If you're having trouble viewing our 24/7 live-streaming webcams, find out here why and how you can fix the problem. If you want to report a technical problem with any of the webcams, please contact us here.
Until recently, Flash was the main means of delivering live video over the web into your browser. As is always the case with technology, eventually things move on and Flash is no longer the go-to multimedia app for the web – the world has already begun moving to HTML5, a new standard for web pages, interactivity and video playback.
What happened to Flash?
Due to the lack of mobile support, Apple’s resistance to Flash, poor performance and security flaws which weren’t being fixed causing a decline in popularity, browsers on desktop PCS, tablets and mobile devices are no longer supporting Flash content.
Browser support for HTML5
HTML5 Test - check if your browser supports HTML5.
We recommend that you ensure your desktop PC, tablet or mobile device is running the latest operating system updates (especially older versions). For mobile devices, this will allow your latest browser version to be installed via your app store.
Android devices have an internal native browser which has proven compatible along with Firefox also being very reliable.
Still unable to view our wecams?
After ensuring you have the latest operating system updates on your desktop PC, tablet or mobile device, should you not be able to see our webcams, we recommend that you download the latest version on Mozilla Firefox for optimal viewing.
To report a technical problem with any of the webcams, please contact us.