Code is not executed in Processing, but in p5.js Web Editor

Seems like your Safari browser is refusing to reveal your available devices’ detailed info.

Correct. That’s been my point all along. I concede that the version which you gave the poster is the most reliable for other browsers; it’s the only version that I have seen which will reliably turn on two cameras at the same time. Before this thread I always thought that you had to turn them on one by one, but I see now that if you have the id of each camera (ie a complete array) it’s possible to fire more than one at a time. At any rate, none of us can change Safari so we probably have better ways to spend our time. I just wish someone other than me could confirm or deny these findings. But for now it’s been fun. Thanks for your input.

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hii, this is reshu i really want to contribute to the p5.js-website repo . i have done the setup approx . But there is an error with the setup i am mentioning the error below plz… help me with this .

Running "i18n" task
Error: spawn git ENOENT
    at Process.ChildProcess._handle.onexit (node:internal/child_process:282:19)
    at onErrorNT (node:internal/child_process:477:16)
    at processTicksAndRejections (node:internal/process/task_queues:83:21)

Running "htmllint:all" (htmllint) task
>> 119 files lint free.

Running "connect:livereload" (connect) task
Started connect web server on http://localhost:9000
Fatal error: spawn cmd ENOENT