For Video Player's best performance, use Windows 2000 or above, Microsoft's IE 5.0 or above and Windows Media Player 9.
The Video Player is supported on a variety of operating systems.Windows XP Professional
If you use a Mac, please see the Troubleshooting Tips for Mac Users.
You need to have Internet Explorer 5.0 and above to use the Video Player.
This Video Player is not supported by the following browsers:
To download the newest version of Internet Explorer, click here.
To download the newest version of Netscape, click here.
You need to have Windows Media Player 7.1 or above to use the Video Player.
This Video Player does not support Windows Media Player 6.4. Also, QuickTime and Real Player are not supported.
* Please Note: Windows Media Player 8 contains a known bug that will cause audio to begin playing before the video does. If you see this happening, we recommend that you upgrade to Windows Media Player 9.
To download the newest Window Media Player, click here.
Not at this time. To download the newest Window Media Player, click here.
Cookies must be enabled to watch video. If your cookies are not enabled, the video player will launch but nothing will happen.
Sometimes, a streaming media advertisement will play before the video.
No, you cannot skip the streaming advertisement.
The videos that you are watching are sent, or streamed, to your computer over the Internet. The speed at which these files can be streamed varies depending on your computer's "bandwidth". In other words, if you have a high bandwidth connection (i.e. cable, DSL, T1/LAN connection), your computer can receive streaming video at a higher speed than a user with low bandwidth (i.e. modem / ISDN) connection. This also means that a user with high bandwidth can receive larger, better quality video stream. On the other hand, a user with a lower bandwidth may receive the video as a slide show or choppy if they cannot receive the full video stream.
You can also check your video card settings. Set the number of colors higher than 256k colors.
Finally, you may be experiencing problems due to bandwidth congestion. If the problem persists, we also recommend checking back at a time when your Internet service provider may experience less congestion to see if there is an improvement.
Hit the ESC key.
The bottom of the Video Player may appear cutoff if your computer's screen resolution is set to 800x600 pixels or less.
If you are unable to watch video in the Video Player:
To be able to hear the audio on videos, you must have a working sound card and your computer speakers turned on with the volume set at an appropriate level.
If you still receive video without audio:
If a codec error appears when you attempt to watch video, you may be experiencing an issue downloading the necessary codecs needed to view video. You can remedy the issue by manually downloading and installing them. For more information and to download codecs, click here
Updating your sound card's driver might take care of this problem. If you need assistance with getting the latest version of your sound card driver, contact the card manufacturer.
The videos that you are watching are sent, or streamed, to your computer over the Internet. The speed at which these files can be streamed varies depending on your computer's "bandwidth". In other words, if you have a high bandwidth connection (i.e. cable, DSL, T1/LAN connection), your computer can receive streaming video at a higher speed than a user with low bandwidth (i.e. modem / ISDN) connection.
The video on this site is streamed at 3 different rates to allow for the best quality for your bandwidth.click here.
To disable the UDP protocol, follow these steps in the Windows Media Player:
For Windows Media Player version 7.0 and later:
For Windows Media Player version 6.4:
See Answer 17 above.
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