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C# web cam stream to internet application code

Posted on 2009-07-10
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Does anyone know where I can find C# or VB.NET code that will stream my web cam video to a browser.  Basically just like TinCam: http://www.tincam.com does.
I already have an application created using DirectShow but now would like to push the video to a browser.
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Thanks, I used some of the ideas from the links.
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