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I am trying to get some oembed parameters attached to my Vimeo clips. I tried to get it going using the following two instructions:

Unfortunately what works for YouTube won't work for Vimeo, as the returning URL has no such string as ?feature=oembed that I can make str_replace work on. It is just the video's id at the end of the URL, which is random. I can make it work if I enter the exact ID of the clip to make str_replace look for.

Any idea how to make the function look for numbers and attach the parameters? An example clip would be

http://vimeo.com/14956293

and the oEmbed should be

//player.vimeo.com/video/14956293?color=FFFFFF&title=0&byline=0. 

As you can see here, there is another difference to YouTube. The arguments start with? and connects the arguments with &. Whereas YouTube begins with & and also connects the arguments with &.

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You should add a filter on oembed provider to allow customs parameters:

add_filter( 'oembed_fetch_url', 'my_oembed_fetch_url', 10, 3 );

function my_oembed_fetch_url( $provider, $url, $args ) {
    // You can find the list of defaults providers in WP_oEmbed::__construct()
    if ( strpos( $provider, 'vimeo.com' ) !== false) {
        // Check the full list of args here: https://developer.vimeo.com/apis/oembed
        if ( isset( $args['autoplay'] ) ) {
            $provider = add_query_arg( 'autoplay', absint( $args['autoplay'] ), $provider );
        }
        if ( isset( $args['color'] ) && preg_match( '/^[a-f0-9]{6}$/i', $args['color'] ) ) {
            $provider = add_query_arg( 'color', $args['color'], $provider );
        }
        if ( isset( $args['portrait'] ) ) {
            $provider = add_query_arg( 'portrait', absint( $args['portrait'] ), $provider );
        }
        if ( isset( $args['title'] ) ) {
            $provider = add_query_arg( 'title', absint( $args['title'] ), $provider );
        }
        if ( isset( $args['byline'] ) ) {
            $provider = add_query_arg( 'byline', absint( $args['byline'] ), $provider );
        }
    }

    return $provider;
}

then, in your template:

<?php wp_oembed_get('http://vimeo.com/44633289', array('color' => '7AB800')); ?>

or via a shortcode in post's content:

[vimeo 44633289 color=7AB800]

and you can do the same for youtube and all others oembed providers (if your my_oembed_fetch_url allow it)

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