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Use a picture editing program and reduce the size.

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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When I'm trying to upload video to the Facebook , upon completion uploading it appears upload failed , how to fixed the problem ?


This usually happens when your internet speed is too slow or busy or the actual video you are trying to upload is too large a file for it to handle. This is what Facebook says about it:

I can't upload a video. Videos are usually large files, so they can take more than a few minutes to upload fully. If you're having trouble uploading videos, try these troubleshooting tips:
  • Make sure your video is in a supported format. We recommend MP4. Your video software (ex: Final Cut, Avid, iMovie) should have information on how to export your video to MP4.
  • Keep in mind that videos must be less than 45 minutes long and smaller than 1.75 GB.
  • Check that you're using the latest version of your browser.
  • If it's taking longer than a few hours to add a video to Facebook, learn how to report a problem.
Keep in mind that trying to upload the same video multiple times won't speed up the process. If you'd like to continue using the internet while the video is uploading, you can open up another browser window.

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I cant upload my video on fb


Problems might be:
If you are trying to upload from Internet Explorer, I'd suggest using chrome instead.

Your Internet Service Provider might have an upload limit (your video is too large)

Try to use "Basic Uploader" in upload options.

Or use 3rd party program to upload to facebook.

And advice from FB itself:
  • Make sure your video is in a supported format. You'll have the best luck with the MP4 format.

  • Make sure your video doesn't exceed the size or time limits you see on the upload page.

  • Check that you're using the latest version of a supported browser

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My video facebook not uplod


Check your connection, mostly upload failure cause by low speed connection or perhaps no data connection. especially large video. when connection goes down in the middle of uploading process, your video wont be uploaded

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Where do find 'Browser configuration'. I am getting Error 413 message ''Entity too large'' on a website and some adice to clear it was to go into 'browseconfig' and check frst two boxes. Need to find...


Error Message: "413 – Request Entity Too Large"
Translation: The Web server has determined that the data being sent by the browser is simply too large (that is, too many bytes). This occurs when file size limits are exceeded. For example, when uploading a very large file (using a technique such as HTTP PUT), a 413 error may be returned when the Web server sees that the file size is too large.
Solution: This error is typically due to configuration or programming errors on the Web server end. It may be possible to shrink the request entity (such as uploading a smaller file). Otherwise, the Web server will need to be reconfigured to accommodate the larger entity. You should inform Webmasters of the offending sites about the trouble.
If you are using a proxy you may have to configure it to allow large packet transfers.

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How do i change recording format to avi as i cant upload any of my videos to my friends becuse video size is to large


Did you try using an online file sharing service? You can upload (large) files, get the link and email that to friends. They can then download the file.
There are services that offer GB's of space, so the file would not be too big quickly....

Just search for "online file sharing"

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WHERE IS THE AOSS ON THE PSP


go here to find out bout skype:

http://www.gametrailers.com/video/see-how-psp/29451

and no, its on your wireless aoss router (very

few routers have the aoss button) it is used as

a special way to connect to wireless internet

As far as I know, it is only for the Buffalo brand

routers

this is what it looks like

http://img.tomshardware.com/us/myimages/Features/aoss_vs_ses/aoss-button.jpg

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Hp 2400 scanjet


To upload scanned images to eBay, simply scan your your images first and save them as .jpg files.

Remember where you have saved them,
eg My Documents/ebayimages.
Make sure the files are not too large. If they are, you may have to resize them. Really no more than 75kB and less if you have a lot to upload for one listing. If the files are too large they will take too long to load for users with a slow internet connection.

Next. go to eBay, create your listing and click upload images. A window will open which will allow you to navigate to where you have saved your image. You can also edit the brightness and sharpness of you images in eBay.

Hope this helps...

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Cant upload pics to large


yes u need to compress them picture software

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Problem when upload large file


It maybe because of the size and security, if you have'nt already compress the file with Winzip or Windows compressed folder or similair.

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