Can live streaming camera display within Rise Vision's player?

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    Darius Aleksas
    I do not even get it to play in browser. Is it on local network only?
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    Robert Cruse
    Duh ... if it's local, then the Chromebox it's playing on is local also. So that shouldn't matter right?

    (I did try it on my iPad at home, and it didn't work, but that could be a lack of Flash issue also.)

    Unless hosting the presentation that contains the local stream on RV's servers  is introducing a 'foreign' element  when it's served back to me. Does that make sense?

    Thanks!
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    Darius Aleksas
    Well it does matter. I assume that stream is a webpage hosted on a local network. In that case you need exact address to the webpage file. I did not have much luck making RV to reach file on a local network or I do not remember because it was long ago I played with that. I know it worked well when I hosted page on the same machine and used address like that: "C:\Users\DariusA(your main acc user name)\Desktop\noxframe\index.html" I hope that will give you ideas.

    No way you can host it on some server?
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    Robert Cruse
    I'm getting into a little unfamiliar territory here perhaps.
    It's a Sony IPELA camera. The feed comes over the network straight from the camera. That address is supposedly the camera's address itself, not a web site.

    I don't have any sites besides RV  to host it from, unfortunately.
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    Darius Aleksas
    In your other related post you stated the address as 'http://10.89.0.128/en/index.html"

    So, camera does create 'webpage'. I am not familiar wit that particular camera, but can you in the settings make it publish to a remote host instead of local? Anyway, as Blake stated: "if it's flash based it's not going to work in Rise Player," then if that is the case, you not gonna make it work after all.
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    Jeremy Snyder
    short answer, nope.......tried doing it with Axis encoders and camera's years ago
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    Neil Chaney

    Try putting it with in the html code. Don't use a widget.  Message me I can explain what we did. 

     

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    Robert Cruse
    We're no longer trying to actively accomplish this, but it would be interesting to see how it was done. I tried several ways, including html code.

    Thanks,
    Robert
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    Neil Chaney

    The bold code is what I put in right under "PH1". If you have a livestream feed you want go to the site and get the embed code then just place it in and it works. 

     

    <div id="ph6" placeholder="true" style="width:918px;height:83px;left:1001px;top:941px;z-index:4;position:absolute;background:rgb(204, 204, 204);background-size:contain;"></div>
    <div id="ph1" placeholder="true" style="width:1273px;height:633px;left:633px;top:308px;z-index:3;position:absolute;background:;background-size:contain;">
    <iframe id="ls_embed_1519231370" src="https://livestream.com/accounts/12150160/events/3801220/player?width=1275&height=605&enableInfoAndActivity=true&defaultDrawer=feed&autoPlay=true&mute=false" width="1275" height="605" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" autoplay="yes" allowfullscreen> </iframe>

    </div></body>

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