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JavaLawyer

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Re: Embedding your camera video in a website
« Reply #15 on: February 26, 2013, 09:58:34 AM »

Yes I need audio embed code, it must be available somewhere as that is what the d-link website it self does, surely there is a way for us to just copy that direct code and change the ip address ??

If I had that information, I would have posted it a long time ago....  :-\
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Re: Embedding your camera video in a website
« Reply #16 on: March 09, 2013, 05:57:12 PM »

Hi!
Allow me to add such a useful topic to obtain audio and video streaming to external devices. This tip works on cameras DCS-9xx, and probably on DCS-942

1#
You should disable guest access authorization and select the port Unlike
standard HTTP 80. Configure DDNS\Port Map on your router.



2#
NOKIA 5800

Open link http://My-Account.DynDNS.com:8080/iphone.htm
recommend to send a link to your mobile phone as an SMS, and thus open it quickly.
OperaMini I have with this link does not work.


PC and Google Chrome, open URL http://My-Account.DynDNS.com:8080/mvideo.htm

3#
Getting audio stream. In VLC media player http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
open URL http://My-Account.DynDNS.com:8080/audio.cgi


Note
VLC media player does not play MJPEG stream flow )-:


script sends only 30 seconds of audio stream, for endless replay, click this button.

4#
The use of stream for MJPEG (Motion JPEG) Javascript

<SCRIPT language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript">
     var img1 = "http://My-Account.DynDNS.com:8080/video.cgi"
     document.images["image1"].src = img1
     Start(img1,"image1");
     function Start(img, name)
    {
      tmp = new Date();
      tmp = "&"+tmp.getTime()
      document.images[name].src = img+tmp
      var delay = function() { Start(img, name); };
      setTimeout(delay,1)
    }
</SCRIPT>


Note
This script only works in Google Chrome, IE does not play mjpeg stream!
This script does not require Java Runtime Environment (java.com) and ActivX DCS-xxx.

NOTE!
These links are not documented functions of the camera for the DCS-9xx
http://IPCam:Port/audio.cgi
http://IPCam:Port/video.cgi
http://IPCam:Port/iphone.htm
http://IPCam:Port/lphone.htm
http://IPCam:Port/mobile.htm  
http://IPCam:Port/mvideo.htm

Use the free DDNS service - https://www.dlinkddns.com/login
excuse me for my english (-:
Ну вот как-то вот так ребятишки (-:
« Last Edit: March 10, 2013, 01:29:16 AM by DriverVoIP »
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