I have tried to see it in both Safari and Chrome. I'm using MAC OSX 10.6.8 and Chrome 21.0.1180.82. I also tried to view my new profile in Safari to double check and I couldn't see the images there, either. I have not seen an image on either video except on the hubs themselves. I have attached an image which will show you how these images look whenever they are viewed outside the hub as featured hubs, Facebook likes, etc. They are the last two I published and the other video hub images are showing.
The links to the two hubs, since they aren't clear here, are
http://wannabwriter.hubpages.com/video/ … st-Regimes
http://wannabwriter.hubpages.com/video/ … California
Since I'm hoping to publish more videos soon, I'm hoping this problem can be resolved.
Thanks for bringing this to our attention.
It looks like we had some issues generating thumbnail images for videos the last couple days.
I have sent this to our engineering team so it can be addressed.
In the meantime, you should be able to edit the video capsule in your Hub and select a different thumbnail to use and that should fix the problem.
I also think we are working on a fix to go back and address those videos affected by the temporary problem, but I am not sure of the timeframe for that fix.
This should now be resolved for all affected videos.
We ran a fix that recreated the affected thumbnail images for any video that was missing one.
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