NBCOlympics.com is the only online destination in the U.S. for competition video of the 2010 Winter Games from Vancouver -- if it's Olympic action, it's exclusive to NBCOlympics.com.
Select video content, such as athlete features and interviews, can be viewed off-site in an embeddable NBCOlympics.com player. Go here for a collection of such clips.
Below are key features and functionality of the NBCOlympics.com video player:
+ ALL video on NBCOlympics.com is FREE. You will never be asked to pay for any video content on the site.
+ ALL video on NBCOlympics.com is powered by Microsoft's Silverlight technology. You must have the latest version of Silverlight to watch video. Click here for the free and simple download.
+ Most video on NBCOlympics.com will be viewed in one of three places:
+ The player offers DVR-style controls that enable you to pause live action, skip forward or backward by using a dial or pushing the fast-forward/rewind buttons. Plus, you can instantly switch to slow-motion or skip back to replay what you just saw.
+ For certain clips, you can maneuver throughout the clip using "Key Events" marked on the timeline. You can click directly on the marks, or on the "Key Events" button to see a list with clickable links that take you directly to a specific, noteworthy point in the clip. For long-form content, a "Play by Play" overlay will be available and can also be used to navigate the video being watched.
+ In full-page mode, to the right of the player, you'll be able to sign in to Facebook to share the clip being viewed and see what your friends are saying about it. Multiple other options for sharing are available as well, including Twitter, Digg, etc.
+ Also to the right of the player, if you click on "Inside this Video," you'll see non-video content and links -- such as athlete profiles -- related to the clip being watched.
+ From full-page mode, you can click on the "enlarge" icon to watch video in full-screen mode, featuring a larger display of HD-quality video, the same DVR controls, content overlays and more.
+ Click here for the NBCOlympics.com video FAQ page.
+ Click here to contact us with questions about the site.