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  • TrOjAn
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    Originally posted by HomersBrain
    Great contribution there John. It works fine in IE but not Firefox (my preferred browser). Whichever button I click, I get the NASA channel. Is anyone else having the same problem?
    Try using the IETab extension.. FF for some reason dont like the buttons on any of the custom built pages, things it to do with the Form Post method.

    TrOjAn

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  • Gogs
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    Just downloaded it, works great.

    One question, you say
    It comes configured with a selection of TV and Radio broadcast sites, that your can customize to your liking. I you use Windows Media Encoder, to stream your web/security cams, they can be easily added to the page as well.
    How do you tell it to look at Windows Encoder for the video source?

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    Great contribution there John. It works fine in IE but not Firefox (my preferred browser). Whichever button I click, I get the NASA channel. Is anyone else having the same problem?

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  • Pete
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    Web Wrapper

    I was able to utilize Web Wrapper by opening Index.html in Frontpage. Editing and saving html as an asp. Works great. Excellent John!!

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  • frobnitz
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    Interesting. My security cameras are hooked up to modulators that transmit above the analog cable channels in the house CATV network. Can this plug in be used to command a CATV tuner card to tune to a specific cable channel, encode the video and transmit it over a broadband link to a remote browser?

    Thanks,
    Mike

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  • outbackrob
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    Another sweet addition.

    NICE WORK! One of the easiest add-ons yet. ...though your Ninja control page was a breeze too!

    THIS is the stuff that makes the HS community GREAT! I hope SOMEDAY to be able to contribute SOMETHING cool if even mildly close.

    THANKS!

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  • HomeTech
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    Ok well I will keep hacking on it. if I get it working I will post back. Thanks for the reply.

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  • tman1
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    Well inserting the web wrapper entries into the index.htm like I have done on other pages caused it to stop loading the channels when clicked on. Reinstalling from the zip file over top of the edited files fixed the problem.

    Funny, I opened the index.htm file with Frontpage, renamed it to original_index.htm to back it up. I then edit the index.htm file to add webwrapper and then it wont try to connect to the stream. I then removed index.htm, renamed original_index.htm to index.htm and still no connect. Reinstalling from the zip file over top of the edited files fixed the problem. Just editting it seemed to cause the problem. Further investigation is required.

    Later, Terry

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  • HomeTech
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    insert Web Wrapper ?

    What do I need to do so I can get HS menu to show on the top of your index.html page?

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  • Rupp
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    Karls,
    If you want an excellent streaming package look for Webcam32 on EBay. I've seen it for as little as $10. I use it along with iVista and they both work equally as well.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Take a look at the Hauppage plugin

    The plugin can take captures in single view, AVI format, and streaming.

    I currently have the single and AVI function running on my site. I did have streaming until I installed SP2 which killed it. Just haven't had the time to go back and try to get it going again. It was simple to run as supplied, but as all of us here, out of the box is usually not EXACTLY what we each want. I have changed the ASP's to run under the Touchpad interface. It takes a little more effort though. If you are happy with the standard HS web pages, you should have no problem.

    And support is EXCELLENT!!!!!

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  • karls
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    Very Cool!

    Now I just have to figure out how to get my cameras to stream!

    Steven

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  • aburnstine
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    Sweet!

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  • jay
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    Very nicely done!

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  • tman1
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    Impressed!!

    It worked just like you said, "Straight out of the box". Very nice!!

    Thanks. Terry

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