2002 Media Archives

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Streaming media available from:

Apostle David Schaal
2002 Advent Service
Kansas City Interfaith Council
9/11/02 Healing Service
Ela Gandhi
2002 World Conference

Media files are available at some or all of the following connection speeds:
High-bandwidth streaming media for DSL or cable modem connectionsHigh speed for those with DSL or cable modem connections
Low bandwidth streaming media for dialup connectionsLow speed for those with a phone modem connection
Audio only for those with a low-speed phone modem connection
High quality downloadable video files
Downloadable MP3 files

To view or listen to clips from this event, please

1. Download and install the Windows Media Player.
2. Click a link below to watch or listen to the clip
12/15/02 "Rise Up and Follow" Advent service
December 15, 2002
Apostle David SchaalHigh bandwidth streaming media for cable modem/DSL connectionsLow bandwidth streaming media for dialup connectionsAudio-only streaming media
Apostle Dave Schaal's homily "Rise Up and Follow" (12:54)
President Grant McMurrayHigh bandwidth streaming media for cable modem/DSL connectionsLow bandwidth streaming media for dialup connectionsAudio-only streaming media President Grant McMurray's Christmas blessing (8:42)

"Remembrance, Healing, and Hope" worship service
November 11, 2002

Ryan AmundsonHigh bandwidth streaming media for cable modem/DSL connectionsLow bandwidth streaming media for dialup connectionsAudio-only streaming media Ryan Amundson, "A Brother's Message" (3:41)
Kansas City Interfaith CouncilHigh bandwidth streaming media for cable modem/DSL connectionsLow bandwidth streaming media for dialup connectionsAudio-only streaming media Kansas City Interfaith Council water ceremony (2:52)



World Conference 2002 Archives  

Ela GandhiInternational Peace Award recipient Ms. Ela Gandhi

Low bandwidth streaming media for dialup connections clip of Ms. Gandhi's acceptance address (:46)

Broadcast Archives help

The Broadcast Archives is a library where we store video and audio from past events and programs. Some files contain an entire sermon/address or video program; others are a selected portion. All may be viewed from any location using Windows Media Player 7.1 or higher (free download).

Here's what you will need to watch files in the Broadcast Archives:

1. A computer with sound and video cards and an Internet connection. The faster the connection, the better the image and sound quality.
Media files are available at some or all of the following connection speeds:
High speed for those with DSL or cable modem connections
Low speed for those with a phone modem connection
Audio only for those with a low-speed phone modem connection
High quality downloadable video files
Downloadable MP3 files

2. Current version of your Internet browser (free download).
*For Internet Explorer users, the latest version is 7. http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/downloads/default.mspx
*For Netscape Navigator users the latest version is 8.1. http://channels.netscape.com/ns/browsers/download.jsp
Note:
Early versions of Netscape will not allow links to open the Windows Media Player automatically. If you click on the link and it doesn't open, try opening Windows Media Player and entering the URL (mms://...) in the player (file/open/ enter the filename). If you are using AOL Web browser, you may still need to download the Windows Media Player.

3. Windows Media Player 7.1 or higher 
Windows Media Player for Windows (free download).
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/download/default.asp
Windows Media Player 9 for Mac OS 10 (free download)
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/download/default.asp
Windows Media Player 7.1 for Mac OS 9 (free download)
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/download/default.asp
Note: When using Windows Media Player 7.1 for Mac OS 9, the player will not open links automatically when they are clicked. Copy the link and paste it into the player to start playback.

To ensure that you're receiving the optimum video quality, check that your Windows Media Player is set to automatically detect and display the proper stream for your connection speed.  On the top tool bar, select "Tools", then "Options". Under the "Performance" tab, make sure that "Connection" is set to "Detect connection speed".

Need help? Try Windows Media Player Support http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?pr=wmp
or ask the Web Team.