I have a Vimeo PLUS account. I have installed the plugin to upload videos, but when trying to upload video in mp4 format, it loads only up to 50% and stops and I get the error message “File Type not allowed”
I need help please with this.
How big is the file ? and what is the upload limit in your server ?
Currently, the upload process is using server buffer for uploading to vimeo.
The file is just 10 MB, And I can upload up to 100 MB..
Can you explain me this?:
<span class=”light” style=”padding-top: 109px;”>”Upload videos bigger than PHP upload limits, vi pl-upload script.”</span>
This is a description of your Vimeo Plugin that I’m using.
Yes, my mistake , we’re using plupload so the upload limit does not matter.
Can you share Site link and WP admin details and I can do a quick check because we do not have any other user reporting this.This reply has been marked as private.
I need to access WP admin to check this . https://prnt.sc/rsbn9c
I’m sorry. Now you have all access..2 years, 11 months ago AlexKeymaster
Well i tested this by uploading mp4 file .We have sctrict mime type checking enabled in the plugin for this .
Please let me know how can I create those albums.. I just can create folders con my Vimeo account. I’m not sure how and when those albums should be created.
I have seen the videos where they explain but I don’t really understand how it works. Is an album created every time a teacher uploads a video? How can I control that?2 years, 11 months ago AlexKeymaster
nope an album is create once per instructor.
When instructor access the vimeo tab in media library for the very first time an album with his user id is created and this happens when instructor privacy is enabled in wp-admin-> lms -> settings -> video vibe .
Otherwise you have to manually create albums on vimeo account itself it will reflect in vimeo tab in wordpress.
I understand. Now it’s working.. thanks you!2 years, 11 months ago VeronicaModerator
thanks for your confirmation.
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