My channel won't play videos with audio
In case you are using Chrome or Chromium to play your Online Monitors AnyWhere channel, you will have to enable automatic video playback as follows:
1. Open the relevant Chrome or Chromium browser manually and type
chrome://settings/content/sound in the address bar.
2. In the section Allow press the Add button.
[*.]monitorsanywhere.com and press Add.
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