- Problems viewing the streams?
- What is the permanent collection
- Problems with registration
- Why wasnt I selected?
- I missed the deadline for submissions, now what?
- Where can I find the press and media page?
- My film has been selected, how do I login to edit my information?
- Do selected artists get paid for their works?
- Is there a max. or minimum lenght for submissions?
- What is the copyright policy?
- Can I upload my film to your server?
- Why isnt the festival broadcasting all year round?
- Address for sending submissions
- How many films can I submit?
- What are the specifications for submitting a film?
- What is the entrance fee for film submissions?
- When can I submit my film?
- How to play streams in VLC
- Can I support this festival?
- Can I download the films?
- Do I have to pay to view films?
- Where can I find the program?
- Where can I watch films?
- Minimum system requirements to view films?
- Who organizes this festival?
Technical 13/12/2015Your browsers flash plugin must be installed and enabled.
If you haven't got the plugin, download the latest flash from the Adobe website
If you are using Internet Explorer, and you experience problems, try this:
Go to tools (gear icon), then to manage add-ons and look for toolbars and extensions. Now check the shockwave plugin. This needs to be enabled.
If you still experience problems, go to tools again, and then to compatibility view settings. Open this, and add www.streamingfestival.com to the list.
Technical 26/10/2007Choose the Media tab, choose Open Network Stream and fill in the url of the videostream in the address field.
In the left field choose a stream protocol that corresponds with your stream url (protocol field). Usually this is automatically filled in for you after you place the url.
If you do not know the protocol, look at the first part of the videostream url. This should be MMS,HTTP, RTSP and so forth.
A keyboard shortcut for opening the network stream window is the control and n key. Like so: ctrl+n.
Download the latest VLC player: on www.videolan.org
RTSP - Protocol stands for Real Time Streaming Protocol
MMS - Protocol stands for Microsoft Media Server.
URL - The address of a web page/stream on the world wide web known as Uniform Resource Locator (URL)
Starting from VLC 0.9.0 (2007), you can also stream flash with VLC - meaning the extension .flv.
Technical 15/05/2006All you need is an internet connection (broadband offers the best quality), and the latest flash codec.