Frequently Asked Questions
To view videos in full screen, click the full screen icon at the bottom right corner of the video player window.
To exit full screen mode, press the escape (Esc) button on your keyboard.
Adobe Flash Player is a program required to view most videos online. Most computers come with it installed, but may not have the most recent version. Go to http://www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer and follow the download instructions to get the newest version of Flash. You must have Flash 9 or above installed to watch videos on ThisIsBozeman.com.
At this point, none of the videos are downloadable either to your computer or to portable devices, such as phones or video ipods. Functionality will be added shortly to download selected videos. When uploading videos, users will be given the “option” of allowing their videos to be downloaded or not.
As with any web page, you can bookmark a particular video web page on ThisIsBozeman.com and link directly to it again in the future. On ThisIsBozeman.com, registered users on the site have the ability to conveniently maintain their own special list of “Favorite ThisIsBozeman.com videos” – accessible in a private area right on the site. Just click on the “My Favorites” tab in your account and all of your favorites will be listed there to play.
Yes you can! On any video detail page (/detail/vid-name/), simply click on the link / embed icon below the description, and you will see an area pop open below with the URL you need to link to this video detail page, as well as the TAGS you need to embed this video on your own web page.
Embedding allows you to place any ThisIsBozeman video (player and all) just about anywhere on the web! For example, you can place a video on your own website, or your blog, or your favorite social networking site. Basically, you can upload a video to ThisIsBozeman.com and serve it from your own web page, just as though you were hosting it from your own site.
To copy either of these text boxes (the first containing the link URL, or the second containing the embed TAGS), simply click anywhere inside the box, and press CTRL-A (the
On older computers with a slower processor and/or less than 128 MB VRAM (RAM in the video card itself), Flash may run slowly. Try right-clicking on the Flash video player when watching a video and choosing “Settings” from the contextual menu. Then, un-check the box for “Enable hardware acceleration.” This will force the Flash video player to go into software mode, using the processor instead of the video card, and should help smooth out video playback. Nonetheless, for the best and smoothest video watching experience, you may need to upgrade your computer.