posted on Jul, 21 2013 @ 07:49 AM
reply to post by scotsdavy1
Cyberlink YouCam5 is the software I use and it has security aspects built into it for broadcast in live stream or updating stills to any source you'd
like. Personally, I went a little fancy and have a local Apache/Linux virtual server set up and running with AMPPS, then using a Dynamic DNS to route
the domain name directly to my home computer. So when I type "www.mydomainathome.com, I get the "web site" (which is, to anyone loading it),
actually running on the same machine I'm currently writing this on.
End result? I have feeds off my Webcams available off an internet address from anywhere I'd like. The ability to literally run and host my own www
services is just a side bonus and temporary...but the arrangement for vid feeds will remain for the long term. It'll take you a good solid day of
reading, toying a bit and playing with it to get it all working the first time, if you've never done it before ...but it's not complex. Just time
consuming on the first go through.