Downloading and viewing information

January 30, 2012

The 1080p video has a resolution of 1920 X 1080 pixels, and is considered full High Definition video. The file is encoded at 10 megabits per second. This format requires a computer with a minimum of dual core processor at 3 gigabits per second.

The 720p video has a resolution of 1240 X 720 pixels, and provides good quality video. The file is encoded at 4.5 megabits per second.

The 540p video has a resolution of 960 X 540 pixels, which is considerably better than standard DVD videos. The file is encoded at 2 megabits per second.


The Windows Media Player 11 will play mp4 files and the newer versions of the QuickTime Player will also play the videos on some computers.  An alternate player can be obtained from at no cost.  



Downloading Procedure:

 READ CAREFULLY:  The video files are not configured for streaming the video. The entire file must be downloaded to your computer first before viewing.

In order to download the files,  you must do the following:

  1. Make a folder in a convenient location (your desktop) for the file.
  2. Find the file on our website that you want to download.
  3. RIGHT CLICK (not left click) on the file, then on the pull down window click on “Save Target As”. .(for Firefox web browser, "Save Link As")
  4. Locate the folder that you prepared earlier and continue with the download.

 After the download is complete, you may view the video or download others..


Please share these videos with others but with the stipulation that they be free of all costs to the recipient.  Also, observe our copyright restrictions of not altering the files in any way.

Thank you,