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Q. How big is a "normal" Internet video?

A. Most videos you see on the Internet are 320x240, or about the size of a large postage stamp on a modern high resolution monitor. Some sites post bigger 640x480 videos and call them high quality.

Q. How big are your Lactation videos?

A. Our High Definition videos are 1280x720 - This is 12 TIMES more detail than a normal Internet video.

Q. How is playing a High Definition video different from watching a normal video in my player's "full screen" mode?

A. Full Screen mode simply enlarges the limited number of pixels that already exist in a normal video. High definition videos automatically open up bigger because they contain 12 times more pixels, and thus 12x more detail than you've ever seen before

Q. Do your videos stream?

A. Possibly, but we SRTONGLY recommend downloading them and playing them on your computer.

Q. How do I download a video?

A. Right Click the link, and select the menu item "Save Target As" or "Save Link As"

Q. How fast of a computer do I need to play a High Definition video?

A. We have found that HiDef videos require about an Intel Celeron 1.2GHz, or an AMD Athlon XP 2400

Q. How do I know if my system will play a High Definition video?

A. Download the HiDef video sample from our tour. Play it on your computer. It should play smoothly with NO "jerkyness" at all. If you see the video like a series of still photographs, then your computer may not be able to play HiDef videos"

Q. What do I do if I can't play your High Definition video?

A. The easiest solution is to download our Standard Definition video. Our Standard Definition (SD) videos are made by a special process of "smallifying" our HD videos, so they look GREAT, but will play on older computers down to about 500MHz.

Q. Is there anything I can do to improve the odds of playing High Definition video on my computer?

A. Yes! You should defragment your hard disk. Then, make sure that you don't have any other programs running while trying to play a HD video. Finally, on a Windows system, while playing the video, run "TaskManager" and note your CPU utilization. If it is over 85%, then your computer probably is not compatible with High Definition video.


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