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Embed live webcam video in web page

Posted on 2014-01-27
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Hi,

I am building live presentations into my web app.

I would be grateful for advice on the best way to achieve this.
I am presuming using a webcam.

Thanks
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Have you purchased any equipment, yet?
I have had success using Foscam's webcams.  You can put them on your network with WiFi or a hard connection.  You can then setup your router for port forwarding to the static IP of your camera and use a DNS service such as DYNDNS to mask your location and then just point your webpage to the web address you set up with DYN DNS.  The cameras support two-way audio.
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Thanks,

I will give it a go but maybe go with embedding webex in the web page.
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