How to increase maximum upload file size
The maximum upload file size is determined by your hosting provider, not a limit enforced by the WordPress plugin. To increase the limit, you need to update your php.ini file in your wp-admin folder to reflect the following:
post_max_size = 350M
max_execution_time = 360
max_input_time = 360
upload_max_filesize = 350M
(These settings will vary depending upon your server and content. You may need to contact your hosting company to make these changes.)
There’s also a WordPress plugin available that can help you make this change: https://wordpress.org/plugins/increase-upload-max-filesize/
If you’re using NGINX, you may need to update your nginx.conf file to reflect:
Also, if you’re running on WordPress Multi-site, you may need to make the following change if you’re running into issues:
Go to: Dashboard > Settings > Network Settings > Upload Settings > Max upload file size and make your adjustments there.
Finally, if you contact your hosting company, they may be able to do the following to resolve the issue:
To resolve the issue, we simply logged into our cPanel server, and under:
EasyApache (Apache Update)
Exhaustive Options List
Enable the “Zip” functions and build the new PHP profile.