Q: What are the system requirements to watch the live streams?
A: You will need a computer (laptop or desktop) with at least an Intel core i3 processor and 4GB of RAM. Most computers made within the last five years will meet these specifications. Or you can use a mobile device with iOS or Android. You will also need internet connectivity with at least
5Mbps bandwidth. Most connections will have at least this much. To check your speed visit speedtest.net
. For the best experience, we recommend using a hard-line connection or ensure you are within a few feet from your wireless router.
Q: Is there a recommended browser?
A: We recommend using the latest version of the Google Chrome browser. FireFox and Edge should work just as well.
Q: Can I use AirPlay, Chromecast, Roku, or Amazon Fire Stick?
A: Stream this year do support both Chromecast and AirPlay. Both the streaming device and the destination device must be on the same network. Users have also reported success with Amazon Fire Stick. This will mostly depend on the version and device.
Q: What is the best way to watch on my TV?
A: Casting can work really well if you have a good network. Another option is to connect to your TV via HDMI. Connect an HDMI cable from your laptop to your TV's HDMI port and then make sure you set the correct input on your TV. Then make sure to click the fullscreen button on the live stream. This will provide the highest quality streaming experience.
Q: Will I be able to watch a film later?
A: No, films will stream live ONLY. These are live events so you will need to login and access a particular screening before the start time to watch the film.
Q: Can I join a stream late?
A: Yes, but you won't be able to go back and watch what you missed.