I. Process flow

  1. In the upper right corner of this webpage, please select “English,” “Chinese”.
  2. You may select a video/audio from the featured titles below on this home page or click the Videos/Audio tab option to see the entire selection in each category.
  3. On the video/audio content page, you can do one of the following: click in the “Video Categories” panel on the left (shown as A); click on “Display Method” or “Sort By” to view the selected list (shown as B); or type in your key search words on the right under “Search” (shown as C).

II. Download and play

Select the title of a video/audio on the home page or in the categorized content, and click the “Download” button on the title overview page. Choose the desired format for your download.
  1. Audio file download example
  2. Video file download example

III. Audio File Format

Audio files are MP3 files that can be played on cell phones, smart phones, tablets, personal computers, MP3 players, and appliances with multi-media support.
 

IV. Video File Format

Video files are MP4 or MKV files that can be played on smart phones, tablets, personal computers, media players, and TVs with multi-media support. When downloading files, you can select from various resolutions and multilingual subtitles.
  1. MP4 Format:
    a. VCD/DVD quality (embedded subtitles): These can be played directly without further subtitle selection.
    b. DVD quality (external subtitles): Subtitled files are available in “idx+sub” or “srt” format, and should be decompressed prior to use.
  2. MKV Format:
    DVD/HD quality (may be switched to different subtitles): Each video comes with multilingual subtitles.
    If subtitles cannot be shown, you can download “idx+sub” or “srt” subtitle files.
Video Spec Resolution Subtitles File Format File Size
Smartphones
(Embeded Subtitles)
VCD Quality
320x240
480x270
Aulacese
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
English
Spanish
mp4 Approximately
100MB-250MB
 
Tablets
(Embeded Subtitles)
DVD Quality
640x480 (4:3)
640x360 (16:9)
Aulacese
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
English
Spanish
mp4 Approximately
500MB-1GB
 
PCs
(Extenal Subtitles)
DVD Quality
640x480 (4:3)
640x360 (16:9)
704x396 (16:9)
Multilingual Support mp4 (Video)
zip (Subtitles)
* How to use external subtitles
Approximately
500MB-1GB
 
PCs
(Switchable Subtitles)
DVD Quality
640x480 (4:3)
640x360 (16:9)
704x396 (16:9)
Multilingual Support mkv
*With multilingual subtitles
*If not shown, please download "srt" or "idx+sub" subtitle files
Approximately
500MB-1GB
 
HDTV
(Switchable Subtitles)
HD Quality
1280x720
1920x1080
Multilingual Support mkv
*With multilingual subtitles
*If not shown, please download "srt" or "idx+sub" subtitle files
720p Approximately
3-4GB

1080p Approximately
6-9GB


V. Subtitle File Format

  1. SUB Format :
    Sub format subtitles require 2 kinds of files - image archive files (.sub files) and the title index files (.idx file). These files are larger than for the SRT format, but since they are image based, they do not depend on fonts installed on your playback device. This means there is no possibility of garbled text. The image files are automatically resized to fit your screen, so if you have a large screen, it is possible that you will notice jagged edges on the subtitles. In general, subtitles in SUB format cannot be manually resized.
  2. SRT Format :
    Srt file contains subtitles in text format. An SRT file is small, and video playback software usually has settings to adjust the size of the subtitles to best fit your screen size. If garbled text appears on screen, this is because an incorrect font has been selected for the subtitles. In this case, please make sure the correct playback device fonts are included and are selected in your playback settings if necessary for your device.

VI. Video Playing

  1. Smart phones/Tablets
    a. Use built-in video player
    b. Please download the appropriate software:
    Android: MX player, Kodi, BS Player
    iOS (iPhone, iPad): nPlayer, CineXPlayer HD, Media Player, AVPlayerHD, or Sub Video Player for iPad
  2. Laptops/Desktops
    a. Use built-in video player
    b. Please download free software
    PC: Potplayer, VLC, GOM Player
    MAC: MPlayerX , VLC
  3. TV
    a. New models with multi-media USB support: Load video files into a USB, and insert it into a TV USB port for playing.
    b. Older models without multi-media USB support: Connect a TV Box and connect its video output to a TV for viewing.
    c. If you are using an Android device, we suggest you install Kodi media player to view this video.