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1 year 8 months 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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1 year 7 months ago #177623 by JoomlaWorks
Replied by JoomlaWorks on topic No video with suported format and MIME type found
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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1 year 2 months 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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1 year 2 months ago #179103 by JoomlaWorks
Replied by JoomlaWorks on topic No video with suported format and MIME type found
M4V is a container format. Perhaps the actual video codec used is not browser-playback friendly...

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