Finals Audio & Video Archives

On-Demand Video Viewing Information

To view the streamed videos you must have RealPlayer or RealOne installed on your computer (to view highlights from Finals 2006 Quicktime, Flash, or Windows Media Player must be installed on your computer). See below for instructions on downloading RealOne (for Quicktime, Flash, or Windows Media Player click on the links above to install).

After you have set up your web browser with the plug-in listed below, please verify its operation by selecting the appropriate FINALS archived video link below.


Finals 2007 Archives

Finals Audio

Finals Video

Finals 2006 Archives

  • Graduation Highlights (5 min., 39 sec.)

Lawn Ceremony

  • (Academic Procession/Speeches/Recession;2 hrs., 43 min.) Click Here.
  • (Audio stream of Final Exercises and Commencement speech by Governor Tim Kaine.) Click Here.

Finals 2005 Archives

  • Graduation Highlights (4 min., 19 sec.): Click Here

Lawn Ceremony

  • (Academic Procession/ Speeches/Recession; 2 hrs., 17 min.) Click Here.

Finals 2004 Archives (RealOne)

Lawn Ceremony

  • (Academic Procession/ Speeches/Recession.)Click Here.

Finals 2003 Archives(RealOne)

Lawn Ceremony

  • (Academic Procession/ Speeches/Recession.)Click Here.

Finals 2002 Archives(RealPlayer)

  • Graduation Highlights (8 min.)
    • Internet Explorer users click here
    • Netcape Users click here
  • Lawn Ceremony, Part 1 (First hour, Academic Procession/Second hour, Speeches )
    • Internet Explorer users click here
    • Netcape Users click here 
  • Lawn Ceremony, Part 2 (20 min.) (Speeches continued/Recession)
    • Internet Explorer users click here
    • Netcape Users click here

Mac users: If you are using less than OSX please download the latest RealPlayer software. See below.

Finals 2001 Archivces (RealPlayer 8 Basic)

Finals 2000 Archives (QuickTime AND RealPlayer 8 Basic)

Finals 1999 Archives - Video Footage (RealPlayer 8 Basic)

Select/Install Video Player

Some video players come as plug-ins attached to your web browser. Macintosh computers typically have QuickTime and PCs typically have Windows Media and RealPlayer/RealOne Player attached to their web browsers. The viewer will appear as a separate screen, similar to a small television and allow you to continue to use your web browser if you wish. FOR MAXIMUM BROADCAST QUALITY, AVOID HAVING MULTIPLE SOFTWARE PROGRAMS IN USE WHILE VIEWING THE ARCHIVED VIDEO.

If you do not have RealPlayer or RealOne installed on your computer follow the instructions for downloading the plug-in here.


FINALS VIDEO VIEWING ASSISTANCE: If you experience problems viewing video you should contact your local Internet Service Provider or the vendor of the software you are using. See links above.

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