Visit the links below for answers to some frequently asked questions about TAMI's website:
- How do I embed one of TAMI's videos into my web page?
- How do I create a DVD (using Windows DVD Maker)
- How do I create a DVD (using iDVD on a Mac
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This website is not compatible with Windows 7 running Internet Explorer v10.
Why you may not find your video on TAMI's website.
TAMI’s online collection represents a on-going curated selection of the large volume of materials we have digitized throughout the years.
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