I have a camera system that uses a java applet in the web browser to view. I cant stand java and its memory issues and now that Im hitting 5 cameras showing at the same time I need to change this to flash. I believe the simplest way is to keep requesting the [url removed, login to view] from a certain url (camera).... and display it as video (15fps etc)... i only need partial flash code to get the main idea over (box....downloading file and showing video) I can do the rest on my own and customize it as I like as I am a progrmamer also, but dont have the time to figure that part out. Pseudo code: Loop GET http://blah:3232/[url removed, login to view] SHOW BLAH in BOX print in box current FPS (this is always depent on the connect obviously...how fast it is downloading the jpg) Loop back Thanks!
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