ABC iView, available quota free for iiNet customers as part of the iiNet Freezone at www.iinet.net.au/my/media/abc, is a new way to watch TV. No longer tied to the television set, Australians now have access to a quality, high-resolution, full-screen viewing experience on their computer. At the click of a mouse, viewers can choose what to watch, when to watch, and where to watch ABC content from five channels including:
ABC CatchUp — showcasing the weekly programs that everyone's talking about from ABC1 and ABC2.
ABC News — the latest news from Australia and worldwide, as well as weekly current affairs programs from ABC's award-winning team.
ABC Kazam! — the ultimate kids' fantasy channel offering a high energy mix of action, adventure and animation.
ABC Docs — a hand-picked selection of natural history programs, social documentaries and factual series.
ABC Arts — culture comes alive with a specially crafted schedule that celebrates the arts in Australia and beyond.
There is also a sixth channel — ABC Shop — which plays previews for programs which can be rented or purchased as high-quality downloads from ABC Shop Downloads.
ABC iView uses the Adobe Flash Player to provide a high-quality, high-resolution experience for viewers watching ABC content.
The Adobe Flash Player can be downloaded and installed by following the instructions at the Adobe Flash Player Download Centre.
Generally speaking, any common Web browser on Windows or Mac OS X is fully supported, including Internet Explorer and Firefox. A full list of supported browsers and platforms is available at the Adobe Flash Player System Requirements page.
The Adobe Flash Player can be uninstalled by using the Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller. Instructions and download links for this uninstaller are provided in the Adobe Knowledge Base.
In some cases, you may be unable to upgrade to the latest version of the Adobe Flash Player if there is a problem with the current Flash Player installation. This can usually be resolved by following these steps: