If a user selects a video file from their gallery and I try to save a video file using
ParseFile file = new ParseFile(new File(videoUri.getPath()));,
file.getName() returns something like “video:1000034430” if the uri is “content://com.android.providers.media.documents/document/video%3A1000034430”.
When I try to save the file with
file.saveInBackground(...) I get the error “i/o failure” with a status code of 100.
Saving the same video using a byte array (
new ParseFile("myfilename.mp4", bytes)) works just fine but this can not be used for large videos (app crashes when it tries to allocate too much memory).
The Javadoc for
ParseFile(String name, byte data) says “The file name must begin with an alphanumeric character, and consist of alphanumeric characters, periods, spaces, underscores, or dashes” but when using a file Parse uses the file’s name (
Why is it not possible to set a custom filename when using a