A fast connection to the Internet -- such as T1, DSL, or cable modem -- will greatly enhance your experience in viewing our rich media content. If your connection is slower - a 28 or 56k modem, for example - you will experience lower quality sound and video, this is due to the current limitations of the streaming media technology.
If you are running one of the following operating systems: Windows 95, Unix or a Mac, you may experience issues viewing and/or listening to the event.
You must have one of the following streaming media players and versions installed on your computer:
For Windows operating systems, you must have either Microsoft Internet Explorer 6+ or Firefox 1.5+. For the Mac operating systems, you must have Mozilla Firefox 1.0.4.
Browser Security Settings
Browser security settings must have ActiveX and Plug-ins enabled. Please follow the steps below.
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Streaming Media Ports
You need to have ports 554 and 1755 open. If your media player is configured for port 80 you still may receive streaming media. Firewalls and Proxy Servers If you are listening or viewing in your office, is there a firewall, proxy server, or other security system in place that blocks audio/video streams? Please contact your system administrator about possible blocks on streaming media.
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NOTE: To view the synchronized slide presentation using Microsoft's Windows Media, a setting must be confirmed within Microsoft's Windows Media Player. Please follow the steps below.