SHOW Responsive Video Suite

Our Responsive Video Suite is powerful, easy, and flexible. This single widget contains multiple components that can be mixed and matched to create video players, galleries and backgrounds.

The component-based approach keeps the widget "light" and reduces unnecessary page load time. Future component additions can be added seamlessly without disruption or reconstruction of pages and arrangements. With full responsive functionality, this versatile suite is a breeze to set up and looks great across all devices.

  • Widget Compatibility: Highly Compatible (No known issues when combining with other MuseThemes widgets)
  • Current Version: 1.3
  • Supported Devices: Desktop, Tablet, Phone

Release Log

  • 1.3: Fixed bug causing large empty spaces to appear in certain browsers (01/19/2017)
  • 1.2: Fixed bug in the Self Hosted Gallery widget causing the same videos to repeat in consecutive rows, and videos displaying in columns instead of rows (10/27/2016)
  • 1.1: Many upgrades and bug fixes (03/11/2016)
  • 1.0: Adds collapsible panel functionality and support for responsive Muse

Video Playlist


This widget contains a suite of video tools, designed to meet most any video need. The following widget components are included in the library folder:

  • Toolset: Required for usage of any component (more info below).
  • Video Backgrounds: Display a fullscreen video, or full-width background section of a page. Fullscreen backgrounds are persistent regardless of browser size or resizing. "Section" mode allows the background video to scroll as any other element would. Supports local, externally-hosted, and YouTube video.
  • Video Gallery: Displays video galleries and plays videos in a lightbox. Galleries are customizable with thumbnail sizing and column/row control, along with support for multiple gallery instances. Supports YouTube and Vimeo videos.
  • Video Gallery: Same as above, but offers support for local videos.
  • Video Player: A simple video player. Size is easily set by sizing widget container. Supports YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook videos.
  • Video Player - Self Hosted: Same as above, but offers support for local videos.

To use any video tool, start by adding the Toolset component to your project. Where the Toolset is placed is unimportant - you may want to place it outside of your page so it remains out of the way. Open the Toolset option panel and enable any video tools you plan to use on that page.

Next, drop the video tool components you wish to use onto your page. Open the option panel and configure the settings as needed, making sure to use the correct Video ID or URL if necessary.

Multiple video tools can be used on the same page. Only one Toolset component is needed per page. Repeat this process for any additional page on your site where you intend to use the SHOW Responsive Video Suite.

Commonly Asked Questions

Do I always need the Toolset component on the page?

Yes. The toolset is always required, though it can be placed outside of the workspace anywhere you like.

My video is not showing up correctly when I preview in browser.

With any video widget, we always suggest publishing or uploading a test site when troubleshooting any video issues.

Video widgets often require that you publish your site to the web to properly test playback.

Known Issues/Conflicts

The Background Video component of this widget takes control of page positioning in order to function fullscreen, and may conflict with other fullscreen or location-specific elements. We do not recommend combining it with the following:

  • Pushy Panes
  • Fullscreen Thumbnail Gallery
  • Media Pro
  • Fullscreen Video Backgrounds
  • Versa Slide
  • scroll effects.

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