We currently offer our video art streaming service via our website and via apps on AppleTV and Roku. Your subscription gives you access to our content on all platforms. Below is information on how our service works and how you can purchase a subscription.
Creating an Account
You can create an account and purchase a subscription by registering on our website at www.videothequeartstream.com. Our subscription page may be found by clicking “Log in” on the top right corner of our home page.
Purchasing a Subscription
We offer two subscriptions. A Monthly Plan for $4.99 per month and a Yearly Plan for $49.99 per year. You receive two free months if you purchase a Yearly Plan.
We strongly recommend that you have an internet speed of at least 5Mbps, and preferably 10Mbps to 50Mbps to use our service. We do not offer refunds or trouble-shooting if your internet speed is not sufficient.
We recommend that you stream our videos to your TV via a streaming device, such as AppleTV and Roku. These devices have buffering technology that enhance the streaming of video content, and provide for a better viewing experience than streaming from your computer or TV internet browser.
Tips on streaming from your PC to your TV can be found on the internet by searching “How to stream from your computer to your TV”. To stream via your computer, Chomecast is recommended.
Free Trial Period
By purchasing a subscription, you are entitled to a 7-day free trial period. You will not be charged as long as you cancel within the 7-day period. If you cancel after the free trial period, you will be charged only for the applicable period that you purchased.
If you decide to cancel later, you will not be charged following expiration of the applicable period that you purchased. We do not give refunds for partial periods. If you have any problems canceling, please email us at: email@example.com
Methods of Payment
Our payment provider is Stripe. Stripe accepts all major credit cards. We do not store your credit card information. Stripe is responsible for processing all of our payments and for the security of your information.
Passwords; Forgot Password
Your password must be at least 8 characters. If you forget your password, there is a link on the Log in screen to reset your password.
For any questions concerning your account or our service, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To access our AppleTV app, simply download the Videothèque app to your AppleTV and enter your account login and password. It is not necessary to create a new account or purchase a subscription via the Apple Store.
On the AppleTV app, our videos are organized by rows in the following order:
· Curated featured playlists
· Videos organized by Genre
· Videos organized by Activity
You can move up and down the rows with your remote. We have over 100 genres and activities to choose from.
Each row is a self-contained playlist. Find a theme that matches your mood or interest. Click any video in the row, and the remaining videos in the row will play in sequential order and repeat with continuous looping. You can stream art all day to your TV with a few simple clicks of your remote.
If you want to create your own playlist, you can do this via your Favorites. By designating a video as one of your Favorites, it is saved on your Favorites page.
You can access your Favorites page by swiping up with your remote at the top banner. Videos are stored in the order that you Favorite them. Your Favorites play just like a regular playlist. Videos play in sequential order and are repeated with continuous looping.
You can access the Search bar by swiping up with your remote at the top banner. You can search for videos by artist name, title and key descriptive tags. All the videos that match your Search criteria will appear below the Search bar.
The results of your Search will not play as a playlist. Each video plays individually. If you wish to view your Search results as a playlist, you must add a video to your Favorites.
For information regarding our artists and their works, please visit the Artist section of our website. Our artists are organized in alphabetical order by first name. By clicking the name of each artist, you will retrieve their bio and the videos they present through Videothèque.
To access our Roku app/channel, download the Roku app/channel to your home page. When you access subscriber content, you will be asked to enter an access code. Enter the access code on the Subscription page of our website after you log in. Your Roku device should activate within a few seconds.
On the Roku app, our videos are organized in Category themed sections. Explore a Category to discover the videos you desire. You can move up and down the Category sections with your remote.
Each Category contains a playlist of videos organized by theme. Categories include curated featured content, videos by genres, videos by activities and recently added videos. We have over 100 sub categories of videos, or playlists.
The videos in each Category are organized in rows that function as a self-contained playlist. Click any video in the row, and the remaining videos in the row will play in sequential order. Playlists do not repeat or loop continuously. At the end of each playlist, play will cease. (We expect to add a looping feature very shortly.)
The results of your Search will also play as a playlist.
You can access the Search bar by going to the search Category located at the very top of the screen. You can search for videos by artist name, title and key descriptive tags. All the videos that match your Search criteria will appear below the Search bar. The results of your Search will play as a playlist. Playlists do not repeat or loop continuously. At the end of each playlist, play will cease.
For information regarding our artists and their works, please visit our website. Our artists are organized in alphabetical order by first name. By clicking the name of each artist, you will retrieve their bio and the videos they present through Videothèque.
To access our website, go to www.videothequeartstream.com. A selection of our videos can be viewed without a subscription. These are found on the top rows. To view subscriber content, it is necessary to create an account and login.
Our videos are organized on the website by rows in the following order:
· Curated playlists
· Videos organized by genre
· Videos organized by activity
Each row is like a playlist. We have over 100 playlists. As you move the cursor down, the next three playlists will load on the webpage.
Each row is a self-contained playlist. Click any video in the row, and a player will appear with all of the videos in the playlist. The videos will play in sequential order with repeat, continuous looping.
You can search for videos by artist name, title and key descriptive tags using the search tool bar at the top of the page. All the videos that match your Search criteria will appear below the Search bar. The results of your Search will play individually, but not as a playlist.
Our artists are organized in alphabetical order by first name. By clicking the name of each artist, you will retrieve their bio and the videos they present through Videothèque.
Terms of Service
Many of our videos contain music. The music was selected by the artist and is an integral part of their artistic expression. Our policy is not to modify the works of an artist. If you would prefer not to hear the music, simply mute the sound.
Some of our video content may be for mature audiences. As an art distribution company, our policy is not to censure or modify the works of our artists. We have attempted to mark those videos that may be for Mature viewing only. However, we cannot screen all videos for content that may be inappropriate for all viewers.
You must be 18 years of age or older to subscribe to the Videothèque service. In certain jurisdictions, the age of majority may be older than 18, in which case, you must satisfy that age in order to subscribe. While individuals under the age of 18 may utilize our service, they may do so only with the involvement, supervision, and approval of a parent or legal guardian.
We are not able to monitor the viewing age of our audience. Some of our apps, however, may have built in restrictions for viewing. We are not responsible for the reliability of those systems.
We may update our Terms of Service from time to time in response to changing legal, regulatory or operational requirements. We will provide notice of any such changes (including when they will take effect) in accordance with law.
Your continued use of the Videothèque service after any such updates take effect will constitute acceptance of those changes. If you do not accept any updates to our terms of service, you may cancel your use of the Videothèque service.
To see when this information was last updated, please see the date under “Last Updated” below.
Last updated: October 23, 2016