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Axis camera embeded in website.

Hey Experts,
I am trying to make a simple webpage with a couple Axis cameras.  I am able to embed it perfectly fine using the example code they provide for it.  My question is is there any way i can remove that dumb activeX addon that runs for IE?  All other browsers allow it to show up without running a addon but IE pops up to install a addon which i dont want.  Here is the embed code i am using.  THX

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
// Set the BaseURL to the URL of your camera
var BaseURL = "http://cam1.lakemiltonagolfclub.com:81/";
// DisplayWidth & DisplayHeight specifies the displayed width & height of the image.
// You may change these numbers, the effect will be a stretched or a shrunk image
var DisplayWidth = "640";
var DisplayHeight = "480";
// This is the path to the image generating file inside the camera itself
var File = "axis-cgi/mjpg/video.cgi?resolution=640x480&clock=1&date=1";
// No changes required below this point
var output = "";
if ((navigator.appName == "Microsoft Internet Explorer") &&
(navigator.platform != "MacPPC") && (navigator.platform != "Mac68k"))
{
// If Internet Explorer under Windows then use ActiveX
output  = '<OBJECT ID="Player" width='
output += DisplayWidth;
output += ' height=';
output += DisplayHeight;
output += ' CLASSID="CLSID:DE625294-70E6-45ED-B895-CFFA13AEB044" ';
output += 'CODEBASE="';
output += BaseURL;
output += 'activex/AMC.cab#version=5,3,21,0">';
output += '<PARAM NAME="MediaURL" VALUE="';
output += BaseURL;
output += File + '">';
output += '<param name="MediaType" value="mjpeg">';
output += '<param name="ShowStatusBar" value="0">';
output += '<param name="ShowToolbar" value="0">';
output += '<param name="AutoStart" value="1">';
output += '<param name="StretchToFit" value="1">';
output += '<BR><B>Axis Media Control</B><BR>';
output += 'The AXIS Media Control, which enables you ';
output += 'to view live image streams in Microsoft Internet';
output += ' Explorer, could not be registered on your computer.';
output += '<BR></OBJECT>';
} else {
// If not IE for Windows use the browser itself to display
theDate = new Date();
output  = '<IMG SRC="';
output += BaseURL;
output += File;
output += '&dummy=' + theDate.getTime().toString(10);
output += '" HEIGHT="';
output += DisplayHeight;
output += '" WIDTH="';
output += DisplayWidth;
output += '" ALT="Camera Image">';
}
document.write(output);
document.Player.ToolbarConfiguration = "play,+snapshot,+fullscreen"
// Remove the // below to use the code for Motion Detection.
// document.Player.UIMode = "MDConfig";
// document.Player.MotionConfigURL = "/axis-cgi/operator/param.cgi?ImageSource=0"
// document.Player.MotionDataURL = "/axis-cgi/motion/motiondata.cgi";
</SCRIPT>
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tsukraw
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tsukraw
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leakim971PluritechnicianCommented:
programaticaly as I know there's no way or else with a batch to modify the registry
you need to customize a zones setting or/add your site in trusted zones

http://www.ehow.com/how_5132369_remove-activex-warning-ie.html
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie8-windows_other/disable-activex-prompt/2e4a208f-7abc-409a-809f-9ef5fab600d0
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tsukrawAuthor Commented:
No real solution.
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jaraciCommented:
You can use an ACAP application CamStreamer which is running directly on Axis camera. The video is streamed to any RTMP streaming platform like e.g. YouTube Live which are using HTML5 technology to embed the video to your website.
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