We will use video extensively in the course, so you need a fast internet connection. To view these videos, you must have Apple QuickTime and Flash installed.
Apple and Microsoft are feuding again, making the QuickTime set up for Internet Explorer much more complex. Depending on what you see below, what version of IE you're using, and what error messages you get, your set up procedures will vary. I recommend Firefox for a better web experience.
Set Up Procedure #1
Do you see the small movie screen below? If so, click on the triangle. Did a movie play? If so, you're done.
Can't see the movie screen above?
First, make sure you have QuickTime installed.
If you're sure you have QuickTime installed and still don't see the movie screen, do you see a yellow bar at the top of the page warning "Internet Explorer has restricted this file" or language to that effect?? If so, click on the yellow bar and choose "Allow blocked content." Then choose YES.
If you're getting an error message about "plug-ins", click on the Set Up Procedure #2 below.
You may be asked if you want to download an ActiveX plug-in from Apple. If so, say YES.
QuickTime Set Up Procedure #2