Forum Software Flash is Dead? Where is HTML5 Support?

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  • #1102147

    morten
    Participant

    Well said Phill!

    #1103367

    Cynthia
    Keymaster

    New firmware for web access without using Adobe Flash Player will be released within 2 months. It takes time to test. Once it is available, we will publish on the Reolink Official Website immediately.

    #1105257

    morten
    Participant

    This has nothing to do with the topic, but how about giving us the ability to upgrade the firmware online. Searching for and downloading the file and is so oldschool!
    I have some Wyze cams that can upgrade online that way and that is much easier!

    #1107623

    jschoon
    Participant
    #1110609

    Bastiaan
    Participant

    Original quote of https://support.reolink.com/hc/en-us/articles/900000501023-What-Should-I-do-if-Adobe-Flash-is-no-longer-Supported-at-the-end-of-2020

    What Should I do if Adobe Flash is no longer Supported at the end of 2020
    Ivy
    1 day ago Updated
    Applies to: All Reolink cameras that support Web UI

    New firmware for web access without using Adobe Flash Player will be released soon before the end of 2020. Our R&D engineers are working hard on it. Once it is available, we will publish on Reolink Official Website immediately. Please pay attention to the information in Download Center.

    Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding. Please stay tuned!

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    Well.. with 13 weeks to go.. Let's see about that. 🙂

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    #1110657

    phil
    Participant

    I hate to say this, but ”released within two months” sounds a lot like ”before the end of the year”; a lot of vague response without a lot of detail. It's back to that same mantra of just trust us for three and a half years and we'll meet the deadline. Well you are now down to 91 days out of 1,256 days you've been given to develop this. In other words, you've used up 93% of the time allowed to come up with a solution and the best you've got is ”before the end of 2020″ that you've been saying since early 2018. No details, no beta code to test, no reassuring messages except ”released within two months.” By the way, in case you haven't noticed, releasing your code ”within two months” in October means you'll have it released by December. Hey, that is the same as saying before the end of the year.

    #1116848

    morten
    Participant

    I just bought a Synology Nas and it workes perfect with my cams, but that's not a fix. We are still waiting for HTML5!
    Synology

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    #1116923

    Cynthia
    Keymaster

    Hello,
    I will forward your feedback to our R&D department. And we will also pay more attention to this part.

    #1130266

    3d
    Participant

    HTML5 in Chrome is working great in the RLC-510A I just received from Reolink for evaluation.
    There is a new button on the title bar of the window next to the ”Center/Stretch” button that allows you to toggle between Flash and HTML5

    Hopefully we'll see HTML5 software releases for the older cameras soon.

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