With pay-per-view, you can offer video content for a fee to be played on your own website.
The viewer thus pays per viewed video (pay-per-view).
Do you create high-quality video content for tutorials, explainer videos, or training? Instead of offering these videos for free on YouTube or Vimeo, you can generate additional revenue with the help of BTCPayWall.
You create your video as usual and place it as a private video on YouTube or Vimeo. The video can now only be viewed by people who know the exact url.
The exact url will be shown to the viewer who has successfully paid before.
The user is shown a video preview on his own website. This video preview can be designed freely.
In addition to a preview image, a headline and a description text, the viewer is shown the price of the video.
If the viewer wants to see the video, the displayed amount is paid to the Bitcoin PayWall.
After successful payment, the video is played on the website.
Optionally, a checkout page can be interposed between the payment button and the payment page. On the checkout page, the customer can be asked to provide additional information.
The page operator can decide whether and which input fields are displayed and whether the fields must be filled in by the customer or whether an input is voluntary.
Such a field can be, for example, the input of the email address to which an order confirmation, the url to be called or the invoice can be sent.
Then the payment page with the QR code is displayed and the customer can make the payment. After successful payment, the customer is automatically redirected to the page where the video is played.
In the video settings, the provider can specify the time period over which the video url can be accessed.
The video file to be played can either be stored on YouTube, Vimeo or on a dedicated server.
The video to be played is not offered to the viewer for download, but is played directly via the video player.
For digital content that is not played directly but offered as a download, we recommend using the Content Store File Download (pay-per-file) module.