Livestream

Tips for Viewing Streaming Video

You should be able to view live streams and recorded videos without installing any additional software or doing anything special.  If you are experiencing any issues watching this video, then please check the following:

 

Internet Connection Speed
You can only watch a live stream if you have a consistent internet connection. Shared wi-fi networks, like what you might find at a coffee shop, are often too unreliable to view a live stream without interruption. We recommend viewing on the best possible connection you can find.

We recommend viewing from a wired connection with a download bandwidth of at least 700Kbps.  As a general rule your download bandwidth must be greater than the bitrate of the channel you’re trying to view - 700kbps.

To test your speed, go to www.speedtest.net. Bandwidth fluctuates constantly, so running 3 tests is recommended. 

 

Mobile Devices
This stream is mobile device compatible and works on most devices, however we do not recommend viewing with a wireless connection.  If you must use wireless, then you will need a high-speed connection that is consistently greater than 700kbps.

Remember that wireless connections fluctuate and you may experience breakups in the video.  Use Wi-Fi rather than 3G or 4G connection whenever possible.

Do not use private browsing mode on Safari on iOS.

 

Update your Flash Player
You can check for the latest version at the following link:  http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/find-version-flash-player.html

Chrome browsers have Flash player already built-in.  Simply update Chrome itself and your Chrome Flash player will update as well.

 

Update your Browser
We recommend viewing on an up-to-date version of Firefox or Chrome or Safari.  You may need to update your browser.