Files are now zipped and require manual intervention to download. You
have to click on the link in your BROWSER. What you'll get is a page that
asks you to put in a number. Type in the number, then click on the download
button and it will give you a zipped file which you then have to save and
unzip to play in Media Player on Windows, and QuickTime Player on Mac and Windows.
You must have an MPEG4 "codec" already installed in your player -- Windows XP comes with one.
You also might want to try the non-MS "Media Player Classic" -- it's less cluttered.
A fuller description of file formats and codecs can be found in our
If you find Quicktime is washing out the videos, downloading the newest versions of Quicktime
seem to fix this problem. If you find problems, first look at our problem discussion.
If that doesn't help, please contact Paul with a
description of your problem.
If you don't have an MP4 codec, you can get the
VLC Player or a free version of the
3ivx Player, which is also described
at the free-codecs.com website.
If the free software expires, they have a $6.95 player available at their