CAN'T MAKE IT TO THE GAME?
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WHAT IS PHOENIX ALL ACCESS?
Phoenix All Access is Elon's live and on demand video and audio streaming. Phoenix All Access will broadcast LIVE all home contests for volleyball, men's soccer, women's soccer, football, men's basketball, women's basketball, softball and baseball. Selected away games will also be available live while some will be offered on demand. (On demand games are not available to watch live, but are available to watch after the contest is over).
WHAT CAN I BUY AND WHAT IS THE COST?
Phoenix All Access offers an annual package, sports specific packages or individual games. The packages include all home contests as well as selected road games within the Southern Conference. See below for more details.
• INDIVIDUAL GAME - $4.95
• ELON ANNUAL PACKAGE - $74.95
ELON Fans! If you want to keep up with the Phoenix all year, you can purchase this package and get access to live and on demand action all year. This will allow you to see all Elon events streamed in the Southern Conference including any championship events!
• ELON SOFTBALL PHAN SEASON PACKAGE - $24.95
ELON Softball Fans! This package includes a majority of the home contests as well as some selected road games within the Southern Conference. Watch and hear all the action during the 2010 season! Simply click the 'Sign Up' button at the top of the page.
HOW TO SIGN UP?
Simply click here to be re-directed to the Southern Conference site to sign up. Then follow these steps.
• The first thing is to verify your video and flash compatibility.
• Under 'Step 1: Choose Your Package' simply scroll through until you see the package that you wish to buy. Scroll to the bottom to find individual game - available the week leading up to the game.
• Under 'Step 2: Create Your Login' you will create your login for Phoenix All Access.
• Under 'Step 3: Purchase Your Package' you will verify your billing address and complete the purchase.
BUY AN INDIVIDUAL ROAD GAME
Option 1: Southern Conference school that are streaming with Jump TV are included in our sport specific and annual packages. These schools include - Appalachian State, College of Charleston, Chattanooga, The Citadel, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro.
Option 2: Check the host school's website to see if it offers the game individually. Not all schools offer the game by itself. The above schools stream most games as well as Davidson, Samford, Wofford and Furman (but these games are not included in the sport or annual package).
Phoenix All Access live programming and archived video can only be utilized through a high-speed Internet connection of 300kbps, such as cable, DSL, or satellite. If your connection to the Internet is by dial-up modem or is slower than a DSL connection you will not be able to watch Phoenix All Access media. A DSL, cable modem or other high speed connection is required.
In addition to having a high-speed Internet connection, your computer should meet or exceed the following recommended system requirements:
Pentium class system running at 600 Mhz or better.
You must have Internet Explorer Version 5.5 or higher to access the content in Phoenix All Access.
To effectively use the pages on Phoenix All Access your screen resolution should be set at 800 x 600 pixels or higher. If you can see the entire width of the site without scrolling horizontally, your resolution is set appropriately. If not, please adjust the resolution setting on your computer.
Some important elements of the site utilize Macromedia's Flash software, version 6.0 or higher. If you do not have at least Flash 6 you will be unable to effectively navigate the site. (Fortunately, it comes pre-installed in nearly all late-model browsers.)
In order to hear the audio components of our films and animations, your computer must be equipped with a 16-bit or better sound card and speakers
For live events you must have a Docsis compliant modem to receive the Multicast from Phoenix All Access. NOTE: The MOTOROLA :CYBERSURFER is not a Docsis compliant modem, and at this time will not receive the multicast.
Some types of firewalls may prevent viewing live events on Phoenix All Access. Please consult the Firewall manufacturer or Documentation for specific instructions on how to configure your firewall to allow multicast information through.