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Streaming Video Guide

Streaming video content and tips for using it

McGraw-Hill Medical

Closed Captioning Closed Captioning 

Most videos have closed captioning in English and some have Spanish.

Browser and Operating System Requirements

The Access suite of sites currently supports the following browsers:

  • Windows platforms XP, 7, & 8: Google Chrome - latest version*, Microsoft Internet Explorer - versions 8, 9, & 10 (full support date for 11 still TBD), Mozilla Firefox – latest version*
  • Apple Computers OSX: Safari – latest version*, Firefox – latest version*
  • Android: Jelly Bean and above. Devices native browser only.
  • Apple iOS 6 & 7: Safari browser only.

*Firefox and Chrome are set to automatically update in most instances   

Video/Audio

Some video and audio files require the free QuickTime Player. Other video files require the free Flash Player 8 (or higher).  If you just downloaded QuickTime or Flash and are still not able to play video/audio files, you may need to clear your cache and re-start your browser. 

Bate's Visual Guide to Physical Examination

Closed Captioning Closed Captioning 

PDF transcripts and closed captioning are available for video volumes on the site. PDF transcripts can be used as handouts or even helpful teaching aides in the classroom. To download the transcripts, click on the Transcript icon to download found on the upper right corner of the video.

Bate's Visual Guide to Physical Examination PDF Transcript screenshot

Closed captioning can be toggled on and off by simply clicking on the CC icon found on the lower right of the video window. 

Bate's Visual Guide To Physical Examination closed captioning screenshot

Browser and Operating System Requirements

  • Windows PC: Internet Explorer 9 - E10 coming soon, Firefox - latest version*, Chrome - latest version*
  • Mac: Safari - latest version, Firefox - latest version*
  • Android & iOS Devices: Latest version of native browser

*Firefox and Chrome are set to automatically update in most instances

*Flash Player is not required. The video will be served to your computer, smartphone, or device in a non-Flash format. However, you must be connected to the internet to view video(s).

Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy

Closed Captioning Closed Captioning 

Closed captioning and PDF Transcripts are available for video volumes on the site. 

PDF transcripts can be used as study guides, assignment handouts or even helpful teaching aides in the classroom. To download the transcripts, click on the Transcript icon to download found on the upper right corner of the video. 

Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy PDF Transcripts

 

Closed captioning can be toggled on and off by simply clicking on the CC icon found on the lower right of the video window. 

Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy Closed Captioning

Browser and Operating System Requirements

  • Windows PC: IE11 - latest version, Chrome - latest version*, Firefox - latest version*
  • Mac: Safari - latest version, Chrome - latest version*, Firefox - latest version*
  • Android & iOS Devices: Latest version of native browser**

*Firefox and Chrome are set to automatically update in most instances   

**AclandAnatomy.com is mobile optimized. Apple iOS or Android devices are not required to have Flash Player installed; the videos will be served to your device in a non-Flash format.