tagging experience. Works in BuddyPress groups too.
Add a watermark to all the images uploaded to your site. Also works with existing images.
Easily allow your users to create and share playlists on your website with basic privacy options.
Enable podcast support for your WordPress powered community website.
Restrict the upload file size and set a limit on the maximum number of albums a user can create.
Make your site more search engine friendly by adding your media files to an XML sitemap. Also works well with Yoast SEO.
Set Custom Thumbnail for Audio/Video
Enable users to set a custom thumbnail for their uploaded audio & video files, albums, playlists, favorites, etc.
Add a button in your WordPress editor screen to help you insert rtMedia shortcodes directly into your posts and pages.
Display social sharing buttons on your media files to make it easy for users to share them on other social media platforms.
Allow users to import photos from their Facebook account by creating a Facebook App and connecting it with rtMedia.
Allow users to sort media files based on their size, title, and date of upload.
Display view counts for videos and images uploaded to your site similar to sites like Facebook and YouTube.
Make the comments section look more attractive by allowing users to share media files along with their comments.
Easily create and display media galleries sitewide to showcase your latest creations.
Frequently Asked Questions
What media formats does rtMedia support?
rtMedia supports formats that have the widest cross-browser and cross-platform support.
Images: JPEG, PNG and GIF
Audio: MP3 only
Videos: Only MP4 (H.264Codec support)
This set of supported formats can be extended with our Documents & Other Files Premium addon. If you need to work with any other non-standard audio/video format, please have a look at the following Premium solution that integrates seamlessly with rtMedia: Transcoder (has a Free version).
Can I embed external media (like, from YouTube)?
Yes, you can embed media and links from external sources with our URL Preview addon.
Is rtMedia plugin Translation-ready? Is my language supported?
rtMedia is fully translation ready. You can contribute by translating new strings or correcting existing ones from our translation project page. You will require a wordpress.org account to log in.
As all translations are user-contributed, chances are that your language is already supported. You can get in touch with us if you don’t see your language on the translation project page.
I need a new feature, what should I do?
Please get in touch with us and share your ideas.
We cannot guarantee that your idea will be implemented though as new features are highly dependent your idea aligning with our vision for rtMedia Core/Premium addons.
Can I hire the rtMedia team for some custom implementation?
Yes. Just fill out this contact form and we will get back to you.
I am having an issue. How do I resolve it?
We would suggest you look up our extensive product documentation before contacting us. If you are not able to find a solution, you can submit a support request directly from the Support page.
Read more about our support policy here-> https://rtmedia.io/support-policy/
Do I need a license key for rtMedia to work?
Nope! rtMedia Core is completely free and works straight out of the box- just install it like any other plugin and you are ready to go.
License keys are only applicable to our Premium themes and products. Each of them extends the rtMedia Core by adding functionality or styling. They are completely optional though, as rtMedia Core is pretty capable by itself.
Please refer to our License FAQ page if you have more questions.
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