Who is eligible to sign-up to EnhanceTV?
EnhanceTV is available for all teachers and students associated with an eligible Australian school. An eligible Australian school is one which has a Screenrights licence. This excludes tertiary institutions. All Government and Catholic schools, as well as many independent schools, have a Screenrights licence. If you are not sure if your institution has a Screenrights licence, please contact us. For information about obtaining a Screenrights licence, visit the Screenrights website
Can I trial EnhanceTV before subscribing?
A free trial is offered for whole school subscriptions. This will give the school access to our entire catalogue of movies, documentaries and TV shows as well as all the features such as the ability to easily clip programs, create playlists and share videos. Restrictions can be set on what content students can access during the trial. No credit card details are required and there is no obligation to sign up once the trial is completed.
Why is my school not appearing in the drop down menu during the sign-up process?
Schools without a Screenrights licence will not appear in the drop down list during the sign-up process. For more information on Screenrights licences visit Screenrights website
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My email address is not being recognised during the sign-up process, what do I do?
You need to use your school email to sign-up to EnhanceTV. If this is not being recognised, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Does EnhanceTV sell DVD's?
We do not sell DVD's, all videos are streamed.
Can I purchase individual video downloads?
We no longer sell individual video downloads.
What is the difference between streaming and downloading?
When streaming a video, a continuous stream of data is sent and played as it arrives. Internet connection is required to stream a video. When downloading a video, a copy of the file is made to your local device. This file can be viewed anytime, even without an internet connection.