There are many reasons why your video may look different once uploaded to Motvio. Here are some common causes: The most common culprit for color variation is your browser’s decoding technology. Try testing your video in different browsers. If the color of your video looks accurate in Safari, but not Firefox, you may be encountering ..
There are many factors that can cause an error to appear in the Motvio player. The following is a list of common player error messages that can appear in desktop and mobile browsers. “Sorry, Because of its privacy settings, this video cannot be played here” If you’re seeing this error in the player, the video ..
Is your video title or description not showing up correctly in a social media post? Don’t worry—here’s how to fix it! When you share a video link on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, information about your video is used to create a “preview” that includes the video thumbnail, title, and description. If you update your video ..
If you’ve successfully uploaded a video, but you’ve run into an issue before or during conversion, there may be a problem with your source file. Here are some common culprits: Corruption If your video is failing to convert, or unable to play for the entire duration, it’s likely that your source file contains corruption. Corruption ..
If you’re having trouble uploading videos to Motvio, following these steps may resolve your issue. Failed Uploads Most issues can be resolved by a simple do-over. If your video doesn’t upload completely, try again. If it fails on the second time, try some of the following steps: Use a different web browser, such as Chrome ..