Instant Access: Viewing Our Healthcare Videos Online
Important Information for Viewing Online Videos
FAQ's For Viewing Online Videos
Viewing Our Healthcare DVD Videos Online
We offer Instant Online Viewing Access in pay-per-view format for the DVD videos available on our web site. Online viewing periods are for 1 week, 3 months and combinations of online viewing plus a copy of the DVD sent by mail.
- Our Cancer Conquest: The Best of Conventional and Alternative Medicine DVD video is currently in its 4th edition. There's about 20% new information added to the 4th version of the cancer video. For healthcare practitioners and those with cancer, we suggest the DVD version of the cancer video and a healthcare consultation with Burton to obtain his latest research on effective treatments for cancer.
- Addiction: Getting the Monkey Off Your Back Video DVD is also currently only available by DVD.
After purchasing one of the online videos available through our online store, you will be sent an e-mail with the following information:
1. Order ID
2. Access Code
3. Login web page address for entering this information.
We will also send a link which will enter the Order ID and Access Code into the Login web page for you, making accessing your online video(s) very easy.
Important Information For Viewing Online Videos
You will be able to view the videos on one computer. Your initial login to view the video should be from the computer where you intend to view the video during the viewing period.
If you will be viewing the video on a laptop computer, the initial login (and future viewing) should be from the location where you intend to view the video (home, vs. work or a wifi café). Example: If your purchase is made at work, at home, or in a wifi café and you are planning on viewing the video primarily from home, your initial login to view the video (and future logins) should be from home.
Our videos are 1.5 to 2 hours in length. Due to the large file size, a high-speed Internet connection is required to view the videos (DSL, Cable, or faster). If you will be using a home network with DSL or Cable Internet to view the video, it is best is to view the video on a computer directly connected to the network (a wired connection). Wireless Internet connections and Broadband wireless cards offered by cell phone companies usually do not provide sufficient connection speed for viewing files of this length.
For those interested in sending access to the videos to family or friends, we offer discounts of 30 to 40% on purchases of online viewing access for 4 or more users. You will be sent additional Access Codes, Video Login Links and Online Viewing Instructions for sending to family and friends with your order confirmation e-mail.
FAQs for Viewing Online Videos
1. Exactly how long are the 1 week and 3 month viewing periods?
Usually 8 days and 91 days depending on your time zone. We provide an extra day to cover for most time zone differences.
2. Do we offer volume pricing for health businesses, schools, medical organizations and related groups?
Yes. See our Volume Discount pricing page for information.
3. Do we offer volume pricing for individuals for sending to family and friends?
Yes. We offer the same volume discount pricing to consumers as we offer for healthcare businesses.
For those interested in sending instant online viewing access to the DVDs to family or friends, we offer discounts of 30 to 40% on purchases of online viewing access for 4 or more users. You will be sent additional access codes, video login links and online viewing instructions for sending to family and friends with your order confirmation e-mail.
4. Will the videos play on cell phones, PDAs and similar small Internet devices?
No. Our videos are currently only available for laptop and desktop computers.
Previews of our videos, which should play well on most cell phones and PDA's, can be seen on our YouTube web page.
5. What type of Internet connection is required to view the video?
Our videos are 1.5 to 2 hours in length. Due to the large file size, a high speed Internet connection is required to view the videos (DSL, Cable, or faster). If your are utilizing a home network with DSL or Cable, it's best is to view the videos on a computer directly connected to the network (a wired connection).
Wireless Internet connections and broadband wireless cards offered by cell phone companies usually do not provide sufficient connection speed for viewing files of this size.
6. What are the system requirements to view the videos?
Adobe Flash Player is the primary requirement for viewing.
7. How can I review certain sections of the movie?
Either by clicking on one of the chapter titles, or by clicking, holding and sliding the movie player slider to whichever part of the movie you'd like to review. We suggest writing down the time of the movie (or noting the chapter number) for sections of the movies that you would like to review.
8. Why did my video stop playing?
Most of the time, our videos will run from beginning to end with no problems. Occasionally, a video may stop playing. Clicking any of the chapter links or the play button should restart the movie.
The stop button will also stop the movie (taking the movie back to the beginning). The pause button will pause the movie, and the play button will resume play from where the movie was paused.
9. How often can the video be viewed during the viewing period?
As often as desired.
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