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  1. Thanks for your response! I was watching it on Youtube. Evernote has never given me a problem like this before. I didn't take notes on the entire film at once; I took them in multiple chunks, so some of the other segments that were saved as separate notes are okay. Those files range from 9 MB to 16MB to 2 MB. Two segments (two separate notes) don't show screen captures. One is 69.2 KB; the other is 26 KB. I have a feeling that they're so much smaller because Evernote hasn't saved the images. They both display: "�EN_ATTACHMENT�." However, only one has synced with evernote web. When I try to sync the other note through the Mac App, I get "Synchronization Error Occurred." My network is operating properly, and as far as I know, I believe my computer is as well. Could I try anything else?
  2. Hi, I have an issue with my web clipper. I was using the web clipper to take notes on a film for a paper I'm writing. In addition to text, these notes also included a lot of screen captures that I made by pausing my film and pressing "Clip rectangle or window" to take a screenshot. All of the screen captures were displayed in the web clipper before I pressed "Save to Evernote." After saving my notes to evernote, I went to reread them on my evernote Mac App. None of the screen captures were displayed: "�en_attachment�" appeared in their place. The same thing happened on evernote.com: I couldn't view my images. When I clicked 'info' on my note, I realized its size was way over the alotted 4 MB (it is 26KB). Is there any way to get the data back? Can I still get my original note (the way it was before I pressed 'save')? I'd be willing to pay premium membership to access those screen captures. Thanks!
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