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PostPosted: 8. May 2012, 20:28 
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I downloaded this plugin because no matter what I tried, WordPress would not allow me to upload a video file > 244 MB, regardless of what I put in the php.ini or .htaccess. I downloaded this and got my hopes up because I was able to upload the file and see it. However, when I go to Add Post and go to the Video Gallery, I don't see it. The file is a .mpg that is 460 MB in size. Any help? Am I doing something wrong.

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PostPosted: 9. May 2012, 00:01 
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WFU is an uploader. Not a video player. This are 2 different things.

Or do you mean that the video is not shown in the media library?

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PostPosted: 9. May 2012, 00:03 
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It doesn't show in the media player. :( any suggestions?


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PostPosted: 9. May 2012, 00:09 
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And what does the media player has to do with WFU?

watching a 460 MB video file with the WMP is not a good idea because it has to be downloaded before if you don't have a streaming server...

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PostPosted: 9. May 2012, 00:58 
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TinyWebGallery wrote:
And what does the media player has to do with WFU?

watching a 460 MB video file with the WMP is not a good idea because it has to be downloaded before if you don't have a streaming server...

Best, Michael


My bad... It doesn't show in the Media Library.


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PostPosted: 9. May 2012, 17:42 
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which file extension? Because you have to define the file types that should be synched.

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PostPosted: 9. May 2012, 17:43 
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Thank you.. the HTML5 extensions: webm, ogv, mp4

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PostPosted: 9. May 2012, 21:46 
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TinyWebGallery wrote:
which file extension? Because you have to define the file types that should be synched.

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Thanks, that was it! Figured it out :)


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PostPosted: 10. May 2012, 09:46 
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good ;).


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