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Publish photos and video online with GoPro HD HERO3 Silver Edition

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Good morning,

Can somebody point me in the right direction?

I have a GoPro HD HERO3 Silver Edition camera (link) connected to a desktop PC (with internet connection).

I want to:

1) Stream video continuously to the internet so I can publish it on a website
2) Make one photo every hour (or so) and save it on my hard disk (and publish it online in a later stadium)

If you have an idea or suggestion I would love to hear it.
Any help is appreciated!

Kind regards,

Coos
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