Forum Software 3rd Party Software How to view camera on iOS Browser without adobe flash

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  • #95082

    Saegis
    Participant

    Hi,
    any chance to view the camera on iOS browser without adobe flash?
    Flash cannot be installed on iOS.
    Using a 410 and 423 camera with latest firmware.

    Regards
    Marcus

    #123725

    LinksManagement
    Participant

    I have similar problem

    #124155

    Lisa
    Keymaster

    @mstatcham @saegis Sorry for the inconvenience caused! Our cameras have to use Flash when they are watched via web browsers.

    #125441

    Saegis
    Participant

    Flash will dissappear more and more. What will happen then?
    Any plans?

    #125999

    Bob
    Moderator

    We will have HTML5 for replacing Flash in the future.
    Sorry for any possible inconvenience.

    #146649

    ualex73
    Participant

    When is the HTML5 support ready (any ETA please)? Adobe Flash is dying (basically it is gone already). I am using a RL422W.

    #253648

    GBee
    Participant

    Is there any update on this? Flash is officially DEAD, as in no longer available from next year. Most browsers block flash by default and rightly so because it's a security nightmare.

    I've just bought two Reolink cameras (RLC-410, RLC-420) and had planned to buy more, particularly from the new 4K range when it's available, but I'm disappointed to discover that Flash is being used so I'm re-thinking that plan.

    #267310

    juerg geiser
    Participant

    When is the HTML5 support ready (any ETA please)? Adobe Flash is Dead. I just bought a C2 Pro.

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