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Author Topic: single image url and embedding stream in web page?  (Read 3851 times)

agidi

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single image url and embedding stream in web page?
« on: July 02, 2009, 10:30:59 PM »


Hello guys

Can anyone please point me towards solving this two issues?
1. I need to be able to pull a snapshot from the camera to place in a web page.
    What's the URL?
2. I need to be able to embed the cams stream into a web page of my own.
    Which method do you think its best? rtsp? or somehow pulling the java app? any URL for this dlink techs?

I'm running dlinks 2121 and 2102 which I believe are similar to the 920 camera

Why is there so little documentation on dlink hardware?

all pointers and suggestions are appreciated, thanks!
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ECF

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Re: single image url and embedding stream in web page?
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2009, 11:57:58 AM »

Sorry I don't have any information regarding these two cameras as they are not supported here in the US.
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Rayan

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Re: single image url and embedding stream in web page?
« Reply #2 on: July 21, 2009, 01:28:45 PM »

Hello guys

Can anyone please point me towards solving this two issues?
1. I need to be able to pull a snapshot from the camera to place in a web page.
    What's the URL?
2. I need to be able to embed the cams stream into a web page of my own.
    Which method do you think its best? rtsp? or somehow pulling the java app? any URL for this dlink techs?

I'm running dlinks 2121 and 2102 which I believe are similar to the 920 camera

Why is there so little documentation on dlink hardware?

all pointers and suggestions are appreciated, thanks!


At least on my DCS-910 it works like this:

For stills:
http://mydomain.dyndns.org/IMAGE.JPG

For video:
http://mydomain.dyndns.org/video.cgi

Cheers!
Rayan
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