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i can't seem to find out why a tag would be rendering the wrong url.

the problem is that {webm} should be rendering to http://www.hallmarklighting.com/video/hallmarkYT.webm with the /video/ not as http://www.hallmarklighting.com/hallmarkYT.webm which it's currently doing.

the channel field is set to file and the directory is set to grab the video from the folder video

let me know if there is anymore relevant info needed.

EE markup:

                <div class="lb-content"><!-- main content of lightbox -->
                    <video width="640" height="480" poster="{poster}" preload="metadata" controls>
                            <source src="{mov}" type="video/mov" />
                            <source src="{mp4}" type="video/mp4" />
                            <source src="{webm}" type="video/webm" />
                            You're browser seems to be out of date as it doesn't support Video, visit <a href="{alternative_link}" target="_blank">youtube.com/{title}</a> to watch this video.
                    </video>                                
                </div><!-- end content -->

what's being rendered:

<div class="lb-content"><!-- main content of lightbox -->
    <video width="640" height="480" poster="http://www.hallmarkcollective.com/images/uploads/hallmarkIntro.jpg" preload="metadata" controls>
        <source src="http://www.hallmarklighting.com/hallmarkYT.mov" type="video/mov" />
        <source src="http://www.hallmarklighting.com/hallmarkYT.mp4" type="video/mp4" />
        <source src="http://www.hallmarklighting.com/hallmarkYT.webm" type="video/webm" />
        You're browser seems to be out of date as it doesn't support Video, visit <a href="http://youtu.be/E6S9vadARk0" target="_blank">youtube.com/Introducing Hallmark Lighting</a> to watch this video.
    </video>                                
</div><!-- end content -->

thank you.

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It looks like the URL of the upload directory is set wrong.

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