posted on Apr, 22 2007 @ 07:31 AM
Thanks ArMap and Edn for your suggestions!
Learn something new everyday! Thanks!
I'll make those quote changes to see if it works!
I'll let you know either way if it does or not but it sure sounds like it's worth a try! I'm not a coder so when things go wrong I usually have to
do a search again to find the script that works.... lol, sometimes this is very time consuming.
I really want to embed this live Streaming Webcam on a webpage because as it is right now, whenever I turn off Windows Media Encoder -- when I turn it
back on again, I'm given a new URL for this live streaming webcam to insert into WMP in order to view it in that player. This is a real hassle
because I'm always having to announce new updates on what that URL is every time I turn off and then turn back on WME!
In addition to this, it's inconvenient for most people to have to first open Windows Media Player --> open File --> enter the new WME URL for the
live cam to view it which at the present moment is:
This will change again sometime a little later after I close and restart WME to tryout some different compression bit rates -- need to do some
research on all of that to see which one's work best for the cam that I'm using now.
Anyway, by having it on a webpage, if I turn off WME and then turn it back on again, anyone who wants to view that live cam again will not need a new
URL to view the cam because it would still have the same URL as the webpage itself.
Will check back later to give an update on all of this and thanks to both of you for your suggestions!
[edit on 22-4-2007 by Palasheea]