For a couple years I have been using webcamXP. It has many nice
features, including live video streaming & sound, pan-tilt-zoom, and
of course ftp. Having no probs running my live stream, and ftping a
pic every minute to WU. Feel free to check it out:
--- In email@example.com
, "Alan Steremberg"
> We want this service to work with all webcam software. We have a
> changes to put into the software to improve the performance.
> On 6/2/07, schaka1 <blkguy@...> wrote:
> > John, following up on Steve's post, I have been having
> > problems having my post appear on the webcam site. I know the
> > WU are working their butts off to provide us the same reliable
> > with weather cam as with the other services they provide us.
> > I believe it was John Celenza from WU who posted that the
> > quick acceptance and rapid growth of this feature is one of the
> > challenges they face. I cann't recall the exact numbers but it
> > good deal more than what they expected!
> > It would be great to have a dedicated weather cam software with
> > Anything I can do to help, please feel free to ask.
> > Just a note, I've used four (4) webcam software programs through
> > beta and now into the final usage phase of this feature. Aside
> > the issues that Steve rightly says are resolved, from a neophyte's
> > perspective, it seems to be a timing/load issue. It could be a
> > function of the rapid growth of the feature
> > All four of those programs would show a successful upload. All
> > for a period of time display the uploaded Jpeg. Then the picture
> > the server side would stop being updated while all four(4) of my
> > various software programs were showing successful uploads.
> > The programs I have used are: Weather Display, Coffeecup Webcam,
> > Where's James and Fwink
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org<wuhu_software_group%
> > "steve_03222"
> > <steve_03222@> wrote:
> > >
> > > John,
> > > I am not sure what issues folks are having. As I stated, I am
> > > the lucky ones and the software that came with my Creative Cam
> > > just fine. It uses the "remote monitoring" module of the
> > > I believe the issues that some are having is that some software
> > > creates temp file names for the.jpg images and WU was not
> > > them, however Alan had stated that WU fixed that issue. Another
> > > is that WU will not accept any file size over I think 150kb, so
> > > may also be an issue for some.
> > > I know that is not much help, perhaps some folks that are
> > > difficulties can list their specific issues for you.
> > >
> > > Steve
> > >
> Alan Steremberg
> Weather Underground
> 415-543-5022 x 103