Using the Media Player module you can play your Google Drive Audio and Video media files inside your WordPress website.
Step-1: Create Media Player Module
To create a Media Player Module, click on the Shortcode Builder menu from the admin dashboard menu. Create a new Shortcode > select the Media Player module from the Types tab.
Rename the shortcode title from the top left side of the WordPress dashboard depending on your project type.
Then click Next.
Step-2: Configure the Sources Tab
Now you will be redirected to the Sources (Folders & Files) tab. Here you need to select your media files from your linked Google Drive. Select your media files by pressing the plus sign.
You will discover your selected files, in the selected files list section of your screen. You can drag them up or down to change their orders.
Discovered a couple of new settings options named All Folders & Files and Use Private Folders. Let’s introduce you to them.
All Folders & Files: If All Folders & Files is enabled, visitors can navigate through all the media files, of your all linked Google Drive accounts.
Use Private Folders: On the other hand, if Use Private Folders is turned on, users can only navigate through the media files they are permitted to.
Step-3: Configuring Excludes Tab
Now you are in the Excludes Tab. Where you can customize and exclude each and every media file that you want.
Exclude Extensions: With the help of Exclude Extensions, you can simply exclude any media files by the extensions you want. For example you want to exclude (.mp3, .mp4, .avi files). Simply type the file extension in the exclude box and you get to go. Keep in mind, when Exclude All Expect is enabled, only the typed extension files will not show.
Exclude Names: You can also exclude any file or folder name by using Exclude Names. Type any media file name and your items will be excluded right away. Use Exclude All Expect to only show up typed names.
Step-4: Configuring Advanced Tab
From the next Advanced Options, You can customize your media player and files depending on what’s going on in your mind.
Module Width: From this section, you can customize the module width. The value is given in the percentage (%). Play with this section and customize what you need. Just change the value and test! You can use any valid CSS unit (pixels, percentage), eg ‘360px’, ‘780px’, ‘80%’
Module Height: It’s similar to the width. Normally it’s given auto. You can customize depending on your need. You can use any valid CSS unit (pixels, percentage), eg ‘360px’, ‘780px’, ‘80%’
Show Shuffle Button: Using the Shuffle Button you can enable or disable the shuffling button visibility inside your media player. White, it’s enabled, shuffling button will be visible, otherwise won’t.
Show Loop Button: Using the Loop Button you can enable or disable the looping button visibility inside your media player. While it’s enabled, the looping button will be visible, otherwise won’t.
Show Next/ Previous: Using the Next/ Previous Button enable or disable the next or previous button visibility inside your media player. While it’s enabled, the button will be visible, otherwise won’t.
Show Volume Button: Use the Volume Button to enable or disable volume visibility inside your media player. While it’s enabled, the volume customization module will be visible, otherwise won’t.
Show Fullscreen Button: Using the Fullscreen Button enable or disable fullscreen visibility inside your media player. While it’s enabled, the fullscreen button will be visible, otherwise won’t.
Opened Playlist: Top open playlist this button is such useful. Using the Opened Playlist option you can enable or disable playlist visibility inside your media player. While it’s enabled, the playlist module will be visible, otherwise won’t.
File Numbers: The number of media files you want to show from your Google Drive, can be controlled from this option. Only type numeric numbers only here. If you want to show all, type -1.
Now click Next.
Step-5: Configuring Permissions Tab
Now you will be redirected to the Permission tab. Here you will mostly work on permission-related tasks for your Media Player.
Display for: Using this option you can allow permission of your media files to everyone and logged-in users. You can also filter manually by user roles or any specific users.
Click Save Changes and copy the shortcode from the shortcode builder page.
Now you can use the shortcode to display your Google Drive media files inside a responsive media player with the help of the Media Player module, inside any posts or pages.