I opened a camera and my internet browser wants to install some drivers. What is happening and what should I do?
It is a camera, which needs a vendor-specific driver for displaying the content. This driver is necessary for displaying the live video or for camera control. Without installing this driver the camera will not be displayed. As a rule those vendor-specific drivers are safe, however worldcamera.net does not take any responsibility for installing them.
Instead of displaying video from a camera, my web browser asks me to install Active-X plug-in. Is it safe?
Streaming of live video is only possible if your browser has a plug-in installed which enables displaying that type of video. These plug-ins often depend on specific camera manufacturer. So for different types of cameras you need different plug-ins. These drivers are provided by manufacturers of hardware. Usually these drivers are safe, but installing of plug-ins is on your own risk.
In which web browsers can I use this site?
As to our tests, the website is compatible with all major web browsers. For example Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari. Viewing is possible on all current desktops, laptops and mobiles.
Can I use RSS feed?
Sure, we are providing list of ten new cameras via RSS feed. The feed is compatible with all current web browsers, readers on PC and mobile devices.
What to do if I haven’t found the answer?
If you haven’t found the answer for your question, feel free to send us an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will promptly come back to you.
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