I was curious about that too, so I looked into it. What you did is get the "gif" URL and put it in to the image console here. However, there's some funkyness at play: The .gif extension on that Reddit page is a red herring. It's not a link to a static media file (like how a CDN stores all those meme images), instead it's a dynamically rendered page that can serve multiple media. The headers for this "gif" instead tell the browser that it's an mp4 file. And when Reddit embeds the video, they do it with the HTML5 `video` tag. In contrast, the image console in our editor can only create an HTML `img` tag. So, basically, we inadvertently told the browser to try and read video bitcode but render it as an image, which it doesn't know how to do.