This is video and/or audio content that is designed to be hosted on an internet server somewhere, and which people can access through an internet connection and a specific URL that guides the browser to it. The video is encoded to be of a specific 'data rate' which can be adjusted to suit the intended audience's connection speed. The picture and sound quality varies up or down with faster or slower connection speeds. The content can also vary in apparent size on the end user's monitor, the larger the picture the higher the data rate must be to retain a reasonably good quality picture and sound. Another, now less used method of decreasing the data rate required for good quality picture is to drop the 'frame rate' of the video, ie, if the video is originally 25 frames per second, it may be possible to retain enough of a sense of fluid movement at say 15 - 18 fps. It can however produce a stuttering look to the video if it shows faster movement.