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No video with suported format and MIME type found

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9 months 2 weeks ago #177580 by Anne Lüders
Replied by Anne Lüders on topic No video with suported format and MIME type found
OK solved it.
If the default folder is set to images/videos this must not be set in the video-code.
THX

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9 months 1 week ago #177623 by Fotis
Yeap, says so in the docs too...

If it didn't matter, then there would be no reason to set the root path in the first place ;)

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3 months 3 weeks ago #179074 by Alex
Hello, I double-checked the documentation :) and all the paths (plugin default and article). My local video file (up.m4v) is in images/videos, which is also set as the default path of the Allvideo plugin. The code in the article is {m4v}up{/m4v}. Still getting the "No video with suported format and MIME type found" in all common browsers.

Do I miss anything?

Thanks

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3 months 2 weeks ago #179103 by Fotis
M4V is a container format. Perhaps the actual video codec used is not browser-playback friendly...

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