(Re-posted from the Convention on Modern Liberty’s Videos page.)
At last, a chance to watch again some of the sessions from Saturday. Hopefully more videos will be published, including some of the sessions from around the country.
Thanks to Jake Dowie and Global Mix, we were able to stream video of some of the events in the Logan Hall in London to viewers across the country. We hope to have this video up in more accessible format later, but for now here are links to some sections of it:
First plenary session ( normal quality link / high quality link )
‘Can liberty survive the slump?’ ( normal quality link / high quality link )
Lord Bingham at the ‘Judges and politicians’ session ( normal quality link / high quality link )
The higher quality links will be slower to load. Some basic help in viewing these videos can be found below.
Windows users should have the latest version of Windows Media Player installed.
Mac users who cannot play the video should first try opening the link at the top of this page in Safari, and if this does not work they should install Windows Media Components for QuickTime, which can be downloaded from http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/wmcomponents.mspx
Linux users should be able to play these videos if they can find a version of ‘Totem’ or ‘MPlayer’ for their distrubution – they should consult the documentation which comes with these applications for help.
Ubuntu users may need to install extra codecs, for which they should look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats for instructions.
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