Now, this is weird: On Friday, I produced a brief video outlining the Nunes memo for SkyWatchTV. A couple dozen people reported that the audio was garbled and unintelligible. Thing is, I went back and watched the video on half a dozen different devices — desktop, laptop, tablet, phone — and it played fine every time.
It even played perfectly on my ancient Toshiba tablet running Android 3.1.
This afternoon, a viewer sent me a 10-second clip from the video to show me what all those people were talking about.
It plays just fine.
He just sent me an audio sample extracted from the video to demonstrate the audio problem.
It, too, plays just fine.
There is probably a simple, technical reason, but for the life of me, I have no idea what it is.
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