Video and Audio Streams
Windows Media Player
LDS.org uses Windows Media Player from Microsoft
to provide video and audio streams of each general conference session.
To watch or listen to video or audio streams, you will need to have Windows
Media Player on your machine if you do not have it already.
To test whether
or not you have Windows Media Player on you machine, click Windows
Media Player test. If a small window pops up and you
hear audio, you already have the player. If your browser indicates that
you don't have a necessary plug-in or helper application, then you can download
Windows Media Player for free.
After you have
selected the language and session you want to view, you will see a page
that lists the talks from each session. At the top of the fourth column,
titled Watch, you should see a link for 56K and 300K connections. Click
on the link that most closely matches your connection speed. A small
Windows Media frame should appear in which the video stream will be broadcast.
( Note: If you are unable to connect using a video stream, you may wish
to try a slower audio connection. See "Audio Streams" below.)
After you have selected the language and session
you want to listen to, you will see a page that lists the talks from
each session. At the top of the third column, titled Listen, click on
the 16K link. A small Windows Media frame should appear in which the
audio stream will be broadcast.
If you are ready to listen to the broadcast, click
here to return to the Internet Broadcast front page. After selecting
the event you would like to listen to, click on an Available Streams link
for the language in which you wish to listen.