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Once you have done so, click the small microphone icon to bring up a list of your available microphones, and choose the microphone that you would like to use for your broadcast.
Once you have your correct microphone recognized and selected by the broadcaster, you should make sure that you have your broadcast settings correct by clicking on the small gear icon in the bottom right corner of the broadcast window.
Here at Network Webcams Tech HQ we find that most people run into a snag which prevents them from being able to access their camera over the Internet.
First, you'll want to check that the computer you are watching your broadcast on, you actually have the sound turned on and the volume up.
You can test this by going to your computers audio settings and pressing the test sounds, or navigating to another video on the web and making sure you can hear audio through your computer speakers or headphones.
If you are not hearing audio in your broadcasts from the web broadcaster, you can likely fix the issue by following these steps: You can check what version of Flash you have installed on your computer quickly by going to your Broadcast Console, and right clicking on the broadcast preview window. This menu will show you Settings/Global/Settings/About Adobe Flash Player XX. You can do this the same way that you checked your Adobe Flash version- by right clicking the broadcast preview window. This will bring up a small field where you can make sure that Flash is recognizing your mic and your camera.
First, you want to make sure that you are allowing the player to access your broadcast equipment; you can do so by choosing "allow".
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