Analogue to IP Cameras

Posted on 2007-10-20
Last Modified: 2010-04-04

I currently have a system that uses analogue cameras for viewing and frame capture and wish to covert it to using a video server on an IP network.

Are there any components out there that I can use to do this or any alternative methods?

I am using Delphi 7 under XP.

Question by:ChrisBerry
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    Hi ChrisBerry.

    I found a free component for this... Check this out :

    This one is commercial :
    You should think about buying NC4000 camera or another new model.
    They give you an ActiveX component which you can import in Delphi and start coding immediately.
    { AVIP NC4000}
    Check out this forum :
    I do program everything in delphi, not java. I imported the active x component directly into delphi so I can directly code.

    Also i dont know if VideoLAn can do this, i found some forums that mentioned it. Its free maybe you should try this too..

    Hope this helps.

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