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    Ok, not really. But kinda. I need to build a site for my clients and the closet thing to it i can find out there is a webcam site. I need to build a site where different employees here can be logged in, when the clients log on they can see who is live and who isnt. no cost etc, just a way to interface with my clients. I would love to use soemthing like skype but they require registration. I do not want to require my client to have to sign up with skype although it may be the direction i go. I would prefer a site much like the livejasmin deal but instead of girls the user can talk to my customer service dept, i know exciting to say the least. Please advise on direction. I looked into livestream but I need to have mutiple cams available for the client to click on. Its one on one conversations, not shows.

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    2 thoughts without even searching Google:
    1. UStream?
    2. Have you tried emailing the owners of LiveJasmin?
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    I looked at ustream too. Seems like they are built for Shows.. I would want to take the ads off the stream and they charge a ton to do that and promote the number of users at one time. Again, i just want one-on-one. and #2, yes i thought about it. Doubted theyd help, but i guess it wont hurt. i'll try that now while im thinking of it.

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    There use to be scripts that you could stream a webcam feed to and display it on a site, the main issue with that is most cheap hosting providers don't support it, or their bandwidth charges are outrageous.

    If your a support company, perhaps you have a visible server ( or one that can be made visible ) host the stream from that server. Win2k3 had a video streaming server, never played with it that much, but you would need an ip based camera for it. Not sure, but suspect win2008 servers have something similar.

    Then just iFrame the feed into your site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webzarus, post: 228871
    There use to be scripts that you could stream a webcam feed to and display it on a site, the main issue with that is most cheap hosting providers don't support it, or their bandwidth charges are outrageous.

    If your a support company, perhaps you have a visible server ( or one that can be made visible ) host the stream from that server. Win2k3 had a video streaming server, never played with it that much, but you would need an ip based camera for it. Not sure, but suspect win2008 servers have something similar.

    Then just iFrame the feed into your site.
    Lol this sounds like Chinese to me...
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    Hey, I just remembered, I have a Sony IP camera I use at one of my clients sites, it has it's own builtin server. And a dydns client builtin. IFRAME the feed onto a site... Done. I guess youll need to figure out you internal network routings, firewall rules etc. But it's completely doable.


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