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Author Topic: 5126 USB YF reading a list, OM responding 08:37 UTC 1-7-19  (Read 1123 times)

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5126 USB YF reading a list, OM responding 08:37 UTC 1-7-19
« on: January 07, 2019, 0935 UTC »
Possibly Russian. I made a recording. How does anyone suggest I present the recording as I am new to this website? The recording is 3.1MB. :)

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Re: 5126 USB YF reading a list, OM responding 08:37 UTC 1-7-19
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2019, 1513 UTC »
Probably upload it to a file sharing site and then post the link here. Or if you can upload it as a youtube video, that works too.
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Re: 5126 USB YF reading a list, OM responding 08:37 UTC 1-7-19
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2019, 1919 UTC »
I second the YouTube recommendation, as that reaches a wider audience anyway.  Improved chances of getting a translation, especially if its not a somewhat common language.
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Re: 5126 USB YF reading a list, OM responding 08:37 UTC 1-7-19
« Reply #3 on: January 07, 2019, 1921 UTC »
Thank you for your responses. I'll post a link.

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Re: 5126 USB YF reading a list, OM responding 08:37 UTC 1-7-19
« Reply #4 on: January 07, 2019, 2016 UTC »
https://www.dropbox.com/s/9fmjku7gv1nryd3/websdr_recording_start_2019-01-07T08_37_23Z_5126.0kHz.wav?dl=0

Sorry, I spent half an hour trying to figure out how to load to YouTube, gack.

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Re: 5126 USB YF reading a list, OM responding 08:37 UTC 1-7-19
« Reply #5 on: January 07, 2019, 2325 UTC »
Ok I made a video out of the audio file and uploaded to YouTube. But there is no way to copy there link to the posted video. I have tried several ways to copy the link. How do folk's provide a URL for a video posted at YouTube?

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Re: 5126 USB YF reading a list, OM responding 08:37 UTC 1-7-19
« Reply #6 on: January 07, 2019, 2337 UTC »
Ok I made a video out of the audio file and uploaded to YouTube. But there is no way to copy there link to the posted video. I have tried several ways to copy the link. How do folk's provide a URL for a video posted at YouTube?

The dropbox links works well, and thanks for posting. I can't speak Russian or any other Slavic language, so what that's about I can't say. But it's interesting.

Anyway, as far as youtube goes, when you upload it will usually take a while to be fully processed by Youtube. After you hit the "PUBLISH" button and after it finishes processing, you should see a screen like the one in the image below. I post things to youtube all the time, and this is just one example. As you can see, there's a hyperlink in the box which you can copy and then paste into your comment.

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