Remote Participation in the World Premiere of Auksalaq: A Telematic Opera
Two streaming options are being offered. Please select the one that best meets your needs.
If you participate remotely in this event, please drop us a note to let us know you joined us, tell us how it went, and send us a picture or two if you can. You can email us at AuksalaqPremiere@virginia.edu.
Option One, the simple option…
Option One is the best choice if you are at a location that does not have access to Internet2 and/or has modest network speed (under 10Mbps). Option One is also the best choice if you don’t understand the rest of this page!
To participate using Option One, use your favorite Web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc.) and go to http://www.indiana.edu/~video/stream/liveflash.html?filename=Auksalaq_Performance_Realtime. There you will find a video and audio stream with a mix of content from the various performance venues. You will probably also want to join the NOMADS audience participation community: either download the free Auksalaq NOMADS app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play App Store, or open a second browser window and go to http://nomads.music.virginia.edu/AuksalaqNOMADS/AudienceClient/ to use the Java app.
Option Two the option that’s not so simple…
If you want to host a group viewing site, have a high-speed (30Mbps and above) connection, and are on a network that is connected to Internet2, then Option Two is for you. With Option Two, you can view all the content in Option One plus the individual performance site feeds.
In addition to the two actions from Option One, you will start up four additional video feeds. If your network has multicast capability, the best choice is to play the four multicast streams using your favorite video player (I like VLC, http://www.videolan.org/vlc/). If you do not have multicast capability, you can either use your favorite video player to play the four unicast streams or you can connect to the Web page at the University of Virginia and launch four copies of the InStream Player (it’s written in Java, so you’ll need a computer that can handle Java).
|Auksalaq1||22.214.171.124 port 4900||126.96.36.199 port 5008||http://video.itc.virginia.edu (Launch InStream Player, select “Auksalaq1”)|
|Auksalaq2||188.8.131.52 port 4900||184.108.40.206 port 5016||http://video.itc.virginia.edu (Launch InStream Player, select “Auksalaq2”)|
|Auksalaq3||220.127.116.11 port 4900||18.104.22.168 port 5017||http://video.itc.virginia.edu (Launch InStream Player, select “Auksalaq3”)|
|Auksalaq4||22.214.171.124 port 4900||126.96.36.199 port 5018||http://video.itc.virginia.edu (Launch InStream Player, select “Auksalaq4”)|