Any video gurus out there that can help me uploading 16:9 format video to my hubs. I can't access YouTube (in Thailand - I thought they turned it on again, but it's not working.) and Google Video will not upload the format. Does anyone know of how I might get around this without squeezing my clips to fit the standard 4:3 format?
by Kitty Fields 6 years ago
by Kimberly Schimmel 5 years ago
I tried to upload pictures for a new hub, but got a white box with an "X" instead of my pictures. I haven't had this problem before. Anyone else have problems on New Year's Day?
by sherwinboy 10 years ago
I need to upload some videos onto youtube so I can upload them on to hubpages. I downloaded the multi-uploader widget thingy, but it wont let me upload these videos
by dipless 6 years ago
Whenever I try and put an image into a hub from the internet it is leaving the bottom area grey, is there a known bug or issue at the moment, only noticed this after I published a hub :s oooops!
by Anish Patel 6 years ago
Is anyone else having problems uploading pictures on hubpages?
by writerlady 10 years ago
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