Corrected: Livecams=webcam32

Doug Macduff (dmacduff@capecod.net)
Tue, 28 Jul 1998 18:35:50 -0700


Sorry about the address.

the correct address is :

> > > > http://perso.wanadoo.fr/dominique.pierre/dominique.pierre/
> >

Just to back step a bit..if you didn't get your answers about the
> > LIVECAMS..here is an article...this and more info can be found at>
> > Webcam 32...supports Snappy too!!!


> > Webcam32 a Windows 95, Windows98 and Windows NT application which
allows
> > video camera images to be displayed within a web page.
> >
> > Features of Webcam32 V4.8.2
> >
> >
> >
> > •FTP Client - Webcam32 is able to upload images to an FTP server (a Web
> > server) to allow images to be obtained directly from the page.  Now
> > includes previous image cycling and time to next upload. •HTTP Server -
> > Webcam32 can also perform as an HTTP image server (Web server) serving
> > video images from a capture device (camera) without the need to
configure
> > any CGI programs or have any other Web server.  Now includes real time
> > logging and statistics. •Client/Server - Webcam32 can be implemented as
a
> > CGI application which uses TCP/IP to communicate with a partner, server
> > application which captures the image from the camera. •Supports
Snappy!!!
> > •Server Push capability to perform live image movie transmission.
•Server
> > Push from existing AVI files. •Image Cycler from JPEG or BMP files on
> disk.
> > •AVI capture support - AVI movies built of transmitted images. •AVI
timed
> > image save •AVI % change frame save - security surveillance, etc. •Java
> > applet support. •ISP support - Webcam32 provides support for cameras
> > connected to a home PC connected to the Internet via a dial-up line
> through
> > an Internet Service Provider (ISP). •DialUp networking support.
•Passive
> > FTP, Proxy gateway and direct network connection supported. •Image
output
> > data type selection including progressive JPEG. •Hide option - Webcam32
> can
> > hide from your display leaving only a Webcam32 icon in the system tray.
> > •Warning option - plays sound and delays a configurable period when a
> > client requests an image (allows you to compose yourself before a
picture
> > is taken). •Optional positional caption showing the date and time the
> image
> > was obtained including customizable text and font and multi-line
output. 
> > Additionally, overlay bitmap selection. •Support for multiple,
selectable
> > cameras. •Handles 4,8,16 and 24 bit images and sizes from cameras.
> •Display
> > of  last client that obtained an image. •Ability to save captured
images
> > locally on disk. •Remote Administration •Shipped with shared library
> > support making final installed code and executable much smaller.
> •Advanced
> > debugging included.
> >
> >
> >
> > Uses of Webcam32
> >
> > Webcam32 is a full function Web Camera application. It may be used to
> > provide monitoring of remote locations or to present images of yourself
> or
> > your environment, at work or at home.  A more detailed User's Guide for
> > Webcam32 is available here.
> >