CORAC National Zoom Session 1 (Video)

Posted on September 21, 2022

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  1. watkinscole

    Is the content of the zoom meeting supposed to be available for viewing?

    • MP

      Yes. It’s available to members. Simply log in to view it if you’re a member or become a member by Registering Now >

  2. CaCyr

    ok, how do I access the video? I’m a member and logged in, but it just keeps rerouting me to this page.

  3. Bvil

    Unable to play video. Logged in and no video appears. Get rerouted to page without the video.

    • MP

      Probably your browser. Try a different browser or make sure you’re logged in. You’re logged in if “Log Out” appears in the top right of the main menu of the page. Then go to this page:

      Sorry, I’ve logged in on 3 different devices and six different browsers and can’t duplicate your issue.

      • Bvil

        No go with use of different browsers and being logged in.

  4. Dinokremers

    I am logged in as my log out prompt appears in the upper right and I still can’t view the video. I don’t get the little play button on my screen like your screenshot has. I’m on an iOS is that the problem?

    • MP

      Using iOS on multiple devices with no problem. Not sure of your configuration so best way is to contact Otherwise, simply use a different device to view.

  5. Dinokremers

    Whatever you did it worked? Thanx

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