Windows Media Audio and Video Streams
Windows Media Player
LDS.org uses Windows Media Player from Microsoft to provide video and audio streams. 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 your 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.
Audio streams of many events are available. When you find the stream and language that you want, click the link for the stream. A small Windows Media frame should appear, in which the audio stream will be broadcast.
Many video streams have also been archived. For video streams, you will often 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.)