Cloudflare Stream & Yoast

Hey there! So I know Cloudflare Stream is still new, but it’s an awesome addition to Cloudflare, and I’d much rather use Stream to add content to our domain then YouTube or Vimeo (Obviously Stream isn’t smothered in branding lol)

Anyways I actually reached out to Yoast about this maybe a month or so ago. We’re using Wordpress and use the Yoast plugin. So video links from YouTube or Vimeo once inputted and saved will then be detected by yoast and then added to the sitemap list.

But with Cloudflare streams it doesn’t yet detect that it’s a video file and therefore the plugin doesn’t add it to the Video sitemap. I’d like to actually convert all the YouTube and Vimeo videos on the domain to Cloudflare stream but I’d like to be able to keep the domains SEO as well haha.

Does anyone know of any solution to get comparability with Yoast and Cloudflare stream? Like any modifications to WP code or some work around? I’m not sure if this is the right platform to be asking but I figured I woukd since I’ve already inquired with Yoast and perhaps someone on Cloudflares forum might have already utilized a solution or something.

Anyways thank you In advanced!

It’s now 2021…has anyone else figured this out yet?
I was looking to do the same thing with Cloudflare Stream for quite a while.

There’s a DIY option, but I don’t have the time for this:

Perhaps Cloudflare should just include this in their stream wordpress plugin?

I’m starting to think is a better alternative to Cloudflare stream based on seo alone. Yoast supports videopress.
Videopress appears to also have streamlined features and is cost effective with 1TB storage and unlimited bandwidth. Automattic owns them and owns so it works with wordpress just fine.

I was going to use the Cloudflare stream’s wordpress plugin, but without seo, what’s the point?
Here’s that plugin:

Here’s the info for videopress:

And here’s the compatibility list for Yoast Video SEO…still no Cloudflare stream:

Maybe cloudlfare released a Cloudflare stream seo feature that I’m not aware of…but
If anyone has any other suggestions, please reply!