The video debate is only live at the time stated for that debate. You will not see any live video at any other time. You can download the video from the previous debate when it is available on the web site.
Most users will enjoy the full 1 hour of video live. However some users have reported problems in the past. Below is a selection of some of the issues experienced by a few users.
To view the debate, you will need the following:
Windows Media Player
This is the default player that comes with Windows. If you have Windows XP or Windows Vista, you will have this on your machine. If you do not have Windows XP or Windows Vista, you will need to make sure you have Windows Media Player 6.4 or above for the video to play. If your computer does not have this installed please download the latest version, Windows Media Player 11, for free from Windows Media. If you have a version prior to Windows Media Player 11 you might also find the newer version is better and my want to consider upgrading.
You will need Internet Explorer 5 or above to view the web pages for this event. If you need to install it, you can download it free from Microsoft. If you have Windows XP or Windows Vista, you will automatically have Internet Explorer 6 or 7.
You will need a sound card and speakers or headphones. Most PCs have this capability. If you are unsure, please ask your system administrator or check your computer's documentation.
Some firewalls are configured not to accept video streamed from a web site. If you have difficulties viewing the video and you are accessing it from a corporate network, you may need to contact your IT administrator to see what can be done.
Test your hardware now
Test your system using the link below, if you are able to view and hear this recorded debate then your system is ready.