After installing the Windows 10 Creators Update, Edge browser does not play Mediasite content where Flash is required.
Microsoft is restricting Flash in the Creators update. When Edge blocks Flash content it should display a warning with the option to “Allow once” or “Always allow” Flash on the current site. If you wish to override this behavior navigate to Menu > Settings > View Advanced Settings. Toggle “Use Adobe Flash Player” from Off to On.
More information about this change can be found in the Windows Blog here.
Collegerama records lectures with a double video stream; which makes a fairly strong internet connection essential. We are not recording on high resolutions but already our stream is significant. Lowering resolutions to enable smooth playback on poor wifi is no option for us; slides would become unreadable as well as handwriting on black/whiteboards.
Apart from the above, we service the TU Delft by making Collegerama recordings. We do not have copyright on these recordings therefore we can not make downloads available. Lastly, it is simply not possible to make a download with both video streams in one video. So we would have to make a choice: lecturer or slides?
the landing page of Collegerama is indeed not secured by HTTPS, but once you have made your selection you will be redirected to a site which is secured. Our site (Collegerama) will be upgraded tot HTTPS somewhere this year.
The content of Collegerama is only accessible through SurfConnext; your login and password are safe from hackers. Chrome simply tells you that the landing page is not secure.
Recording request students Jos Vermeulen
Collegerama is connected via SurfConext (which is the gateway to all TU Delft platforms). Collegerama only checks your netid on the authentication server. If you can login to your webmail, you should also be able to login to Collegerama.