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This file type may be blocked by your administrator. If you have administrative rights then you can enable it from Central Administration. This are called as Blocked File Types For this you can follow following steps : Open Central Administration Click Security tab In General Security click Define blocked file types On the Blocked File Types page, if you ...


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You can just create a Q&A list, tag Q&A item with specific video. So you can have more flexible with which Q&A goes with which video; one Q&A goes to two videos or vice versa. Steps: 1. create a Q&A list, add a custom slug column. 2. create a Content Search Web Part in the Video page template, write the query to search and match the URL ...


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First option, is to create a community site in Share Point and link the videos to your asset library by embedding it, this will give you a TRUE Q&A . Second option, depending if you organization is on Office 365, you can utilize Office 365 Video.You can create a channel per training course, in terms of Q&A this would be achieved by Yammer integration....


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You could instead utilize VideoSet.UploadVideo method, it creates a video set and uploads file Example var sourceFileName = @"d:\sample.mp4"; using (var targetCtx = GetContext(webUrl, username, password)) { var targetMediaList = targetCtx.Web.Lists.GetByTitle("Assets"); var targetFolder = targetMediaList.RootFolder; if (!targetMediaList....


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That is really annoying. I'm glad you pointed this out. I guess re-uploading a video using the Assets app is best so you get the Fullscreen option, but then it doesn't look like you get the variable quality options for lower bandwidth speed. No way to have both options.



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