How To: Stream Video from Your Webcam to the Internet

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AidanWystan

Having a streaming video connection can have a lot of benefits. Any social media experts will tell you that a video image is worth a thousand words. With streaming video you can communicate easier with your clients, you can provide support and maintenance for your services. This will allow you to create a better relationship with your customers witch will recommend you to their friends too.

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Elisabeth Brittani

This is a good idea, if you want to keep a track of what's going on in your house. You could be like a Seo web design firm tracking links or an undercover agent spying a thief that's about to make a move. The only thing you have to worry about is whether your little pets have super powers and can run so fast the camera won't be able to catch them.

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Ella Rochelle

Let's take the time to think about certain things the streaming video camera can reveal, beside pets having a blast... Maybe it's just my sick publisher network agent mind, but imagine leaving someone you care for in your room to change after jogging or whatever... Hey, now that would be something worth watching. I'm just saying, there are a lot of nasty things you can find out with this. Thanks for the information, Will!

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william.smith61

Video email is not something that is quite there. Sure, you can probably email video file attachments around, but that is tedious. Fortunately, if you take the whole traditional email thing out of the equation and make it all web-based, it gets easier. Enter Eyejot. Eyejot is a free video mail service. You set up an account and you can send video messages back and forth with people. It interfaces with your webcam using the Flash plug-in, just like Ustream. The only hitch to this whole thing is that one has to log into their Eyejot profile in order to view messages. You will, however, get an email notification of a new Eyejot message so you’re not left guessing.

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Djeanne

Thanks I am just new in uploading my videos.

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cata12

Hello:

 

You may also have a look at this article: http://blog.eyepartner.com/tikilive/live-streaming-with-tikilive/

 

It is a short tutorial explaining how to start your own streaming channel.

 

Regards,

Catalin

 

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Bobby13

Hey Stephanie, I found this quick and simple media to stream without any technical knowledge. You have 10GB free and all I have done was to give the url of my streaming channel to my friends. If you want to try it: www.dacast.com

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sLaura

Thanks for this tutorial, it is awesome! I haven't heard of streaming video from your own webcam to the internet. I should try this one, hope i can do it well. Wish me luck!

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PhoneyVirus

Just Tracking Thanks

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Lars Rasmussen

Have you been able to get streaming to work similarly with VLC instead of TinCam?

It'd be $19 cheaper.

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AJK

Welcome to new Maximumpc!

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