The problem with the first link is webcam32 or whatever is no longer available. The second way I can get my web cam feed to load into a html document local to my machine. So I've created a free subdomain at no-ip and downloaded their dynamic IP thing which updates the sub domain to my IP even if it changes. This should then allow my machine to be reached via the sub domain no matter what my IP is.
That way if you type in:
mysubdomain.no-ip.com it should allways resolve to my machine and thus allow me to view the web feed on any page by referancing the file via that url. The problem is I don't think my Belkin router is allowing the feed out on port:80 so its failing as I checked it using no-ip's port checker and it said port 80 failed. It does however say it can't connect to the server at the sub domain pointing to my machine as well.
Any ideas whatsoever?
The webcam32 or whatever was a shareware version and we are willing to pay(One off)/pass it on to the client, if there are alternative's. I would like to get the no-ip addess way of working as I feel I'm so close and just can't get the last section.
I have the code to retrieve it and load it into a HTML file I just can't get the sub domain to resolve I suppose, because when I am on my local machine and I change localhost to mysubdomain.no-ip.com of whatever it can't connect and it should for this to work.
Any ideas off anyone?
Thanks for the contributions so far, very much appreciated.
Cheers but it looks like Ustream will only let me show/embed actual shows I record rather than a live feed. They have a separate section called watershed that looks like it will do it but I doubt we will be able to sell the client on the actual monthly pricing plan that it entails.
Hay thought I would update the thread. Basically the client has a router that allows the feed out, therefore all I need to do is code the HTML simplllllees. But cheers for all the great ideas, much appreciated. : )