Video Playback

How to Stream Videos

For optimal streaming, we recommend using our video player to stream content from our site. To stream, simply click the “Play Now” button for the specific scene you wish to view.

You may also stream from specific points of a scene by hovering your mouse over a scene screen shot and selecting “Start Here.”

Members with good high speed connections may stream our WMV and H.264 content. To do so, simply left click the button of your desired WMV or H.264 resolution.

Choppy Streaming?

Members with slower internet connections can experience choppy and laggy streaming due to the large file sizes of our content. We recommend pausing the video for 10-30 seconds to allow the video to buffer.

Members can toggle between High and Low resolution on our player by pressing the “HQ” button on the player’s control panel. Switching to a lower resolution will improve video playback.

Unable to Stream?

Please make sure you have the most recent version of Adobe Flash Player installed. You can download Adobe Flash at the following link: click here.

How To Playback Downloaded Videos

Members are able to playback our video files using the media player of their choosing as long as the player is capable of playing WMV or H.264 file formats.

Most PCs have Windows Media Player as their default media player; this player is capable of playing our WMV content. If you are experiencing difficulty playing WMV files on Window Media Player, please make sure you have the most recent version of the player installed. You can download Windows Media Player at the following link: click here.

VLC player is a free open-source media player that we recommend which is capable of playing back our content. VLC player can be downloaded at the following link: click here.

Video Playback on Macs

Mac users are able to playback our content using both Windows Media Player and with Quicktime after downloading the following flip4mac codec: click here.

iPod and iPhone Compatible Videos

iPod and iPhones are capable of playing back our mp4 file formats. These files are the “H.264” and “iPhone” download options.

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