There are three main reasons why Video Krakken will not create new post for you.
1) Check you are using the latest version - we recommend you login to the download area and download from there, just to be sure :)
2) Make sure you have changed the default settings to something greater than 1
Please see How do I install Video Krakken and follow all of the instructions.
3) Video Krakken uses a server service called 'Cron' which manages timed events.
The cron service is called from within Wordpress by a WP function called WP-Cron.
Video Krakken requires that you have visitors to your site to activate the WP cron task.
Without visitors there is no way for Video Krakken to activate the cron which runs the queries you have added.
The cron solution:
A good way to remotely execute the required cron task is to use the service provided by https://www.setcronjob.com/
The page you need to trigger once an hour (once you have corrected your settings, if neeed) is http://www.example.com/wp-cron.php
(change example.com to your domain name)
The standard Video Krakken only runs 1 wp-cron at a time, with the gap determined by the length of time set by that query. It is one of the things that sets the unlimited Video Krakken apart from the standard Video Krakken and is a fundamental difference in the way they are programmed.
So with the standard Video Krakken, if you have 3 queries with query 1 48 hours, query 2 24 hours and query 3 12 hours, it will randomly choose one of them and wait that length of time before posting (plus or minus the 20% humanization time if set). It might look like this:
Wait 12 hours
Wait 24 hours
Wait 12 hours
Wait 48 hours
and so on. This might give the impression that it is autoposting at random or if you set a really long delay like 10 days, it might appear to not work, when it is in fact working.