Getting Started

The Streaming Media Service is a facility which permits its users to upload video (in Digital Video format) and audio (in a choice of formats). It then converts that input into a user-selected set of formats suitable for streaming or downloading.

Access to downloads can be world-wide or restricted to the University at the uploader's choice. Other than that there is no restriction on download users. Upload users must be registered and access is usually restricted to staff.

To upload material, or view media marked as visible only within the University, you must log in.
This will redirect to Raven and verify that you are a member of the University.

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Latest uploads

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Latest uploads

01 March 2017 Ash Wednesday


Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (FOLK MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS)


Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (FOLK SONGS)


Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (DANCES)


DAMTP Fluids Seminar broadcasts


Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (EPOS JANGAR)


Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (LEGENDS)


Sixth-form Philosophy Conference

  • Free Speech and Media Ethics

    Lecture entitled 'Free Speech and Media Ethics' given by Professor Rae Langton at the Sixth Form Philosophy conference on Thursday 23 March 2017 at Newnham College Cambridge.

    Created: Mon 27 Mar 2017

  • Free will and neuroscience

    Lecture entitled 'Free will and neuroscience' given by Professor Richard Holton at the Sixth Form Philosophy conference on Friday 15 April 2016 at Newnham College Cambridge.

    Created: Tue 3 May 2016


Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project (TSAGAN SAR)


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