Proclaim Conference 2016
Live Blog Proclaim Webcast 4

Proclaim Webcast Info Times

  • Thursday 1st of September
    10am - 11.35am (AEST)

    - Now on Demand
    Keynote 1: Cardinal Donald Wuerl "Pope Francis, Renewal and Parish Evangelisation"
  • Friday 2nd of September
    8.30am - 11.10am (AEST)

    - Now on Demand
    Keynote 2: Dr Susan Timoney "The Missionary Mandate of the Parish: Christian Life Embedded in Our Neighbourhoods"
    Keynote 3: Mr Daniel Ang "The Evangelising Parish in the Australian Church: Strategies for Prophetic Witness"
  • Saturday 3rd of September
    9.45am – 11am (AEST)

    - Now on Demand
    Keynote 4: Bishop Nicholas Hudson "Oases of mercy: parishes which radiate Christ"
  • Saturday 3rd of September
    1.30pm – 3pm (AEST)

    - Now on Demand
    Panel Response

'How To' Watch the Proclaim Conference 2016 Live Webcast

To ensure a smooth running of your webcast, you will need to have the following:

  • Internet Connection
  • Computer/Laptop
  • Speakers

A method of viewing the webcast (i.e. your computer screen, or a projector and big screen; plasma TV; etc)

  1. Internet Connection
    For the best possible experience, we recommend a broadband internet connection, including ADSL 1, ADSL 2, cable and/or wireless; with a speed of over 750kbps (0.75mbps). Slower internet connections will still work, however the image may not be as high quality. If you would like to test your connection, visit and click 'begin test'.
  2. Computer
    The live webcast should be accessible from any computer with a suitable internet connection.
    Our recommended browsers are Firefox or Google Chrome for viewing the webcast.
  3. Speakers
    Make sure you have speakers connected to your personal computer if needed.
    If you are webcasting the events at a public venue, use the headphone jack on your computer to connect to a set of speakers or your venues' PA system. Please ensure the speakers are powerful enough to fill the room with sound.
  4. Projector
    If you are webcasting the events at a public venue, connect up your screen/ projector in the usual way. Please refer to the instructions attached to your screen/projector if you have trouble doing this. The webcast will be of high enough quality to project onto a big screen.
  5. Troubleshooting
    Xt3 has put into place several contingency plans to ensure that the WYD Webcast is of high quality, and will run smoothly and uninterrupted. Xt3 staff will be on stand-by providing technical support during the webcast.

If you are experiencing some difficulties accessing the webcast, please refer to the points below:

I can't see any video footage?

The webcast stopped while I was watching the live stream: If the footage has stopped, there may be a temporary interruption in the feed. Refresh the page, and wait 2-3 minutes before trying to refresh again. It may help to exit the site completely and start again.

I can see the webcast, but I can't hear anything: Check that your volume is up and not muted (see speaker icon on your personal computer, normally on the bottom right of your screen), and your speakers are plugged in and switched on.

For technical support please contact (+61 2) 9390 5307, email:

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