Yesterday we advised that video recordings of the speakers and presenters at the recent CCANSW Conference & Trade Exposition held in Parramatta, NSW, on 16-17 May 2019, were available online for members and their delegates to view and download.
As also mentioned, the CCANSW webserver isn't really geared for video streaming. The issue came to head today when quite a few of you were online accessing the content. The video rendering performance wasn't all that great.
In an effort to try and improve matters we've installed a gallery script to manage the video files a little better. You can access it a couple of different ways;
- Click this link (after logging in); OR
- Click the Conference menu at the top
- Click "Video Gallery" at the bottom of the menu strip
Each video page has a "Download" button at the bottom. If you continue to have issues viewing the video you want online, please download it.
I'll discuss further improvemnet options with the CCANSW Executive in the near future.
Sally Kennedy's presentation is also available now.
The Video Gallery for the May 2019 Conference is also linked below. The original links to the document storage also remain in place.
- Videos and related material are in the Members Only website
- You must be logged in with CCANSW member delegate's credentials to access the members only section.
- If you have valid credentials you may log in here.
The CCANSW webserver has limited resources for streaming videos, especially when there is a high demand. If you experience difficulties playing the videos in your web browser, please read this QandA.
There are two video clips of practical demonstrations by Sach Killam that were recorded during the visit to Rookwood General Cemetery:
Links to the videos and slides
A number of interconnected means have been provided for you to access the video recordings. The full content list is here.
- Categorised and stored in the Members Only site
- Linked on the Conference menu
- Links to the content have been embedded at the bottom of each speaker's bio page. Links to the speakers are below:
As always, if you experience difficulties accessing content please don't hesitate to contact the CCANSW for assistance.