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Another example of the problem of steaming audio pitch being shifted to an extremely low frequency from a completely different web source than my previous post. (I actually found several streaming sites that did this.)

Solution: The user agent in my browser had been changed to identify it as Win 7, Chrome. My browser is actually FireFox, Linux. (I had changed it in an attempt to get a misbehaving website to work and forgot to change it back.) The sites probably assumed I was using a different player or they used an incorrect audio codec.


(posted as plain text toot with attached image)

video controls:
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<source src="video.qoto.org/videos/embed/bf" type="video/ogg">
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iframe embed:
<iframe width="560" height="315" sandbox="allow-same-origin allow-scripts" src="video.qoto.org/videos/embed/bf" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

naked video url:
video.qoto.org/videos/watch/bf

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