Today we are going to show you how to solve the most common YouTube errors. YouTube is the world’s most popular video streaming platform thanks to its convenient features for both content creators and consumers.
However, like in all platforms, you might encounter some errors due to several reasons. We’re going to review those issues today.
How to solve the most common YouTube errors?
From Google’s support page they point out the following situations:
We have encountered unexpected problems
In this case, you should wait a few minutes and then upload the video again.
The server has rejected the file
This error message appears when you upload files in incorrect formats. Make sure you use compatible file types.
An error has occurred while sending data over the network
This error message appears when you need to update your browser to the latest version. Here are some browsers we recommend for uploading videos: Google Chrome, Firefox 4 or later versions, Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge with Silverlight enabled. Once you update your browser, try uploading the video again.
Your channel status or account settings currently don’t support uploads
This error message may appear in the following situations:
- If your channel has a fault for non-compliance with the Community Guidelines.
- If the administrator enabled restricted mode on your Google Workspace account.
An error occurred while applying security information
This error message appears when you have unusual security settings in your browser. It is likely to be from an anti-spyware, firewall, anti-virus, or other related software. We recommend you temporarily disable the security software and try uploading the video again.
Rejected (file too small)
This error message appears if you try to upload a file with a size of less than 2 KB. Make sure the video file is at least 2 KB and then try uploading again.
The user has exceeded the number of videos they may upload
To make sure YouTube is a safe place, the company limits the number of videos a channel can upload in a 24-hour period. If the error is displayed during a video upload, please try again after 24 hours.