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Serving live video from a network camera

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The objective is to get live video from an IQeye3 network camera (described at [url removed, login to view]) onto a Microsoft IIS web server page using an intermediate FTP server (on same Windows 2000 machine). Step one is to write a Perl script to deliver motion jpeg images from the web server; step two is to push the images to the client with java applet or servlet. Finally, a web page with HTML code to display the stream. We need the solution to accomodate multiple users as well as multiple streams.

The company that manufactures the IQeye3 network camera has an existing Perl script and java servlet for Apache and Linux servers, so it may be easiest to simply modify this software. It can be downloaded at:

[url removed, login to view]

A competing maker of network cameras has a detailed description of the solution for their camera, using an IIS server, which might be informative:

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