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We recommend the installation of the free player Flip4mac.

A new version of the WMV plug-in for Firefox and Chrome is now available. You must have this new version installed in order to watch the video within the browser window.

Type ‘about plug-ins’ into the address bar of your browser. This will display Firefox’s plug-in information. If you see Microsoft Windows Media Player Firefox Plug-in, you have the correct version installed. If you see Windows Media Plug-in Dynamic Link Library, you have an older version of the plug-in installed.

Copies of broadcasts may be made available online (such as in Blackboard) or put in course reserve, provided this is permitted under the Remuneration Notice and the institution’s agreement with Screenrights and it is solely for the educational purposes of the institution and that the other standard conditions of Part VA of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) are met, i.e. labelling, notices and that all reasonable steps are taken to ensure that the copies may only be accessible by those entitled to access them. For more information, see sections 135K and 135KA of the Copyright Act

To capture video playbacks for inserting into promotional material such as brochures, please follow these steps:

  • save the video to your desktop
  • open it in Windows Media Player or VLC player
  • go to Tools / Options
  • select the Performance tab
  • click on the Advanced button
  • uncheck Use Overlays in the Video Acceleration box
  • click OK.

All programs are viewed as progressive downloads. Video files may also be saved to a specific location. To save a video, use the Save As function.

Yes. Please contact your IT Services department about the appropriate DVD making software and DVD burner. First download and save the TVNews video file to your computer. Then follow the instructions of your DVD making software.

As TVNews videos are of lower resolution than the broadcast, the image quality on the DVD will also be of lower resolution.

Note that any copying, including burning videos on a DVD, needs to comply with the requirements as outlined in your Screenrights licence.

For more information, see the Screenrights website.

All TVNews video files are in MP4 format.

From 20 April 2013, nationally broadcast television programs will be sourced from the Sydney broadcaster. State ABC news programs will continue to be sourced from the local broadcasters.

Your browser can play TVNews MP4 files. You can also save the MP4 file locally and play it with your favourite media player.

All users within the subscribing institute’s IP range have unmediated access to all content on Informit EduTV. Users can also register with a username and password for access outside the institute’s IP range.

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We recommend the installation of the free player Flip4mac.

A new version of the WMV plug-in for Firefox and Chrome is now available. You must have this new version installed in order to watch the video within the browser window.

Type ‘about plug-ins’ into the address bar of your browser. This will display Firefox’s plug-in information. If you see Microsoft Windows Media Player Firefox Plug-in, you have the correct version installed. If you see Windows Media Plug-in Dynamic Link Library, you have an older version of the plug-in installed.

Copies of broadcasts may be made available online (such as in Blackboard) or put in course reserve, provided this is permitted under the Remuneration Notice and the institution’s agreement with Screenrights and it is solely for the educational purposes of the institution and that the other standard conditions of Part VA of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) are met, i.e. labelling, notices and that all reasonable steps are taken to ensure that the copies may only be accessible by those entitled to access them. For more information, see sections 135K and 135KA of the Copyright Act

To capture video playbacks for inserting into promotional material such as brochures, please follow these steps:

  • save the video to your desktop
  • open it in Windows Media Player or VLC player
  • go to Tools / Options
  • select the Performance tab
  • click on the Advanced button
  • uncheck Use Overlays in the Video Acceleration box
  • click OK.

All programs are viewed as progressive downloads. Video files may also be saved to a specific location. To save a video, use the Save As function.

Yes. Please contact your IT Services department about the appropriate DVD making software and DVD burner. First download and save the TVNews video file to your computer. Then follow the instructions of your DVD making software.

As TVNews videos are of lower resolution than the broadcast, the image quality on the DVD will also be of lower resolution.

Note that any copying, including burning videos on a DVD, needs to comply with the requirements as outlined in your Screenrights licence.

For more information, see the Screenrights website.

All TVNews video files are in MP4 format.

From 20 April 2013, nationally broadcast television programs will be sourced from the Sydney broadcaster. State ABC news programs will continue to be sourced from the local broadcasters.

Your browser can play TVNews MP4 files. You can also save the MP4 file locally and play it with your favourite media player.

All users within the subscribing institute’s IP range have unmediated access to all content on Informit EduTV. Users can also register with a username and password for access outside the institute’s IP range.

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