Nine Up's Noisepop Live Viewing Options

Coming (on demand Mon/Tue):
Sat, Feb 27: Lunchbox, Snowmen, Beulah
Sun, Feb 28: Elevator Drops, Carlos, Sixteen Deluxe, Oranger, Rocket from the Crypt

Photos and archives are available in the NoisePop 99 Gallery
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If you've done it before ... Pick a speed. 28.8k or 56k, ISDN, T1+.
If this is your first time ... Follow these steps.
28.8k or less
  1. The stuff you'll need.

    You have to have a Netscape 3.0+ player for the live video streaming. (Internet Explorer will not work). get it --> Netscape

    RealAudio player 3.0+ (the more up to date, the better). get it --> RealPlayer

  2. The broadcast

    Once you link to the show (below), a new window will appear. The video will stream to this window and you'll need to click the link "Start Audio" to get sound. You'll also have some options how you want to view the video.If you're having problems getting a steady stream of audio, try dropping your frame rate (ie., -1, -3, etc.). If you're having problems that aren't covered here, or just want to talk to us, send us an email at nineup@nineup.com.

  3. The Chat (optional)

    If you'd like to join us in a simple text-based chat, all you need is a telnet application. Windows and Unix users will find they have one already and Mac users can pick one up here.

    To join, open a connection to k.chime.com and log in as user icb.

  4. Go to the show <--click here
56k, ISDN, T1+
  1. The stuff you'll need.

    If you've got a fast enough connection you'll be able to get our high-bandwidth broadcast (NOTE: 56k modem users should try setting their RealPlayer preferences to Single Channel ISDN). For the broadcast, you'll need at least the RealMedia G2 player. get it --> RealPlayer

  2. The broadcast

    The audio and video will be broadcast to your RealMedia player. You should get about 5/6 frames per second and get good audio. If you're having problems, email us at nineup@nineup.com.

  3. The Chat (optional)

    If you'd like to join us in a simple text-based chat, all you need is a telnet application. Windows and Unix users will find they have one already and Mac users can pick one up here.

    To join, open a connection to k.chime.com and log in as user icb.

  4. Go to the show <--click here

9-up productions would like to thank the following companies for their support of 9-Up's live broadcasts.

Farallon/Netopia: ISDN HardwareCutting Edge: Audio CompressionISP Networks: ISDN Dialup