By adding our pages to your home screen, they will behave more like a mobile app and each one has its own custom icon. and leave our websites loaded in their browsers.... You should see a play arrow appear when the video stops but that can be platform/browser dependent.
If launched from a home screen icon, our video will play within the page frame on an i Phone instead of automatically going to fullscreen, allowing you to interact with the rest of the page elements like Marine Traffic map and sound control. If your video stops much more frequently than every 30 minutes, that's usually a sign of Internet congestion or resource contention within your device.
Sometimes a display driver update will fix the problem.
For more help, consult this link from Adobe and for Windows 10 (or IE 9, 10 or 11) see this link from Microsoft about enabling "software rendering", the opposite of hardware acceleration. Try a different browser, preferably a clean/fresh install like Google Chrome.
Tuckerman Ravine, can be seen on the left side of the image and Huntington Ravine can be found on the right.
In some cases, you will now have to start those sound streams manually by clicking the play/pause button (arrow). If your browser requires the Adobe Flash Player plug-in, check you have the latest version and that it is installed correctly. If you are seeing a "green screen" and/or have recently upgraded to Windows 10 you might need to disable "hardware acceleration" for Adobe Flash Player video.