Google Chrome lets you control which individual sites can access your microphone and camera. If you can not see a video or the microphone does not receive a voice, you may need to change the permissions that Chrome gives to a website. This is how it works:
How to Change a Site's Permissions in Chrome
For security, Chrome prompts you whenever a site requests access to your microphone or webcam. If you accidentally clicked "Block" the first time you invoked the command prompt or you simply want to revoke the previously granted permissions, we'll show you how to manage those settings.
Knowing How and Where to Access Related Settings A site's access to your computer's hardware is important if you need to change your mind about what a website may use.
There are basically two ways to manage the permissions for a microphone and a webcam for a site: from the Omnibox or Chrome Settings.
Changing a site's permissions through the omnibox
This method works if you already have the permissions for the microphone or camera and you want to change them when visiting the site.
Go to the site for which you want to change permissions, and click the lock icon on the left side of the omnibox.
. cli Select either the microphone or the camera and select "Allow" or "Block" from the drop-down menu. Then click on the X to save your changes.
button. After saving your decision, you must reload the page for the changes to take effect.
to apply the changes. 19659005] If a site has access to your microphone or camera, an icon will appear in the omnibox on the right. If you click this icon, you can always lock access or continue to grant access to the site. You will need to reload the page for the changes to take effect.
Viewing Permissions in Chrome Settings
To see the microphone and camera permissions, in Chrome Settings, click the menu icon, and then click Settings. Alternatively, you can type
chrome: // settings / into the omnibox to get there directly.
 When you are in the Settings tab, scroll down and click Advanced.
more until "Content Settings" appears. Click on it.
. In the Content Settings, click either "Microphone" or "Camera" to adjust the permissions. [19659005
Althou If you can not manually add a site to the permission or revocation list under Settings, you'll see a list of sites you have granted or denied access to on this page. If you want to remove items that you previously approved or blocked, just click the trash can icon next to a website.
After removing a site from one of the two lists, you will be asked for permission the next time you visit the site, to access the microphone or camera when the site requests it again.
Even if you can not deny or allow Chrome globally, you have full access to your camera and yours Microphone Instead, do not ask for a decision, and instead return to either "Microphone" or "Camera" in Chrome's content settings.
This method acts as a slight gap to never grant access without actually denying anything. From now on you will no longer receive a request when a site requests access to your device. To get prompts again, go back to the Settings panel and re-enable the Ask Before Accessing feature.