- Possibility to upload multiple files via the tweet field is temporarily deactivated, as it seems to cause problems with iOS7 and Safari but oddly not iOS6 (files seem empty). We'll leave this deactivated until we know how to make all devices support it.
- Note that uploading multiple files works fine if you use e-mail, provided the total message is not too large for being transferred to Twitizer.
We've had some nasty and hard to track down problems with uploading videos lately.
Too long titlesWe just discovered that the title of a video can only be up to 100 characters long, and YouTube simply refuses to handle a video if the title is too long. If it is longer than that it will now be cut before uploading, and the whole title will be put in the video description instead. That way information is retained and video uploads succeed.
Empty filesThere remains a problem with uploading large files (it doesn't have to be a video, but probably is) via the tweet field. Files sometimes are not uploaded properly and become 0 in size, which obviously is not right and YouTube will again report an error if attempting upload. We will continue to look at this issue. It can be dependent on browser used, as this started to occur after multiple file uploading was introduced.
We'll keep you posted.