Automatically embed your livestream

Tired of copying and pasting embed codes every time you go live? Auto-embed your stream and notify your visitors. Works on any WordPress site.

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This livestream is auto-embedded from NASA’s YouTube channel
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Live or Premiere

Whether you are using Facebook Live or Premiere for your page, WP Livestream will detect and automatically embed the stream.


Live streaming

WP Livestream will detect and automatically embed your live stream and chat from your Twitch channel.


Live streaming

WP Livestream will detect and automatically embed your live stream and chat from your Vimeo Premium or Enterprise account.


Live or Premiere

Whether you are live on YouTube or using a scheduled Premiere, WP Livestream will detect and automatically embed the stream.


Set it and forget it.

No need to keep updating your website with a new embed code. WP Livestream automatically detects when you are live and puts it on your website.


Context aware.

Control what is shown to your users when you are offline or live with customizable content and site-wide notifications. No more blank pages or outdated embeds.


Don’t just take our word for it

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Is WP Livestream a streaming platform?

No. WP Livestream is not a video host or a streaming platform. In order to use WP Livestream, you must use one of our supported livestream platforms. WP Livestream’s goal is to be a set-it-and-forget-it solution that will automatically embed your livestream on your WordPress website.

A. We offer a demo so that you can fully test out WP Livestream for yourself. Go to to create your demo.

A. Yes! Automatic updates are available to all users with a valid license key.

A. Yes. Currently, if a user visits your website before your live stream is detected, they will have to refresh the page in order to see the stream. We are looking into an option to automatically do this for the user – stay tuned!

A. It can take up to 3 minutes from the time that you go live for WP Livestream to detect your stream. We recommend starting your live streams at least 5 minutes before the actual show start. Customers usually use a countdown video or a placeholder slide during this period.

A. Currently, WP Livestream is designed to work with one stream/one platform at a time. However, we have added this to our feature list for an upcoming version.

We currently support chat integration with YouTube, Vimeo and Twitch.
Facebook does not currently allow you to embed the chat.

Long-term, we are working on a custom solution that will work with all of our supported platforms. We do not currently have an ETA for that release.

A. Yes. WordPress Multisite is supported in our Professional (3 site limit) and Developer (unlimited sites) plans.

A. Yes, we do! We firmly stand behind the quality of our product and will refund 100% of your money within 30 days of your initial purchase if you are unhappy with the plugin. We do not offer refunds on license renewals. Click here to read our complete Refund Policy.

A. Your license key is valid for one year from the purchase date. You need an active license key for continued access to plugin updates and support. Your subscription will automatically renew each year unless you cancel.

A. Yes! Top-notch customer support is key for a quality product, so we’ll do our very best to resolve any issues you encounter via our support page.

A. Yes! Our public roadmap can be located here. You can see what we’re working on, vote on what matters to you, and leave feeback.

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