Television Learning Services (TLS) uses the Digital Video Streaming Services (DVSS) to stream to your classroom, desktop, or residence hall high quality video assets using the Universities Gigbit Ethernet network. The DVSS system includes features that allow users the ability to play, rewind, and fast forward the video from your classroom or desktop and the ability to reserve video assets for preview or playback from your computer. Part of the DVSS system includes an online video catalogue with a search engine that is capable of searching the programs written description, the program transcript, and other descriptive metadata.
How do I use the DVSS? (Flash is required)
The following video links will show you how to use the DVSS.
- Search for and schedule programs for classroom use.
- Search for, schedule and view programs on your computer desktop.
- Search for and schedule programs for residence hall cable TV channels.
- Operate the Set Top Box (STB) in the classroom.
- Copyright and the WBGU-TV DVSS
A complete list if DVSS capable rooms and associated operating instructions is available online here. The operational instructions vary slightly from room to room because of the different equipment installed in each location.
Office/Lab/Res. Hall Room desktop requirements
To view video on your computer desktop in your office, in a computer lab, or in a residence hall, your computer needs to have the following software installed.