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Video File Upload

Guys, what is the secret to upload a video file to a sharepoint list database using the Attatchments?

I tried to do PowerApps -> Sharepoint and did not work

But, uploading it via Sharepoint I was able to download it in PowerApps..

What is the limitation of PowerApps on this?

 

I needed to my users register entries and then upload a video...

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Super User
Super User

Re: Video File Upload

Hi,

 

Old thread, I know, just doing some housekeeping,

You can actually set that limit to a value other than 10 in the attachment settings within the DataCard in PowerApps,

 

Cheers,

Sancho




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Community Support Team
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Re: Video File Upload

Hi @Anonymous,

 

Are you using PowerApps in iOS to upload the videos? Currently, iOS devices can only upload files from documents and cloud storage accounts. To attach photos/videos, please use the web browser on your iOS device to run the app.

 

I just tested in desktop web browser, and I am able to upload videos with attachment control inside Form successfully. 

 

Regards,

Mona

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Anonymous
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Re: Video File Upload

Screenshot_20180824-071946.png

 

 

Hi @v-monli-msft, thanks for the reply.

I was trying to upload the video file from an Android Device using the powerapps.

I tried to upload from web browser and got a error for 10mb max limit, maybe this is the reason I was not able to upload because my video files was larger than 10mb...

I tried with a video lower than 10mb and got it working perfectly.

But in my case this will not be the best scenario because I am going to have videos larger than 10mb Smiley Sad

I will have to use another tool in this case Smiley Sad

 

*The screenshot is when I tried to upload a video larger than 10MB.

 

Super User
Super User

Re: Video File Upload

Hi,

 

Old thread, I know, just doing some housekeeping,

You can actually set that limit to a value other than 10 in the attachment settings within the DataCard in PowerApps,

 

Cheers,

Sancho




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TorreyFalconer
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Re: Video File Upload

@iAm_ManCat 

Are you suggesting that we are able to upload video files to Sharepoint from PowerApps now? Do you know anything about the progress of this feature?

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