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How to Access The Copper Queen Film on Arizona Opera OnDemand

 

Creating Your Arizona Opera OnDemand account

  • Open the web browser of your choice (ex. Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) and go to https://ondemand.azopera.org/checkout/subscribe/signup.
  • Create your account using your NAME, EMAIL, and the PASSWORD of your choice.
  • Click JOIN.
  • If prompted, sign into your new Arizona Opera OnDemand account.
  • Once signed in, click on BROWSE to view available videos.

 

Signing Into Your Arizona Opera OnDemand account

  • Open web browser of your choice (ex. Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) and go to ondemand.azopera.org.
  • In the top right corner, click on SIGN IN.
  • Enter the email address associated with your Arizona Opera OnDemand account.
  • Enter your Arizona Opera OnDemand password.
  • Once signed in, click on BROWSE to view available videos.
  • Find The Copper Queen Film under AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. If you have not already purchased the film, proceed to checkout by clicking BUY $15.
  • If you have already purchased The Copper Queen Film, there will be a WATCH button to start watching the film.

 

From TV using a Smart TV

  • Make sure you have a web browser app installed. The name can vary between the make and model of your TV, but most are labeled INTERNET.
  • Once you have opened a web browser app, follow the steps above for Creating/Signing into your Arizona Opera OnDemand account.

 

From TV using an Apple TV

  • There is no native web browser available on Apple TV, however you can view your iPhone (or Mac) screen on your Apple TV.
    • How to view your iPhone screen on your TV
      • Swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone to view Control Center.
      • Tap on Screen Mirroring Choose your Apple TV.
      • You may be required to enter an AirPlay code for the Apple TV you are connecting too. This code will appear on the TV Screen attached to the Apple TV.
      • Navigate to Safari on your iPhone and surf the web.
      • If you rotate our iPhone into landscape you should be able to view the web using the full screen of your TV (some apps, like Facebook won’t rotate).
      • Follow the steps above for Creating/Signing into your Arizona Opera OnDemand account.
         

         

    • How to view the screen of your Mac on your TV
      • Click on the AirPlay icon from the menu bar at the top of the screen (a triangle pointing into a box).
      • Choose your Apple TV from the options.
      • You may be required to enter an AirPlay code for the Apple TV you are connecting too. This code will appear on the TV Screen attached to the Apple TV.
      • Your Mac display may alter so that it is optimized for the Apple TV (this made everything smaller on our MacBook screen).
      • There are a few different ways you can set up AirPlay on your Mac and TV screen. You could mirror the Mac screen on the TV, in which case you will see everything on your Mac duplicated over on the TV.
      • However, if you want to surf on your TV screen, while leaving your Mac free to do something else, you can change the arrangement of your screens - this would be ideal if you wanted to stream video to your TV while typing into a Pages document on your Mac at the same time.
      • Open System Preferences > Display and click on Arrangement
      • Deselect Mirror Displays, the screen will flash off and on again and you will no longer be mirroring.
      • Based on how you arrange the screens you can drag your Safari (or other browser) window over to the Apple TV screen. To figure out which display is which in the illustration under the Arrangement tab click on the screen and you will see a red outline on the one that represents the Apple TV. Drag in that direction and the browser will appear on your TV screen.
      • You can now use your mouse, or trackpad to scroll around the browser on your TV screen.
      • Follow the steps above for Creating/Signing into your Arizona Opera OnDemand account.
         

         

From TV using an Amazon Fire TV Stick

  • Make sure you have a web browser app installed, like Amazon Silk. Once the web browser has been installed, open it as you would any other app and use your Fire TV Stick remote to input website addresses, select links, and scroll web pages.
  • Follow the steps above for Creating/Signing into your Arizona Opera OnDemand account.

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Please note, not all devices are made the same. Your experience may vary.