Accessing Video Files
The video isTV-resolution(320x240 pixel) for Microsoft Media Player, using MPEG4 V2 compression. The high-fidelity stereo soundtrack and crisper video makes these files larger than the typical internet download. A high-speed internet connection (such as DSL or cable) is recommended.If you're using a dial-up modem, download time will be around 6 minutes per MB -- about 2 hours per video.
To play a video, click it with the LEFT mouse button.(After viewing, click "File" then "Save as..." in Windows Media Player to save the video on your hard drive.)
To download(rather than view) the video, position the mouse over the link, then click the RIGHT mouse button. Select "Save link as..." (Netscape) or "Save target as..." (Explorer), then select the directory where you want the video file.
(Netscape note: Some versions of Netscape may have a buggy FTP transfer plug-in that corrupts the file as it saves it on your hard drive. If you get an "Invalid File Type" when you try to load a video file using Media Player, you have this problem. Try downloading the file the opposite way -- if you left-clicked and got an error, then right-click and "Save as..." then open the saved file with Media Player.)