I want to show vertical videos on my platform instead of the horizontal one and for the same, I am trying to change the ratio via changing in settings as below:
rtMedia >> Settings >> media Sizes >> Media Size Settings >> Videos >> ActivityPlayer and SinglePlayer
but there is no effect. Please let me know how to do the changes. \
We tried to reproduce the issue at our end and on changing the media sizes from Media Size settings both Single Player and Activity Player the video sizes are getting changed accordingly.
Can you please try with default WordPress theme once? If you still face issue share visual for same.
Did you check the screenshots which I shared with you?
Yes checked the screenshots and we are debugging the issue.
We will get back to you soon.
Hi @pooja1210, Hope to hear from you soon.
Is there any update?
We tried to debug the issue but we are not able to replicate the issue you are facing.
Do you want me to share my stagging site access with you?
If Yes, Let me know where to send the access as I can not share the access here.
Please let me know if you have any update on this.
We logged-in to your site and checked that the media sizes are not changing because of the Beehive theme.
The theme is causing the conflict. We checked with default WordPress theme and its working as expected.
Can you please check the same? If the theme is causing the conflict then you might need to contact the theme author.
I hope you understand.
We have added follow-up for same on the ticket created on http://rtmedia.io/support portal as well.
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