Our video clips currently come in
MPEG and Windows Media Format compression format with 4 different quality levels.
Mpeg Format with 25 Frames/Sec
a. 128 KB/Sec in reality: approx. 1 minute = 1
b. 384 KB/Sec in
reality: approx. 1 minute = 2.8 MB
c. 600 KB/Sec in
reality: approx. 1 minute = 4.4 MB
WMV Format with 25 Frames/Sec
d. 584 KB/Sec in reality: approx. 1 minute =
To play back the video files on your
computer you need to download the appropriate software and install it on your machine.
This is easily done and the software is free. In outline, what you have to do is this:-
|download the video
player in a compressed format,
|saving the file to your
|click on the compressed
file to install the player
|(delete the compressed
file now if you want to save disk space)
|ONE TIME PER
|download the video clip
from DWW, saving the file to your hard disk
|AS MANY TIMES
AS YOU LIKE:
|click on this file (the
one containing the video clip) and
|the video player will
open and play it back on your computer monitor.
Microsoft Windows Media
Player for Windows 98, NT, 2000, XP.
With the Microsoft Windows Media Player, you can play most multimedia content formats
including Windows Media (formerly NetShow), RealAudio and RealVideo 4.0 and below,
QuickTime, AVI, WAV, and much more, from one, easy-to-use application.
MPlayer for LINUX:
With Windows Mediaź Components for QuickTime, by Flip4Mac, you can play
Windows Media files (.wma and .wmv) directly in QuickTime Player and view Windows Media
content on the Internet using a Web browser.
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