Watch our videos on multiple devices!
HeidiSongs has partnered with Vimeo to offer you streaming, on-demand videos of many of our DVD's. Easy, reliable streaming is available thru most internet browsers and many other platforms, including iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, and Chromecast. Each offers you unlimited, easy viewing, anytime you have a connection.
Vimeo - Most of our videos are available on this platform, with 12 month rentals for all types of devices, and is the easiest way to stream. One issue with Vimeo is it only streams the whole movie, start to finish, so finding individual songs can be a challenge. We've added some simple timecode tags, to help get to each song, which helps tremondously... but we will continue to look for ways to make this interface easier to use. The Vimeo player works like all other media players, which allows you to scroll along the timeline to find the song you want or you can choose from the song listing. We've had wonderful feedback from our Vimeo customers, and it's available worldwide so a whole new audience has been able to appreciate Heidi's songs!
VHX - We're are currently seeing critical issues with this platform and are re-evaluating it's use for streaming our movies. If you have rented on this platform, your videos will be available to you for the extent of your rental period, and we will contact you directly if we determine that needs to change. In the meantime, we no longer recommend this platform for streaming and would advise you to move to Vimeo for the immediate future. Thank you for your patience while we continue to navigate these quickly changing, digital distribution platforms!
What you'll need: A fairly fast internet connection, an up-to-date browser on your computer, or a playback app for your individual device.
Apps can be found here: Vimeo Device Apps
It's always important to test your device before you make your rental purchase through Vimeo, as we don't have the ability to refund purchases if your device is unsupported or if you have a poor or inconsistent internet connection. Heidi discovered this when she tried to use the videos on her school computer, only to realize the Window's Internet Explorer browser was outdated, and she had to call the district for an update. An easy test is to verify that the movie "trailer" plays well on your device or computer, if it does, you should not have a problem with purchasing a movie.
Want to know more? Check out the support websites for both of these providers here: