The technical staff from Abraham-Hicks Publications monitors every Abraham LIVE broadcast, and you can communicate with them via e-mail at email@example.com. If there are technical issues that are affecting the entire broadcast, we will communicate the status of those issues via the chat box on the broadcast web page.
Please take a few minutes to read through these technical requirements prior to participating in Abraham LIVE and refer back to this page before, during, and after the event if you have questions or technical issues.
To have a successful viewing experience, you must have the following:
1. A broadband internet connection* that provides a minimum download speed of 1.5Mbps. To be sure that you have sufficient bandwidth, click here to test it now.
2. The most up-to-date version of either Mozilla Firefox or Apple Safari. We fully support Firefox and Safari, and both are free downloads. Click here for Firefox, or click here for Safari. (Abraham LIVE can be viewed on other internet browsers, but in the event of any issues we will likely have you try one of our supported browsers as a solution.)
3. The latest version of the Adobe Flash Player plugin installed in your browser. Flash Player is also a free download. This step is not nessesary if you are viewing the workshop on an iPad, iPhone or iPod.
Click here for the most up-to-date version for your browser. (Note that if you change browsers, you will have to download and install Flash Player again.)
If you are using Windows 7 operating system, be sure that you are running the correct version of Flash Player by clicking here.
*Satellite-based internet connections have, historically, been problematic for streaming Abraham LIVE, due in large part to the inconsistency of the download speed which falls frequently below the bandwidth minimum of 1.5 Mbps. Similarly, wireless high-speed internet (such as 4G providers) tend to have issues due to fluctuations in signal strength. For these reasons, we strongly recommend viewing Abraham LIVE on a wired broadband connection such as cable modem or DSL.
For users with a data usage cap on their internet service, Abraham LIVE will use approximately 2GB. The on-demand replay will, from start to finish, use another 2GB.