- For a better experience, we recommend to use Google Chrome or any browser based on Chromium such as Microsoft Edge.
- The virtual platform will also work on all recent browsers from Mac and PC such as Safari and Firefox.
- The virtual platform will not work with Internet Explorer.
1. Hardware and Operations System Configurations
If you are using older or unsupported versions of Windows, Unix, or Mac operating systems, you may experience difficulty in viewing and/or listening to the webcast. Below are the recommended system configurations:
- 2.3 Ghz, dual core
- 4GB RAM
- 1600×900 screen resolution
- Windows 7 or higher
- Apple Mac OS X 10.11 or higher
2. Microphone/camera blocked by your system
Sometimes, though, the problem might not be browser/app at all. If you’re on a Windows 10 or MacOS device, the webcam might be blocked. You can correct this by checking your app permissions to make sure the browser/app can use your webcam.
- Start Button (Windows icon) -> Settings -> Privacy -> Camera/Microphone ( Scroll through the list on the left)
- Under “Allow Apps to Access Your Camera/Microphone” -> click the Change button and make sure it is switched on
- Make sure that under “Allow Desktop Apps To Access Your Camera/Microphone” is turned on
- Quit your browser/app and relaunch
- System Preferences -> Security & Privacy ->Privacy tab -> Camera/Microphone ( Scroll through the list on the left)
- Check the box corresponding to your browser/app within the Allow the apps below to access your camera/microphone
- You will be prompted to quit your browser ->Choose Quit Now
- Relaunch your browser/app