Right click on Flash content and select Settings from the menu.A small dialogue window will open, with tabs at the bottom.Flash Player automatically detects any video cameras on your computer and displays the name of the default camera it will use.If you do not select another camera from the pop-up menu, Flash Player uses the default camera.OS: Windows 7 Enterprise (32-bit), Service Pack 1Thank you!You are about to view a page that may contain sexual content and/or photographs.I used my webcam in the browser, when I was taking a coursera signature track course.I use a chat room which uses adobe flash for webcams to video conference.
My webcam freeze frames on the first image it sees, and incoming audio/video just skips like a broken CD. I believe this problem occured directly after the latest flash update.
You may want to display this panel again if, for example, you want Flash Player to use a different camera.
I'm running the latest version of Ubuntu, and I have a Dell Sp2009wfd monitor with built in microphone and webcam. Before you're able to use your microphone and camera inputs in your browser, you need to explicitly allow it in the Flash Settings window.
Click on the middle tab (third from left) which depicts a folder and a green arrow.
Now, click on the 'Allow' option, with the green check icon. This won't work, if, after selecting 'Settings' from the drop-down menu Flash refuses to accept mouse clicks.