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The plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/buddypress-media/ (now known as rtMedia) will also provide you with uploading of media files on the activity stream.
I just checked your issue in BuddyPress Media version 2.15.3 and there’s no such error. Can you tell us in which version you are having this problem?
I tested it on this site: http://buddypress.aws.gagan.pro (my BuddyPress test site)
@jamie771 : If you are talking about https://wordpress.org/plugins/buddypress-media, the mobile upload functionality is about to be completely changed. The problem you are facing is because of the plupload library that is being used in BuddyPress Media. In version 2.17 (Roadmap), there will be fallback uploader as well which will work with all mobile devices as well.
@a-swede-in-greece : it seems like you’ve already uploaded media files on your site using this plugin. This plugin basically adds the feature to upload multimedia files for users on BuddyPress enabled sites. Still if you need to know anything else about this plugin, you can ask us anytime.
@foxly , Sorry to the delayed reply, but I got stuck in the project too much. Thanks for reviewing the code. Now it supports uploading of all kinds of media files. Though it will need a good server to for file conversion (http://rtcamp.com/news/buddypress-media-21-released-addons/).
Also we’re going to give the Kaltura support again as an addon, only this time we’ll be using it for conversion only.
@foxly: Current version of BuddyPress Media Component is not using Kaltura, instead wordpress hosting is being used for storing the media files.
@maurice-wingfield: Well about the MP4 not being uploaded, I guess the latest update has fixed that problem, do give it a try and upload a few MP4 files having H.264 codec. Also about not being able to use the images anywhere else, try the way I’ve explained here
Even transcoding support is being added to the BuddyPress Media Component plugin which will let users upload any video format and then it will be converted to H.264 codec MP4 container with AAC or MP3 audio(we’re still testing for optimal output)