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> I have 4 Ethernet Internet cameras in our office, all have their IP Address
> and can be accessed through the web.
> I created a page for each of these cameras and I'm using a Java Applet to view
> the video of each.
> My question is if there is a way to see the video in Flash so that I don't
> need to rely on the visitor to have Java installed and I don't need to disclose
> the actual domain/IP of the camera location?
> I'm looking at an affordable solution to have this video displayed in Flash.
Flash - Help - search "camera", returns:
The Camera class is primarily for use with Macromedia Flash Communication Server, but can be used in
a limited way without the server.
The Camera class lets you capture video from a video camera attached to the computer that is running
Macromedia Flash Player--for example, to monitor a video feed from a web camera attached to your
local system. (Flash provides similar audio capabilities; for more information, see the Microphone
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All cameras are behind the router, have their own fix IP, they aren't attached to a specific computer, these are D-Link DCS-900 cameras, but thank you for the hint, I'll try a search on the Camera class to see if this can help me.