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WebCast: Digital Cities & Regional Networks Conf.

WebCast – '05 Digital Cities & Regional Networks Conference


Streaming Video from r2.co.nz


http://www.digitalcities.co.nz/

Welcome to the webcast for the 2005 Digital Cities and Regional Networks Conference. The streams will be live prior to the event commencing, but will show a welcome slide. An audio only link is also available. Recorded video of the conference will also be available later in the week.

The webcast is being streamed in different bit rates (connection speeds), to suit the variety of connections that viewers may have. The webcast is best viewed in Windows Media Player , Real Player. or Mplayer under Linux or Os-X. Totem and VideoLan also work well.


28Kbps audio only for slow dial up http://www.r2.co.nz/20051123/dc-28a.asx

56Kbps video for dial up http://www.r2.co.nz/20051123/dc-56.asx

128 Kbps for slow broadband http://www.r2.co.nz/20051123/dc-128.asx

384Kbps for broadband http://www.r2.co.nz/20051123/dc-384.asx

2Mbps for excellent quality http://www.r2.co.nz/20051123/dc-2m.asx


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