For some reason when I try to make a new project with a video a blank screen comes up.
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2) Can you provide some screenshots/screen recordings of the issue you encountered?
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1) Try reinstalling the app.
2) Signing out of the app, and then signing back in.
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Hi Ameri5C71, thanks for the screen recording. Are you having this issue with all the videos or just this one? In the meantime, while we are troubleshooting, could you try downloading the Adobe Spark Video app from iOS App Store and use it to create your video projects.
It pretty much happens to all videos and the adobe spark video does the same thing.
If some one can call to help I would appreciate that
Hi Ameri5C71, thanks for your patience. Could you send me a private message with your adobe id (e-mail)?
So - here is more detail on the problem. Hopefully, someone can help or maybe someone has had the same problem.
I am trying to upload my videos directly from my iPhone, however, some videos upload and some don't. I've only noticed that the video format on iPhone are Quicktime videos in MOV files. I'm not sure if size plays a part in it but I've noticed that it works with a 8MB size file but the video that didn't work is 244 MB didn't work.
So far Adobe has told me to send the videos to my computer, convert them using a encoder, send them back to my phone, then upload in CC Express.
This is not an express option at all, it's actually longer. Does anyone have any solutions working with iPhone videos and CC Express - I would greatly appreciate it.
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Sorry about this. Are you receving an error with the larger files? Or just the white screen? I am not sure about the file size limit thing. CC Express would be for very short form video, so it does make some sense. About the conversion that support is already asking you to do, what format are they referring to and is Media Encoder doing the job, or did they mention something like "Handbrake." If the latter, the issue may be related to variable frame rate video, which is often shot by mobile phones. Yes, this is an inconvenient measure to deal with this issue, if that is the case.
That said, why would short videos work then? Perhaps it's something else? I know it takes a long while to upload something like larger 4K video files and I am wagering that the files can work if you give them enough time and/or a faster internet connection. My advice would be to shoot in HD only and in short bursts, rather than longer clips. The "express" concept should work a lot better. Do you have an iPhone? I set the Camera Settings to shot video that is "Most Compatible" and I think that helps my mobile video workflow.
For longer form videos, I use Rush. Maybe you have that as part of your package? Hope so. Even in Rush, it does take some time for all the files to sync up. Come back with any questions and I hope I can help. Otherwise, file the issue here, if you don't mind and we can help you upvote the bug: https://creativecloudexpress.uservoice.com/forums/329007-creative-cloud-express-feature-suggestion