Webcam viewing requires that you are running Windows
To view a webcam, an ActiveX Control must be installed. When
trying to display a video for the first time, a Security Warning
window will display. When using Windows XP or Windows 2000, log
in as an administrator to install it.
If you cannot install ActiveX Controls or you cannot see the
video in Internet Explorer.
Click [Internet Options]
Click [Security] tab
Click [Custom Level] on the web browser
Check "Prompt" in "Download signed ActiveX
Check "Enable" in "Run ActiveX Controls and
Notice to Windows 7 and 8 Users
Generally to view the webcam using Internet Explorer, the Compatibility View must be activated. To activate, click Tools, Compatibility View, and Add this website.
Notice to Windows XP Users, Using SP2
Microsoft's Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Windows XP Adds several
features that enhance your PC's security. The Pop-Up blocker can
negatively affect the the installation of ActiveX Controls
needed to view webcams.
Once SP2 is installed and the Pop-Up blocker is enabled, a
thin yellow bar will appear across the top of your web browser
window each time your PC is requested to download a file. This
alert does not necessarilly indicate something bad is about to
take place, but, to proceed you must click on the yellow
The bar will have text that says "This site might require the
following ActiveX Control: 'SysCamInst.cab from 'Panasonic
Communications Co., Ltd.', Click to install...".
After you click this bar a small menu will appear, click on
"Install ActiveX Control...".
A Security Warning window will appear. Click on Install. The
ActiveX Control will now install an you should now be able to
view our webcams.
To download Active X Control manually