Implementing Video in Inquisit Web (6.6.1)


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Hey all!
We are trying to conduct a study in which participants are shown a video instruction before participating the study. I tried to implement the video in Inquisit Web with a script that runs in the lab version. However, the video seems not load in inquisit web and I get an error message ("Unable to open file 'https://scripts.millisecond.eu/elkehoffmann/videotest_testing_effect_greving/Anfang_Standard+aLT.mov'. Error transferring: 403").

One test version of the experiment is hosted here: https://mili2nd.eu/wagc

Is the video too large for Inquisit Web? Is it a browser issue?

Thanks in advance!

P.S.: with the error message there are some weird prompts asking whether a script ("connect.facebook.net/enfbevents.js") should kept running. If any of you knows something about that as well, I would be very thankful...


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a.wertgen - 5/3/2024
Hey all!
We are trying to conduct a study in which participants are shown a video instruction before participating the study. I tried to implement the video in Inquisit Web with a script that runs in the lab version. However, the video seems not load in inquisit web and I get an error message ("Unable to open file 'https://scripts.millisecond.eu/elkehoffmann/videotest_testing_effect_greving/Anfang_Standard+aLT.mov'. Error transferring: 403").

One test version of the experiment is hosted here: https://mili2nd.eu/wagc

Is the video too large for Inquisit Web? Is it a browser issue?

Thanks in advance!

P.S.: with the error message there are some weird prompts asking whether a script ("connect.facebook.net/enfbevents.js") should kept running. If any of you knows something about that as well, I would be very thankful...


You need to get rid of the "+" in the video's file name. Special characters like "+" or "?" and others have special functions in URLs, so using them in a file name will break the download URL. When it comes to file names, stick to (ideally lowercase) letters, digits, and underscores to always be on the safe side.

Edited 2 Weeks Ago by Dave
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