Palace Support Tech Tip
“Video inspections are in the “Queue” area as failed/errored and are not uploading. Why are they not uploading?”
Video inspections upload to directly to YouTube from the inspection app. When they have successfully uploaded the inspection moves to the “Uploaded” area where it is stored for a limited time (14 days).
If an inspection fails to upload it could be related to the broadband connection that is being used. If uploading on a wireless connection the upload must be uninterrupted until it is complete. If the wireless connection drops or switches to the mobile connection the upload will be stopped and would need to be restarted. If this were to happen this would cause a queue in the YouTube channel and it would be processed twice.
If this were to happen several times, it may be considered as spamming and YouTube may put a hold on this upload.
Uploading videos to YouTube is free, however, uploading videos that are 15 minutes and longer means that the YouTube channel would need to be verified. This is a free service where you enter your cell number on the website, a code is sent to you to be entered on the site.
YouTube channels that are not verified will affect the successful upload of long video inspections. The following article explains more about verifying your channel – How to Upload Long Video Inspections.
If you are new to video inspections please see the following webinar which takes you through this area – Mobile Inspection App – (Pink) Video Inspections
And if there are issues with uploading video (and photo) inspections please see the following article with tips and tricks – My inspection is not uploading
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