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ogg video file nor webm file will load on my site. I have no problem with other browsers

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I have created a test page on the back end of my web site with the following code:

< video width="228" height="556" controls autoplay loop="loop"onclick="if (navigator.userAgent.indexOf('Android') != -1);">
 < source src="assets/flash/GetQuietDemo_3.m4v"  type="video/mp4" />
    < source src="assets/flash/GetQuietDemo_3.webm"  type="video/webm" />
 < source src="assets/flash/GetQuietDemo.ogv"  type="video/ogg" />
   < source src="assets/flash/GetQuietDemo.ogv" />
 < object width="228" height="556" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="assets/flash/getQuietDemo_v2.swf">
  < param name="movie" value="assets/flash/getQuietDemo_v2.swf" />
  < param name="flashvars" value="autostart=true&amp;controlbar=over&amp;image=assets/images/getQuietDemo_v2.JPG&amp;file= assets/flash/GetQuietDemo_3.m4v" />

This works on Safari, Chrome, but now Firefox

Modified by cor-el

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Thank you. It turned out to be with the extension naming convention. Firefogg spits out files with the ovg extension and it did not load. When I re-converted with the extension ogg, it worked fine. You may want to explore this.