When "captured" by the computer, the video stream may be saved, viewed or sent on to other networks via systems such as the internet, and emailed as an attachment.When sent to a remote location, the video stream may be saved, viewed or on sent there.To understand whether the problem is with the webcam or with your computer, we would advise that you try your webcam on a different computer, and also, if you have access to one, try a different camera at your own computer.
Our four game drives were guided by Patrick who imparted a wealth of information to us about flora and fauna including the Latin names!
He found lions for us on two occasions as well as many other sightings going out of his way to make our Tembe experience as rewarding as possible.
The cam is run by volunteers around the world, who are able to zoom and pan.
If you are having problem viewing the Web Cam please refresh your screen by holding down CTL and F5 - this will update the webcam. visit to Tembe, so pretty much part of the furniture now.
wonderful to be able to get up so close to the animals.
Thanks to Tom and the Tembe Tribe we will always recommend your lovely place and hospitality.A big thank you to the whole Tembe team and Patrick in particular! In this test your browser asks for permission to see the output of your computer's webcam, or the browser on your phone asks for permission to see the output of the camera - and the output is then transferred to your screen.We are used to seeing movies in the cinema and TV shows displayed at around 24-30 FPS.Generally the FPS of television is higher than that of the cinema.Tembe remains my favorite GR not just for the unique elephant experiences which are waaaaaay more than mere ‘sightings’, but for the very special treatment from Tom and his staff.