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I don't have an iPhone so I don't have a definite answer, but in the past I've found that 'handbrake' software is pretty good for converting video. It may be able to convert .mov into something else that can be uploaded, if that is an issue.
In the screenshot above though, it looks like you've accidentally clicked on 'Insert Image' instead of 'Insert Video'. I sometimes do that too! The two icons are too close together, and requires some mental thinking always to distinguish one from the other : (
I wish the 'Insert Video' was elsewhere, or even within the '>>' menu, since often there is only a few videos in a blog, but there are many images usually. Anyway, maybe it's just us, and others don't confuse the two as much.
I was in fact loading a video as an image. When I used the load image everything worked great.
I am trying to upload a video (*.mov from my iPhone) to a blog entry. The file is 14.9 MB and the upload complains about the size of the file. I then attempted to edit the file on my phone with iMovie and two strange things happen, the file becomes larger (even though I cut the length) and the upload complains about the file.
The edited file is still a *.mov file, but it appears to have been changed (resolution or other settings) such that the file is not allowed.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.