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Media Options

NetRoadshow provides three media options from which to choose: Video, Audio and Telephone. (NOTE: Some presentations are available only in video or audio or telephone formats. All available options will be presented to you for the presentation you are viewing.)

NOTE: If you are in a corporate environment, please see Important Information for Corporate Users.

Video

The video option is recommended if you have an Internet connection faster than 56 kbps, such as a DSL or cable modem, or a corporate T1 connection. You will also need to have downloaded and installed either the Adobe Flash Player or Windows Media Player. If you do not have either one of these players installed on your machine, they are available free of charge from the following Internet addresses:

Windows Media Player – http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/default.mspx
Adobe Flash Player: http://www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer

Audio

The audio option is recommended if you have an Internet connection speed of less than 56 kbps. (Note: For some presentations, Audio may be the only available option) You will also need to have downloaded and installed either the Adobe Flash Player or Windows Media Player. If you do not have either one of these players installed on your machine, they are available free of charge from the following Internet addresses:

Windows Media Player – http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/default.mspx
Adobe Flash Player: http://www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer

Telephone

The telephone option is recommended for those who have severe firewall restrictions or who lack a sound card or speakers for their computer. You will hear the audio through your telephone and view the presentation slides online.

Documentation

The Documentation option will open a menu of links listing any documents associated with the presentation.

System Check

The System Check option will open a media test to verify all components for viewing a NetRoadshow presentation are installed properly and up to the necessary specifications.

Streaming Media Preference

The “Click here to change your streaming media preference” option will open a window that allows you to select Windows Media Player or Adobe Flash Player, as your preferred streaming media player.

Status Bar

The status bar at the bottom of the page displays your current bandwidth and player configuration.

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