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7 hours ago, Clancy said:

Wouldn't load for me for some reason.

I was loaded when I posted.  That could be the problem. 


It could also be the video compressor I'm now using, but don't know very well.  I can't get anything out of it except .mov.  I find .mp4 to be more universally compatible.

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I went back and looked.  This is a plain vanilla mp3 audio file.  You could try right clicking and save it to local media.  It might work better, or at all.

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