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    Remote multiple viewing

    Hi,

    We provide a remote viewing service from our Manchester datacenter.

    The cost is £75 per annum for up to 5 cameras.

    You can set the cameras to send (Via FTP) images every 30 seconds as a sort of time lapse and the end users can go live on one camera at a time.

    The connection to the live camera is made by our server and multicasted to the end users so that one live feed to your location can be viewed by many hundreds of people at the same time -makes good use of the small upload on broadband.

    Plane

    That's an example. We had 2000+ people watching those cameras when the Vulcan first flew.

    Last year we did, sheep watch, lion cam (twyford) and a peregrine falcon. I also had the swallows at home online.

    We are working on a joomla component, but we can also help with PHP/HTML.

    Any IP camera or video server would do as the camera, Axis, Panasonic,Ycam etc.

    It's a sideline of our main job.

    Regards

    CB

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    Aldi bird box camera

    I am very new to this so be gentle! I am interested in buying an Aldi bird box camera but it would be a long way from my tv to run a cable. Is it possible to connect it without too much trouble to a computer?

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    drat, i hadn't noticed the date on the original post.
    local aldi dont have any.

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    Yes I have checked that my local Aldi have them in stock! Have decided to get one and worry about how to fit it later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grannypenny View Post
    I am very new to this so be gentle! I am interested in buying an Aldi bird box camera but it would be a long way from my tv to run a cable. Is it possible to connect it without too much trouble to a computer?
    Depends on your computer! You need one with video and sound in. SCART preferably, but you can easily convert that to composite video.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gibbo View Post
    Check that your Aldi store has them in stock. This thread was originally started last year.
    They are on offer again this year (from 4th Feb).



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