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    Hello, i have an ip camera that i want to view over the internet. i set all the configurations(dyndns, portforwarding, etc) and it is viewable over the internet. but what i want is to put it on a website to view it from the website without having to access the camera itself. and i also want to stream directly from the camera without any hosting like ustream or others. i tried the code in the camera's page which was an applet tag but the problem is that i cant control the width and height of the streamed video.
    what i want is a piece of code that views the video live from the camera (not pictures with refreshing) and it also have to be compatible with IE, FireFox, Chrome, Safari. I appreciate all help, and thanks in advance.

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    Can anyone help me with this please. I really need help.

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    I wish I could help you but I really don't know anything about what you need.
    What is an IP camera - is it like a webcam?
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    I think it is one of those that plug straight into your router, for security or surveillance type applications.
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    I just didn't want to be the one to say "ummmm...Ionno what you're talking about. Duhhhhh."

    Seriously, Mizyan, what you're talking about, assuming it is a webcam-style application, is pretty rare. You might be able to get away with an <object><embed> combination as is used in Flash, but that would be about all I can think of.
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    It depends on the camera, if it has an API, etc. Nowadays they have a built in web server inside of the camera that streams the video.
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    I was right, that is different! LOL

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_camera

    And so is wired, the API differs from model to model, but it should be pretty straight forward, and they come with the software.
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