1. Go to Create Account/Log In and Log In so the system knows who you are and what video pass you bought.
Click on MY ACCOUNT on the main menu.
2.Click on Video Passes to see which video passes you bought.
3.Choose the video product that you want to watch.
The first item you see is the link to material provided by lecturers. The material is listed according to the date of the live lecture. Scroll down past that to see the videos that are available to you. If you bought a bundle, it will start with the earliest video and you must scroll down to see the others.
4.Use the control bar across the bottom. If it disappears, click on the bottom area and it will reappear.
Volume control will vary with the device you are using. There may be small vertical volume bars on the bottom control bar or you may have to use the volume control on your particular device or the volume control on the TV itself. Try all to see what combination works for you. If still not loud enough, you can use headphones or the small earphone buds which plug into your Laptop/IPad/tablet/phone to improve the sound.
Size is controlled by the little 4-dot icon on the right on the control bar. Clicking that will make it full screen and easier to see. When you want to get out of the video, (depending on the device you are using), click on ESC OR get the control bar back by clicking on the lower screen and then click on that same 4-dot icon to get out of full screen.
You can stop and start the video and watch it as often as you like. By moving the narrow blue moving line back with your finger or cursor, you can repeat a section.
5. Seeing the video on a TV
If you have a SMART TV, log in to the website on it.
If you don’t have a Smart TV, what you see on your computer/laptop/tablet can be ‘mirrored’ on your TV.
Go to viewing-gtlli-videos-at-home and follow the blue links.
Sharing a Video
1. You have purchased viewing access to a video. You have not bought the video itself.
You may watch it as often as you like and invite anyone to watch it with you.
Remember to notice its expiry date.