6.2 You MAY stream audio and video content that is not rights-restricted or where the user would benefit from ‘seeking’ (navigating quickly to a chosen point within a stream.6.3 Where the encoding infrastructure exists, you MUST stream live audio and video content in Flash format: where it does not you SHOULD stream the content in Flash format.6.3.1 There are two exceptions to this: 6.3.2 Also refer to section 5 above for information about transcoding archive content.

5.2 If you are relaunching or actively directing users towards a site that includes archive audio or video files, you SHOULD transcode the assets into Flash and use the EMP to display them, as specified in the sections below.

5.3 You MUST transcode any legacy content that is rebroadcast; however, you do not need to transcode legacy content that is already provided online if there are no plans to rebroadcast it (for example, the back catalogue of the Today programme).

Top of page 6.1 You MUST stream rights-sensitive audio and video content UNLESS the content is to be distributed as a DRM download using the i Player Desktop application.

1.3 It does not discuss how audio and video files are displayed and distributed on other platforms; for example, wifi, radio, mobile phones, and games consoles.

Top of page 2.1 In this document we use the following definitions: Top of page 3.1 The i Player displays all content that has been approved for use by the Online Steering Group.

This Group includes representatives from Vision, Journalism and A&Mi and determines what content should be displayed using the i Player.3.1.1 In general, this is all scheduled audio and video content that has been broadcast in the previous seven days.3.1.2 If in doubt, contact the FM&T Controller, Vision and Online Media Group.Top of page 4.1 You MUST use the EMP to display audio and video content on uk that is not displayed using the i Player; namely, off-schedule and short-form video and audio content.4.1.1 The only exceptions to this are: 4.2 You MUST follow the instructions provided on the EMP website [ internal BBC site.4.2.1 You MUST apply for an exemption in order to use the chromeless EMP (the version of the EMP that has no user controls).

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This Group includes representatives from Vision, Journalism and A&Mi and determines what content should be displayed using the i Player.

3.1.1 In general, this is all scheduled audio and video content that has been broadcast in the previous seven days.

3.1.2 If in doubt, contact the FM&T Controller, Vision and Online Media Group.

Top of page 4.1 You MUST use the EMP to display audio and video content on uk that is not displayed using the i Player; namely, off-schedule and short-form video and audio content.

4.1.1 The only exceptions to this are: 4.2 You MUST follow the instructions provided on the EMP website [ internal BBC site]].

4.2.1 You MUST apply for an exemption in order to use the chromeless EMP (the version of the EMP that has no user controls).

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This Group includes representatives from Vision, Journalism and A&Mi and determines what content should be displayed using the i Player.

3.1.1 In general, this is all scheduled audio and video content that has been broadcast in the previous seven days.

3.1.2 If in doubt, contact the FM&T Controller, Vision and Online Media Group.

Top of page 4.1 You MUST use the EMP to display audio and video content on uk that is not displayed using the i Player; namely, off-schedule and short-form video and audio content.

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