Playing QuickTime Movies and
Many of the pages on this site include video or virtual reality
clips that require the Quicktime movie player. QuickTime is
supported by Macintosh, Windows, Windows 95/NT platforms.
If you aren't able to watch
movies or see the QTVR panoramas, there are two possibilities:
1) You don't have the Quicktime player (or a recent enough
version of it) installed on your computer. To download the
player, visit the Quicktime
Before you download, be sure to bookmark this page, since
you will need to quit out of your browser if you decide to
install the QuickTime plug-in.
2) If you are using a PC with Windows Media Player installed,
you may have WMP set as your default player. This means that
WMP will launch, but might not play the files, or might play
them improperly. If this is happening to you, please see our
Quicktime on the PC help page.
Once you have the player installed:
• Remember that QT movies and QTVR's can be large files
(up to 2 Mb) and may take several minutes to download, depending
on your connection.
Playing Flash Files:
• To navigate in QTVR's, put your cursor over the image
and drag it around while keeping the mouse clicked. You can
pan from left to right, up and down this way.You can zoom
in and out of the frame by using the controls at the bottom
of the window.
• To play QT movies, use the control buttons at the
bottom of the movie frame.
The content in the People section of this site is presented
in both Flash and HTML. To view the Flash version, you will
need a free plug-in that enables interactive multimedia on the
Web. The plug-in is available for Macintosh and Windows. You
can download it by visiting the Macromedia