The Beautiful Outlaw downloadable video files are full HD resolution, and require quite a bit of processing power to play on your computer. If your computer can not handle the files, you may experience skipping, and audio video out-of-sync situations.
How do I know if my computer will handle the video?
There is not an exact science involved in assessiong your computer's readiness for HD video, as there are many factors that can contribute to the issue. If your computer is generally sluggish, or slow to boot, it is unlikely that it will play the video files well, regardless of age. Memory, processor, and the "level" of computer (high end vs. entry level) and even the number of applications installed on your computer will all affect the result.
If you are using Windows, and trying to view the videos with Windows Media Player, and experiencing issues, please consider installing the free "VLC" media player at www.videolan.org
We have found that the performance on some computers is much improved over Windows Media Player.
If you are using an Apple MAC, our experience has been that any MAC manufactured in the last 3-4 years should be able to play the videos.
Last, if you are unable to get the downloads to work, consider the streaming product, which is delivered real-time over the internet much like YouTube, and the quality can auto-adjust based on conditions. You can find the streaming video here: http://bit.ly/RHOutlawStreaming