Most were between 40 - 500mb. I recieved a responce back via email that let me know of the 50mb limit. Unfortunately for me thats not sufficient to allow the viewer to pause a presentation and view the text in historical documents. Its fine for very small clips but many of mine are 10-15min DVD quality segments. I do have family members that had similar issues that told me their clips were less then 10mb each. I have had some errors even on small files <50mb but the frequency is far less and I prefer not to have everything uploaded in that low of a quality. I will experiment with some of the Divix codecs and see if I can find one that will maximize quality vs file size ratio.
I have 2 trees I'm not sure why but most of the names are on each tree. The problem is that not one trees has all the info. One tree has all the info of some of the people and the other has the other half of the info. I've put alot of pictures on and some are on each tree. but not on both. I have emailed My Heritage a long time ago and have not gotten any reply back from them. I tried deleting some from one of the trees trying to make just the one tree but I have several thousand names. I'd be at that for EVER!!!
Both the trees that I want to merge are already in my heritage. I have no idea how it got split up but I want to merge them together. I've already got alot of pictures and documents. I don't want to delete the trees and start over, because then I will lose everything I've already done.
The link you provide is for FTB. The question is about Family Site. Saying it twice does not make it any clearer. Reading the link twice does not answer the question.
As far as I can tell, you cannot merge the two automatically without loosing all of your pictures and documents. You would have to re-enter all of the information from one into the other. You can merge the gedcom files if you have FTB and then re-load then re-do the photos etc.
Why do some photos uploaded to the online album turn out black? I uploaded them from my local drive. They are jpgs of various sizes. I even uploded them one at a time. I tried uploading them a few times with the same result.
I have come across a relation in my tree, where the respective siblings of a married couple are also married.
For instance: Person A is married to B. C is the sister of A. D is the brother of B. C and D are also married. In my family tree. I've added the first marriage, and their respective siblings, but I haven't been able to figure out how to connect the two (C and D) in marriage. It seems to me that the only way to add a marriage connection is through the "add a partner"-button, which adds an entire new person.
How do I go about to achieve this mapping? Is it only possible in the downloadable software? Going back just a few generations, constellations like these are not entirely uncommon, so I hope there's a solution to building trees like this.
I understand very well your problem 'cause I've got the same thing in my family. I think you cannot do it on myHeritage, but you can do it very easily in Family Tree builder (get it free from my heritage).. So you 're working with GEDCOM files, After that, you send it again in myHeritage and your problem is solved! I know it's complicated..
Hi, any news on when this functionality will be available on the online Family Site?
I know that it is available with FTB, but one of the main reason I use the Family Site instead is the concept of community and that several members of our family can add new people and update the information. I would lose all that if I "go back" to FTB installed in a PC with just one administrator.
I had a family tree for my family, Edmons. I joined my daughters tree, Coon, and now I cannot view or see my Edmons tree. When I log in it says welcome to the Coon tree, and it says my daughter is the site administrator. What happened with my tree the Edmons one that I was the site administorator for and how do I get it back?
I even cleared cookies from my computer, and tried the button to view the different trees and only the Coon one is showing. I had alot of work put into my tree.