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How to stream IP Cam to Flash Media Server with or without Flash Media Live Encoder

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We have been using Vidblaster Trial for while now ,and it is working ok, but the time has come for us to get rid that annoying "Vid Trial Banner" on the screen.

We only have on camera now, and I have tried every other way possible of getting the stream into FMLE on Windows 7.

I have tried:

    Ezcap USB capture device directly wired to camera (driver to cheap to interface with FMLE, picture quality no good)
    Ip cam viewer DS filter (downs camera http server)
    IpVideoSourceSetup (does not register video device with the system)
    Splitcam (depends on previous and is malware)
    VidBlaster 2.27  with Crack (black stream)
    Vmix (no feature to pull stream from ip cam on http)
    Everything in the guide http://www.onyxservers.com/guides/How-to-stream-your-IP-camera-using-Flash-Media-Live-Encoder-or-any-other-live-encoder.html#3e
    Publishing rtmp stream directly to your Flash Media Server from Linux with ffmpeg (authentication problem)
    Re-compiling ffmpeg and all its associated libs with authentication patch (ffmpeg crashes)

Additionally, after all this experimentation, the camera http server stopped responding to anything for the most part. it responds only once in a while, even after multiple restarts. It is a sony snc z25n.
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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have you tried microsoft expression media encoder ? http://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/download/details.aspx?id=18974

What camera are you using?
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No, and Sony snc- rz25n. I'll check it out.
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by:Merete
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Jagadguru did you read the manual for this  Sony snc- rz25n
Watch this video Sony SNC-RZ25N Camera Demo, I got all this from that video..
Have you installed the software that came with this camera?
It is able to record to an ip system and a DVR at the same time.
DVR as in digital video recorder or a set top box.
You should use this camera with an ip system
It includes the option to record to an compact flash card or CFS card.
 It records to A network video recorder (NVR) which is a software program that records video in a digital format to a disk drive, USB flash drive, SD memory card or other mass storage device
Network video recorder examples
http://www.ebay.com/bhp/ip-network-video-recorder
Do you have java installed you need this to see the camera viewer source in a web browser.
The video demo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ps__BWB0NzA
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Thanks, but I got it working with ManyCam. I just needed something to capture the stream and make it into a virtual device I could use as an input for FMLE.
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