170 STREAMING MEDIA INDUSTRY SOURCEBOOK 2018
clicking through to the Source Type, I see that the
Ogg video caused all five errors, likely signaling some
availability issue with the Ogg-encoded version of this
video. Armed with this information, it should be rela-
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Details regarding this video view
The system logged an error with data that allowed further diagnosis of the problem.
Hmmm. Looks like some problem with the Ogg-encoded video.
This experience was obviously a very poor one.
On the trail of what went wrong on Dec. 2