AVIs for older TVCs - Resolution: 480P 640x480
Files in AVI Standard Def. format for download only, to update TVistos and all previous TV Collections (LaCie, iOmega & Western Digital). Always choose Standard Def AVI files for these TVCs.
To DOWNLOAD an AVI file using a PC, click on the file, select "Save Target As" from the dialog box and Save to your TV Collection. For more details: TV Collection Page.
MAC (APPLE) COMPUTERS:
The AVI File Names are explained in the example below:
To DOWNLOAD an AVI file using a MAC and SAFARI (OS 10.15.6), you can click on the file name, and the file will be downloaded into your Downloads folder.
To DOWNLOAD an AVI file using a MAC and FIREFOX:
a) click on the file name
b) in the dialog select "Open with VLC" (or other suitable player)
c) select "Save file". This will place your file in the downloads folder.
To DOWNLOAD an AVI file using OLDER MACs, drag and drop the file to the desktop using the left mouse key.
Once you have downloaded the files, you'll need to update your TVC (if you cannot download straight into your unit):
Let's say that you are updating the December Program of 2009:
1. Create a new (empty) folder named "IND Delhi December - E" in the Movies/Sadhu Ram/2009 folder of your
TV Collection unit.
2. Download the video (.avi) files to that new folder. You're all set!
Find specific instructions and Tutorials on the TV Collection Page.
Example: 031029 SAT -46m- The Scintillating Light - La Luz que Titila 1199.mp4
* Date................... 031029 = Year, Month, Day: 2003 Oct 29
* Event................. SAT = Satsang
* Time.................. 46m = length of video in minutes
* Title................... (if any) The Scintillating Light - La Luz que Titila
* Number............. 1199 = the corresponding number in the Mediaseva Catalog
* Format............. .avi = video format (SD) for Tvistos and older TVCs.
These files will also play on HD-DVD or Blu-Ray(tm) players *ONLY* if the player is specified to play XVID-encoded AVI files.
Computers must be built after 2006 in order to play AVI files correctly. If the video or sound hesitates during playback,
it may mean that the computer is not fast enough.
If you see a message saying that the computer does not have the codec required to play the video, the
latest decoder software is available at www.xvid.org.
We hope that you find these videos and talks to be an inspiration on your way back to God!