How to allow Jumpshare to access camera, mic on Chrome
The Jumpshare extension for Google Chrome needs to be granted permission to access your computer's camera and microphone before it can record them along with your screen.
The extension will automatically ask you for permission to use the camera and microphone the first time you launch it. If you accidentally denied access the first time around, you can enable either device at any time in a few simple steps. The fastest way to do this would be from the Omnibox (Chrome's address bar), as follows.
- Launch Jumpshare from Chrome and attempt to start a screen recording with the camera or microphone enabled.
- Click the camera or microphone icon that appears by the right end of the address bar.
- Within the pop-up that appears, switch to the Allow option and hit Done.
Alternatively, you may allow camera and microphone access directly from within Chrome's settings menu.
How to enable camera access in Chrome
- Open up Google Chrome's More menu by clicking the three vertical dots in the top-right corner of the browser.
- Select Settings.
- Switch to the Privacy and security section from the left-hand side, then select Site Settings on the right.
- From under Permissions, click on Camera.
- From the screen that follows, select Jumpshare from the list of displayed sites and extensions to view its list of permissions.
- Open up the drop-down menu in front of Camera and select Allow.
How to enable microphone access in Chrome
- Open up the Chrome More menu by clicking the three vertical dots in the top-right corner.
- Select Settings.
- Switch to the Privacy and security section from the left, then select Site Settings on the right.
- From under Permissions, click on Microphone.
- Select Jumpshare from the list of displayed sites and extensions to view its list of permissions.
- Open up the drop-down menu in front of Microphone and select Allow.
You should now be able to add your camera and microphone to your Jumpshare screen recordings in Chrome.