If you have registered for our Schools' Broadcast and are preparing for the event there are some requirements you will need to be aware of.

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When registering for any of our broadcasts, you will be contacted with a link. This link is where you will find all supporting resources and be able to access the events, when they become available on demand.

Due to licensing, we ask that you do not share this link with others outside your school. If other schools do wish to participate, they can register here. If you are sharing with individual students who are still learning at home, please ask them to do the same.

Please note that the Tales from Shakespeare broadcasts and Macbeth Broadcast will be shared using Vimeo. The following technical recommendations relate to all of our 2021 broadcasts.

Schools Broadcast Set Up

  • Using Vimeo

  • Buffering and Quality

  • How to Watch

Broadcast recommendations

If you are watching in school, we recommend that the broadcast is viewed on one large screen per classroom of up to 30 students, with a maximum of 10 computers accessing the broadcast in total. Please bear in mind that additional screens will use up more of your school's bandwidth and may result in buffering.

If your students are watching remotely or are learning from home, we recommend each participant checks this set up advice above. 

 

Testing for Vimeo 

We advise you to test Vimeo ahead of the broadcast, to make sure your settings will allow you the best experience. You can do this by clicking on the link below, making sure the video plays and you don't experience any issues. 

Vimeo Test Link

 

If you have any questions please email schoolsbroadcast@rsc.org.uk 



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