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OTN does not support any application of hardware and software outside of the requirements describe below.
Before contacting OTN Technical Support for webcasting assistance, review these system requirements to ensure your equipment, system, and network setup meet the requirements.
Please contact your local IT support:
The Webcasting Centre uses MediaSite components to broadcast your live and archived events. MediaSite will work with operating systems and media players not included in these requirements, but OTN Technical Support will not support them.
When you view a webcast in your browser, either the Silverlight plug-in or HTML5 support is required, depending on which platform you use.
|Windows||Silverlight 5.0 (IE)
||Silverlight 5.0* or HTML5
|Mac||Silverlight 5.0 (Safari)||HTML5
* IE8 only since it does not support h264, all other browsers will use HTML5.
OTN recommends that you listen to a webcast using headphones, which have the following advantages:
If you do not have headphones, the next best option is external speakers.
If you can see the video but can’t hear any sound, it could be a problem with your speakers or your volume controls.
OTN is not responsible for link or connectivity issues when the client site has used all available bandwidth locally. It is advised that you contact your OTN Account Manager if you suspect that your media streaming event will saturate your internet link prior. OTN webcast event administrators will tune your event to suit the audience volume with advanced notice within the capabilities of your available bandwidth. Please be advised that the default configuration of each event is set to 720Kbps. If you do not know what the impact of a media streaming event is on your internet connection, please consult with your local IT department and your OTN Account Manager.