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    Griff,
    Have you checked to make sure that the exec function is activated via your Site Manager and the PHP version you are useing? That was the problem Mr.Lucky had.
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    Yup it is already enabled. The site pulls up fine but just won't encode correctly.

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    Mencoder wasn't installed on Griff's VPS. I got it installed, gonna have him run some tests to see if that fixes it for him.
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    Maybe this isn't the right place but I have also for a long time a problem with a youtube variant.
    I have install Vbtube and thanks Dattas all the needed tools are installed.
    But stil it isn't possible to upload video's.
    I have see that there will be not install a flv movie in the directory.
    All settings more than thousand times check but I'am for a long time stuck on the isue.
    Is this maybe also some setting what not will create the flv movie???

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    What version of Vbtube are you using? If you happen to be useing the BR2, BR3 or Lite version then .flv conversion is not available according to their documentation. Have you checked Max Execution Time minimum 900 and Max Post Size minimum 50M in your php.ini?
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    I have the VbtubePro version (incl video upload) and the settings in the php.ini file are done.

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    Also ask support on Vbtube site.
    This is the answer:

    Ok i found the Problem. Your Server Settings allow not to move a File to a Directory. The uploaded Files are in /tmp Folder. Don't know wich Setting is causing this.

    Maybe someone here know a solution for this problem?

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    Did they tell you what directory the videos should be moved to? The only thing on a WestHost account that would stop this from happening is if you had the permissions set wrong for that directory. If you know that directory set the permissions to 666 or 755.
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    I have done that, but maybe I have some settings wrong.
    I need some explanation.
    This are requirements for video opload:
    1. FFMPEG
    2. php exec Command enabled
    3. php Max Execution Time minimum 900 - depends on how many Megabytes you allowed your users to upload
    4. php Max Post Size minimum 50M - depends on how many Megabytes you want to allow users to upload.


    1 and 3 are done.
    But I can't find in the php.ini the php exec command.
    Do they mean the safe mode?
    Also I can't find Max Post Size minimum in the php.ini.
    Any idea where this seetings are or how I can included this settings in the php.ini file?

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    Around line 209 look for disable_functions. Make sure that exec is not in that variable. This can also be checked via the Site Manager by clicking on the info icon of the version of PHP that you have installed. Click through the pages of the pop up to see what is enabled and what is not.

    Around line 398 look for post_max_size by default it is set to 8M.
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