Work had tons of surplus Quickcams, but they were just too old and couldn’t produce a good outdoor image. So I found a cheap standalone IP based webcam on ebay. So thats the bells and whistles, a few basics to tidy up. Just thought I would let you know! Although Motion supports periodic output I already had it setup via script running with cron. Since I myself don’t even use IE, I wanted to provide a much more universal interface as well as something that didn’t look like a hacked together engrish page.
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If you want to revert to the simpler method without motion, change webcamproxy. You can view the webcam at http: There were still issues with permissions and functionality though. The JAVA applet, although it works, doesn’t work well enough to use exclusively. Unfortunately it seems I had an older version which couldn’t do field upgrades.
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Thanks for the info! See Update Below Providing a live stream is obviously the most difficult, but its also the most rewarding.
I have an Aviosys IPkamera which I icc300 has the same internal hardware as the camera you use. AMC by Axis is allowed to be used only with Axis products.
Enter ‘ertyu’ in the box. Very glad to see someone else who owns this now-defunct camera! My first thought was to update the Orite camera to a newer firmware version.
Instead I inserted Motion between the webcam and the website. It also adds its a timestamp and can generate periodic snapshots and many other image modification abilities. I also changed the live page to use mjpeg for Safari and Konquerer which now support mjpeg natively. So I’m searching for “free” ActiveX solution. I didn’t want to expose the IP camera itself too publicly, ideally I wanted it on the internal private network with the viewer on a public webserver.
For the price at the time a couple of years back, it was a pretty good buy. This prevents having to sign the applet with weak or unknown credentials. So I found a cheap standalone IP based webcam on ebay.
I wanted universality though. I had plenty of video capture cards that work on everything from Ic00 to Sparcs, but no video camera. Just thought I would let you know!
Although Motion supports periodic output I already had it setup via script running with cron. It’s ic3000 running happily on my site for the past 3ish years http: It adds the ability to produce an configured frame rate mjpeg stream, as well as to vary frame rate based on detected motion or idle state. Just wanted to drop by and say, as a fellow programmer, that this is some nice code you’ve whipped up to control access.
I had wanted to webfam a unique geocache type, a webcam cache.
Work had tons of surplus Quickcams, but they were just too old and couldn’t produce a debcam outdoor image. I evaluated many many packages and they all sucked in some way or another. I started with all the extra equipment that I had readily available.
I’ve got another a second cam, and resurrected my old screen free Powerbook as a headless cam server.
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I settled on Cambozola I’m still hoping Cortado will get updated and work better. Unfortunately JAVA’s security prevents an unsigned applet from accessing webcm locations. I’ve been tuning it up again.