IPFS video upload - 400MB - size?

I’m getting this error when I try to upload a 500MB video. Same code works fine with a smaller one (35MB).

On IFPS session of Moralis.io it´s said the limit is 1GB per file. Is that correct?

The error message is this:

moralis.js:28263 Uncaught (in promise) Error: Invalid file upload.
at handleError (moralis.js:25632)

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This is the log in the dashboard area:

  1. 2021-12-25T00:56:30.413Z - Parse error:

and the code inside the function:

Moralis.initialize(this.appID);

    Moralis.serverURL = this.server;

    const file_input = document.getElementById('file');

    const data = file_input.files[0];

    const file = new Moralis.File('video8.mp4', data);

    await file.saveIPFS();

    console.log(file.hash());

    console.log(file.ipfs());

The limit is of 1GB when uploading to IPFS.

I could try to test with a file of 400MB

You also have latest Moralis server version?

VM6:1 POST https://adhpw3nnfjad.usemoralis.com:2053/server/files/video8.mp4 400
(anonymous) @ VM6:1
dispatch @ moralis.js:25496
ajax @ moralis.js:25503
(anonymous) @ moralis.js:25610
Promise.then (async)
request @ moralis.js:25604
saveBase64 @ moralis.js:13394
(anonymous) @ moralis.js:13348
tryCatch @ moralis.js:41120
invoke @ moralis.js:41351
(anonymous) @ moralis.js:41176
asyncGeneratorStep @ moralis.js:28195
_next @ moralis.js:28217
Promise.then (async)
asyncGeneratorStep @ moralis.js:28205
_next @ moralis.js:28217
(anonymous) @ moralis.js:28224
Wrapper @ moralis.js:32713
(anonymous) @ moralis.js:28213
(anonymous) @ moralis.js:13362
value @ moralis.js:12975
value @ moralis.js:13027
enviar @ Login.vue?013f:48
conectar @ Login.vue?013f:31
await in conectar (async)
onClick._cache.._cache. @ Login.vue?013f:4
callWithErrorHandling @ runtime-core.esm-bundler.js?9e79:6737
callWithAsyncErrorHandling @ runtime-core.esm-bundler.js?9e79:6746
invoker @ runtime-dom.esm-bundler.js?8886:357
moralis.js:28263 Uncaught (in promise) Error: Invalid file upload.
at handleError (moralis.js:25632)

I’ve just updated to version 0.0.314, but still getting this

it looks like 100MB doesn’t work for me either now, I get timeout

it works fine with 100MB, I didn’t test it right initially

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with 300MB it looks like it doesn’t work, can you test directly from cloud code?

https://docs.moralis.io/moralis-server/cloud-code/cloud-functions#ipfs

Okay, I’m not able to test right now, but I will and let you know. Tks so much. Anyway, I’ll have to make sure what the limit really is, to avoid my users to get stucked uploading…

Let’s hope it’s just a server Chrismas’ break and wait for Ivan Santa Claus gifts…

I tried to call the cloud function and give an url param like this:

const result = await Moralis.Cloud.toIpfs({

    sourceType: "url",

    source:

      "https://drive.google.com/file/d/1B-XBWdgIkXXjZ6fxjLxGHFCT6c80kb_z/view?usp=sharing",

  });

But I got:
TypeError: Moralis.Cloud.toIpfs is not a function

Otherwise, if I call: const result = await Moralis.Cloud.run(“toIpfs”,{ params})
I get:
Error: Invalid function: “toIpfs”

Am I missing anything?

Besides, what I would like to do is to allow the user to upload a local video (mp4) from his/her machine direct to IPFS. As there is not a sourceType related to this kind of format, what should I do? Do I have to encode the video before? Or upload to any other host and from there send by url?

you could convert it to base64 and then send it, but you’ll have to test it how it works with big sizes, or upload it to any other host and from there send by url

I tested now with this code and it works fine for me:


Moralis.Cloud.define("try_ipfs", async (request) => {
const result = await Moralis.Cloud.toIpfs({
  sourceType: "url",
  source: "https://moralis.io/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Moralis-Glass-Favicon.svg",
});
return result;
})

@matt_dev, I tested meanwhile with an upgraded server and it worked fine with a 300MB file

Great!

The coudFunction worked, but google and dropbox seem to block the url for download.
I will try to upload somewhere else and try from there.

Did you make it from an url?

I did it directly from Moralis SDK with 300MB

uploading from your local machine?

yes, from my local machine, but I used an upgraded server when it worked with 300MB

which version did you use?