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Camera on UltiMaker 3 not working in Cura 3.3.1

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Hi, 

  I'm running 3.3.1 of Cura and the camera isn't activating on the monitor tab of Cura,  BUT is working on the iOS app.  Has something changed in the update and is anyone else having this problem?  It's not a hardware issue as I can see it on the iPhone.  I can print across my home network and I see the progress of the print from the monitor tab, but with no live video feed.

  Thanks a mill for the help

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Thanks Ghostkeeper.  I actually solved it myself a few days ago - sorry, I should have updated my own entry!

 

At least this was my problem...and solution.  I had to reconnect the printer when I upgraded the software and in so doing, I had two printers assigned across the wi-fi. One of them wasn't approved on the printer's display, so this was causing a conflict.  When I went to the IP address on my browser, I saw the 2nd instance of the printer at the bottom of the screen and deleted it.  My camera became visible straight away.

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