Locating the first link.
Finding the Realplayer.
Choosing your Realplayer.
Watching the Webcast in your browser.
Watching the Webcast on your desktop, the stand along Real Player window.
Webcasting: Technical Help
Webcasting is the term used to describe the real-time delivery of moving
images, moving text and sound, over the internet. Webcasting software
allows internet audiences to listen or watch types of media, which have,
up until now, been considered too large and bulky for consumption over
If you haven't experienced webcasting online before, read these instructions
To experience live webcasts or to listen or watch archived webcasts,
you'll need access to a computer with a sound card and a connection
to the internet (ideally, at least 56K).
You will also need to have a piece of free software called the Real
Player installed. To avoid disappointment, it would be best if you knew
that your computer is able to play audio and video in the Real Player
before you connect to live webcasts.
The free Real Player can be downloaded at the Real
1>For the free version, download the BASIC VERSION of the
Real Player (Basic Player 8), which can be found at the lower left hand
corner of the webpage.
Networks website also contains more information about what kind
of computer you will need to run this Real Player. Please note that
the installer is approximately 9MB in size, and will take some time
2>Once downloaded, quit your browser and install the real
player (once clicked the installer will load all necessary files onto
3>Restart your machine and you will be ready to enjoy real
video and real audio content. Not just on this site but any websites
which offer this content!
4>Once you are ready to view the live Webcast you will have
4.1>Watch the webcast within the html browser (embedded real
4.2>Download the real video file to watch using the stand
along real player on your desktop. This can be done by clicking the
link 'non-embedded' in any of the webcast windows