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adding live feed to website
how would you suggest to make happen?
weddingm




msg:4497601
 4:39 am on Sep 20, 2012 (gmt 0)

Hello all...hope ya'll doing well.

We have a business customer that wants to show a live feed of their business on their website. I know how to embed video onto a web page. However, I am not sure how I would have a video camera at a business that connects to an internet site. Is there a website anyone can recommend for the connection? Can anyone detail how I can make this happen to suggest to the property owner?

Thanks!

Matt

 

LostOne




msg:4499471
 10:23 pm on Sep 24, 2012 (gmt 0)

I had something very similar set up in a retail store a four years ago, but was very disappointed with the video quality. Iím sure thatís changed or maybe I should have gone with a better system, but it was all Panasonic. Seemed to be in the mid quality range as I spent about $1,500. In this case it needed itís own separate IP address, wireless etc. which I had no idea how to setup and called in a pro to handle it.

We used it mostly for watching customers come in so we wouldnít have to keep someone in the showroom. Offices were upstairs and our focus was more on internet sales.

weddingm




msg:4499545
 3:52 am on Sep 25, 2012 (gmt 0)

ok, thanks lost one

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