You will require a DSL connection with a minimum download speed of 512Kbps. A slower connection would cause the video to stutter or buffer.
What are the hardware and software requirements for viewing the webcast.
* 2 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or faster processor (or equivalent)
* Windows XP Home or Professional with SP 2; Windows Vista Home Premium or Business; or Windows 7 Home Premium,Professional.
* 512MB of RAM (1GB recommended) for Windows XP or Windows 7; 1GB of RAM (2GB recommended) for Windows Vista
* Microsoft Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, or 9; Mozilla Firefox 2.x or 3.x; or Google Chrome
* Adobe® Flash® Player 10.2
* 500MHz PowerPC® G3 or faster or 1.83GHz Intel Core™ Duo or faster processor
* Mac OS X v10.4-10.6 (Intel); Mac OS X v10.4 (PowerPC)
* 512MB of RAM (1GB recommended)
* Mozilla Firefox 2.x or 3x; Safari 2.x; or Google Chrome
* Adobe Flash Player 10.2
This can be downloaded from the link provided on the webcasting home page.
1. Make sure that you have the most current version of Adobe Flash Media player installed.
2. Make sure that you are connected to the Internet.
3. If it is a Live Webcast, make sure that it has started.
4. Are you behind a firewall? If so, please reference the next question.
A firewall is used to block unwanted traffic from your network and/or computer.
Check with your Network Administrator or ISP to make sure that they have your firewall configured to allow streaming media content to be viewed. Tell them that you need port 80 open and if possible UDP port 1935.
If you have previously connected to the stream but are currently experiencing problems, try clearing your History and Cache in your browser.
No, the live and recorded webcasts are not meant for download. All video content on the site is copyright IIC, Delhi and any downloading the videos would entail legal action,
1. Buffering means that your computer is trying to connect or reconnect to the online media.Like your TV, sometimes you lose reception or connectivity to your show. This is usually a local problem; try re-connecting to the stream in a minute or two.
2. Buffering can also be caused by heavy traffic on your local network or ISP. At different times during the day the Internet can become bogged down and slow. Check with your local ISP if you suspect problems.
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