Skiboarding Video Clips

Telemarking on Skiboards
Telemarking on Skiboards

Telemark Bigfoot - An Epic Tale Of Small Proportions

Big Fun On very small skis. This video demonstrates that the potential of skiboards is truly endless.

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Skiboarding Action Video
Skiboarding Action Video

By Skiboards.com and Canon Skiboards

Footage of experts and novices performing radical tricks and generally enjoying the slopes.

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Windows Media
Skates and Skiboards
Skates and Skiboardcs

Skates and Skiboards!

Rail Riding and Park Tricks on skates and skiboards!!!

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Real Media
Windows Media
The Black Tape
Black Tape

Extreme Skiboarding!

Huge Air and Radical Tricks by the Pros!!!

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Real Media
Windows Media
Help:
In order to play these video clips, you will need RealPlayer (now called RealOne Player) or Windows Media Player (generally included with Windows 98 and above). If you don't already have RealOne Player to play these video clips, you can download it at no charge below:
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If you use a Windows-based PC (95/98/NT) with a Pentium-class processor or the Macintosh operating system, download the latest RealOne Player. This player provides the highest sound quality available. Note that this link may offer one or more paid software products. However, you should look for and click on the link that says "FREE RealOne Player".

If you use Unix, download the RealOne Player for UNIX.
If you are a DISHPlayer 500, WebTV Classic or Plus user, your system already supports versions of Real Player. Real Player is not currently available on UltimateTV systems however. For more information, you can contact WebTV at 1-800-469-3288.

Problems Playing Clips on RealPlayer?
First, test your Real Player and verify that you can play the clips available at Real.com. If you are not able to play clips on that site, you should consult the troubleshooting tips available at Real.com. If you are able to play clips on that site, the problem may be high traffic. You may need to try again on non-peak hours (other than between 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. Pacific time).

Problems Accessing RealPlayer Once You've Downloaded It?
Normally when you install the RealPlayer, your web browser is automatically set up. However, if you click on a video clip and and it doesn't work, you may need to manually configure your browser for RealAudio. You will want to go to View or Help in your main menu, then find the Preferences or Options selection. For AOL users or Internet Explorer, you may have to double-click on My Computer on the desktop and then choose Options under View in the menu bar. Once there, you will need to enter the following into your browser preferences and then launch the program:
  • Description: RealPlayer
  • MIME Type: audio
  • MIME SubType: x-pn-realaudio
  • File Extensions: ra, rm, ram

    Can't Hear Any Sound?
    This could mean that RealPlayer still needs to be installed. To install your RealPlayer once it is downloaded, locate and launch the file you downloaded. You can do this by doing a Find file on the Mac or PC, or by examining your hard drive or checking your desktop. Once you find it, double click the icon to launch RealPlayer.

    Sound Quality Problems?
    Generally, this is due to high traffic on your local ISP or the Internet itself. You may have to try listening later. However, if the audio sounds distorted (too fast, too slow, lots of static), you could try changing your RealPlayer performance settings:
  • Go to View menu, choose Preferences.
  • Select the Performance tab.
  • Select the Settings button in the Sound Card Compatibility section.
  • Select the Disable 16-bit sound or Disable custom sampling check boxes to modify the way that RealPlayer and the sound card interact. You may need to experiment a bit here to find the right setting.
  • Select OK in the Sound Card Compatibility dialog box.
  • Select OK in the Preferences.

    Problems with Windows Media Player
    Windows Media Player streams video, but it buffers enough data to complete the video before it begins play. During the buffering period Windows Media Player displays a black screen with the message "Connecting...". If you see this message please wait while the video downloads. Larger videos may take a few minutes on a dial up connection.