1) First of all of course: a card that you can order via our website. From the confirmation email and the e-ticket you receive after completing your order, you can click through to the stream 2) A smartphone, tablet, computer or smart TV to watch the stream. This device must have an up-to-date Internet browser.
What are the minimum requirement for my computer or phone to view the stream?
In addition to a good internet connection, we recommend the following browsers:
- Apple macOS: Safari 12 and later / FireFox 71 and up / Chrome 81 and later
- Windows: Edge 80 and up / FireFox 71 and up / Chrome 81 and later
- iOS of iPadOS: versie 12 of hoger, Safari browser
- Android: versie 8 of hoger, Chrome browser
Can I cast the stream to my TV?
Of course, you can also watch the stream on your television. Casting the live stream can be done via various options.
Via Airplay (Apple TV) From an iPhone or iPad Connect your Apple iPhone or iPad to the same WiFinetwork as your Apple TV or AirPlay 2 compatible smart TV.
Go to the stream via your iPhone or iPad, tap the Airplay icon in the video player, and choose the device you want to watch on.
From a Mac Connect your Mac to the same WiFinetwork as your Apple TV or AirPlay 2-compatible smart TV. On your Mac, go to the stream and click on the Airplay icon in the video player. Choose the device you want to watch.
Via Chromecast Via your Chrome browser (desktop or laptop) Open Chrome on your computer and go to the stream. At the top right, click More, and then click Cast. Choose the Chromecast device you want to watch the stream on. If you're already using Chromecast, the content replaces what's currently displayed on the TV.
Cast your computer screen
You can view your entire computer screen from Chrome on Mac, Windows, and Chromebooks. To do this, open Chrome on your computer and go to the stream. At the top right, click More, and then click Cast. At the top, next to Cast to, click the down arrow and choose Cast Desktop. Choose the Chromecast device you want to watch the stream on.
Cast your entire Android screen
Make sure your mobile phone or tablet is connected to the same WiFinetwork as the Chromecast device. Open the Google Home app. Tap the device you want to cast the screen to. Tap Cast My Screen, and then tap Cast Screen.
Using an HDMI cable connect the HDMI cable to the output of your computer and to the HDMI input of your TV. For the image settings of your operating system, select the TV as output. Turn on the TV, and choose the HDMI input of your TV as input. After that, your TV will immediately display the image and sound of your computer. Then go to the stream from your computer.
Via your smart TV Go via the menu of your smart TV to the application of the internet browser. Navigate over the Internet to the URL of the live streaming website to open this page on your TELEVISION. Play the stream by pressing the play button.
Help, my stream won't start!
This probably has to do with the cookies in your browser. Delete it, then close your browser and try again. It is also possible that the stream is blocked by an AdBlocker or antivirus program. Turn off your AdBlocker and/or make an exception for the stream in your antivirus program. If this does not work, try watching the stream in a different browser. Do you use Chrome and have extensions installed that collect data? Then turn these off. If the above doesn't help, update your browser.
The stream falters or crashes
Check if your internet connection is ok. If this is not the problem, choose a lower playback quality through the quality selector icon in the play bar. If this does not help, delete your cookies and restart the stream.
The stream is blocked in my browser
The stream may be blocked by an AdBlocker or antivirus program. Turn off your AdBlocker and/or make an exception for the stream in your antivirus program. If the above doesn't help, update your browser.
I do have an image but no sound
Check in the video player if the sound is not set to'mute'via the sound icon in the playerbar . If the sound in the video player is on, check under settings of the device to which sound source the sound is sent. For example, your Bluetooth headset may be connected to your device and for the sound to play via the device you need to set the 'output' channel on the device itself instead of the headphones.
Can I test somewhere in advance if everything works properly?
We are currently working on a page where you can test your connection and settings in advance. Check this page regularly for information about this.
Can I watch the live stream on demand?
It differs per program whether the live broadcast can still be watched on demand afterwards. You can find more information about this on the program page.
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