I can help with this one, I even signed up to the forums just to help!!!
OK so you goto the visitor page and down the bottom left you'll see a few little buttons in a row
usually the right one the picture of the video cam is BLUE, and the other 2 are greyish.
To talk to the camera you need a microphone on your computer obviously and the SECOND button clicked so it turns to a little square. To recieve audio from the camera to your speakers click the FIRST one down until it becomes a little square.
To record what your watching with or without audio click the third icon (the video cam) down until it turns to a little square.
And of course to turn it off, click them again.
Hope that helps guys!!
Image attached also.
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My problem with sound is finding a viewer on the internet that includes sound. The generic viewer noted on this forum works well for video, but does not seem to include sound. Even with the limit on password using viewers, the difficulties of getting my viewers to deal with their web security to use the foscam provided browser is more than I can handle.
Does anyone know of a browser that incorporates the active-X controls or whatever so that someone just turns it on, watches AND listens. I can do this with IPAD (FoscamPro) Windows 8 (Camerakaze) and Android (I forget which app I use there) but on IE or other browsers for the PC I am having trouble. My camera is a F18910W and the generic browser is working at http://www.Viet-myths.net/confcam.htm
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PCOS: Windows 7
Let me start by saying my WebUI for either Chrome or IE looks nothing like the screenshots/videos posted on this site. I find no D/L links to upgrade WebUI. Is it included in the firmware links?
When I try Server Push using Chrome, I’m advised to go to http://www.videolan.org/ for a browser plug in. I’m not finding a browser plug-in on this page. I d/l and installed the VLC media player from that page. Chrome now thinks I installed the plug in but still no audio.
Using IE, accessing the camera through ActiveX, my UI is different though not like those images posted here. I have an audio mute button but no other controls. IE is not asking for a plugin but still no sound. One reply to this thread, suggests changes to the For Visitors settings. I don’t even see For Visitors in my UI.
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