Here is what you’ll need to successfully stream Bluprint content:
An active internet connection with a download speed of at least 20.0 Mbps. Test your speed for free. Although 20.0 Mbps is the minimum, anything under 30.0 Mbps can still cause problems.
Bluprint videos will generally take about 380MB for 20 minutes of streaming video at the highest resolution and about 110MB for 20 minutes streaming at the lowest resolution.
In order to play our videos (all coded in HTLM5 format), you’ll need an up to date operating system and browser. The latest versions of the following web browsers are supported, listed in order of our recommendation:
With our most recent updates to the site, Internet Explorer is no longer supported for Bluprint or the Bluprint Shop. We suggest using Chrome, and if you would like to stay with a Microsoft browser, you can use Edge, but only the latest version is supported.
*Using an unsupported browser or version of a browser will cause a blank screen on Bluprint and the Bluprint Shop. If you are seeing a blank screen, we suggest updating your browser or trying a different browser.
The Bluprint site is designed to run smoothly on the most current two versions of Windows (8 and 10) and Mac (10) operating systems. If you are using an operating system that is older than this, we would highly recommend updating to a more current version.
For the iOS Bluprint app, you'll need to be running iOS version 11 or higher. You can find the iOS Bluprint app in the App Store here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bluprint-watch-learn/id1290363795?mt=8
For the Android Bluprint app, you'll need to be running Android version 6.0 (Marshmallow The Android Bluprint app can be found in the Google Play Store here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.craftsy.membership&hl=en_US
NEW - Roku
You can download the Bluprint channel to your device, and the Bluprint channel is compatible with Roku models from 2015 and later. Be sure to use the same login and password that you use on our Bluprint site will work in the Roku app so you can get right to that subscription.
The Bluprint site may work on a range of devices; however, it’s recommended that you use a “supported” device. A supported device means that the Bluprint site has been tested, and approved, to allow the best experience while using the specific device. The following devices are not supported for Bluprint at this time, so to get the best crafting experience please be sure to use an alternate device:
|Amazon Devices (Kindle, Fire, etc.)||Unsupported|
|Apple TV||No app available|
|Chromecast||Unavailable in apps|