If you can see the video playback and hear the audio, then your computer settings are compatible with IICLE.com video requirements.
If not, please consult the guidelines below to optimize your settings for the best playback experience.
IICLE.com System Requirements
To start watching on www.iicle.com, you’ll need a computer with Flash installed, along with a supported browser like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari.
To watch videos on IICLE.com, you will need:
• Adobe Flash Player 10.1 (.53.64) or above
• Internet Explorer 8.0 or above, Firefox 18.0 or above, Safari 5.0 or above, or Chrome
• Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or above, Macintosh OS X 10.4 or above, or Linux
• Allow pop-ups from iicle.com
In addition, you will need a broadband internet connection, and a recommended downstream bandwidth of at least 1.5 Mbps for smooth playback experience.
To test your downstream bandwidth users may click here. Once there, click the green BEGIN TEST button to initiate a speed test. The results of the test are displayed in the box titled “Download” near the middle of the screen.
For the best possible viewing experience on the site, we recommend the following software updates:
• Microsoft Windows 7 or greater, Macintosh OS X 10.5.8, or Linux
• The most current version of Adobe Flash Player (which can be downloaded here)
• The latest version of your web browser:
• Internet Explorer
• Firefox 32
• Safari 7.0
• Chrome 37
Mobile Device Minimum Requirements:
iPhone / iPad: iOS version 6.1.6 operating system with Safari internet browser.
Android: Jelly Bean version 4.1 operating system with native internet browser and Video Player application.
Mobile Device Recommended Software:
iPhone / iPad: iOS version 7.1.2 operating system with Safari internet browser.
Android: Jelly Bean version 4.3 operating system with native internet browser and Video Player application or Chrome Version 36.
Please note, Windows Phones are not currently supported.
Dial-up and 3G wireless connections are not recommended.
Please be aware that Ad-blocking software and plug-ins may interfere with video playback and may need to be temporarily disabled or white listed in order to watch On-Demand Videos and Live Webcasts.