scott fritzinger 4 years ago I'm working with my own HTTP library and own Vimeo uploading code. Everything appears to be working as expected (responses signal everything went ok) with 2 exceptions: 1) verifyChunks is returning a error of 709: "Access to the chunk list failed" 2) The video doesn't not queue up for transcoding. On the video's page, I get an empty area where the video should be. Here is a log of what I'm seeing: 1) I use checkAccessToken to ensure the OAuth token is still valid. The authorization process completes as expected with success. 2) With a valid token, I make a call to getQuota. The response shows the valid quota constraints for the account. 3) I make a call to getTicket to get an upload ticket. It returns a valid endpoint and ticket id. 4) I open a connection to that upload endpoint and upload the file. I specify the "ticket_id" and "chunk_id". I use a value of zero for the chunk_id because I am uploading in one large chunk (test file is only 200k). The file is uploaded and the response from the server is just a single zero ("0"). I'm not sure what this signals (error or success). 5) I call verifyChunks to very the upload. This is where I encounter an error. I get error 709: "Access to the chunk list failed". 6) I call 'complete' to finish the upload process and get a valid video ID. 7) I call setTitle, setDescription, and addTags, all of which appear to return successfully (response is "ok"). 8) When I go to the video's 'page', it shows the title, description, and tags have all been set properly. The only thing is that there is nothing in the area where the video should be. It is the background color behind the player (no black background). At this point, I'm unsure of what might be going on. Is verifyChunks a required call in order to process the video? The call to 'complete' appears to be successful; I assume that triggers the transcoding(?). Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.