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Link the WVC54G camera to a webpage

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by iendicott, May 4, 2005.

  1. iendicott

    iendicott Network Guru Member

    I have some free webspace that I have placed a very simple website on that is hosted on my ISP's server. I wonder if I can l link the camera to upload it's images to a webpage so in effect embed the output of the camera into my free webspace ? My camera is behind a firewall and I have port forwarding setup so I can access the camera on the internet via an IP address.

  2. Tsjompie

    Tsjompie Network Guru Member

    Stream to IE

    When anybode has suceeded in setting up a live stream to a HTML page on a webserver, please post the sollution you have.

    Up till now I only can use the default ActiveX provided.

    I don't want my visitors to bother with clicking "view video".

    A direct stream to a html page is what I need.

    Thank you
  3. harolds5

    harolds5 Network Guru Member

    I have done it with a catch. Embed a Windows Media Player object and point it to the camera see below (be sure to replace IP & PORT with yours). The catch is it will only work for those who have WMP 10 installed on the viewing PC, I haven't been able to find the codec for WMP 9 or a way to force a download of the WMP 10 object upon viewing.

    STANDBY="Loading Microsoft Windows Media Player components..."
    <PARAM NAME="fileName" VALUE="http://IP:pORT/img/video.asf">
    <PARAM NAME="animationatStart" VALUE="true">
    <PARAM NAME="transparentatStart" VALUE="false">
    <PARAM NAME="autoStart" VALUE="true">
    <PARAM NAME="showControls" VALUE="false">

    I found this at: http://www.webreference.com/js/column51/install.html
    go there for param explaination
  4. kenshell

    kenshell Network Guru Member

    Thanks for the info.
    I C&P that and made a html page.
    Uploaded to my server and I only see the stream.
    Nice to by pass all the link sys chit on the default page.

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