[thelist] web cam software (win98 compat)

Jay Dorsey evolt at jaydorsey.com
Sun Oct 20 10:18:01 CDT 2002

Try http://www.ivista.com, the viewer has to have Java installed, but
the streaming is actually pretty good, even the sound.  You can get a
video-only package, or a video+sound package (there are some
business/home model packages there that let you monitor stuff, like have
motion sensing and stuff like that as well).  I've tried the demo
before, I was pretty impressed.  I couldn't find text saying it
specifically worked on Win98, but I'm on 2k and I can't see why it wouldn't.


Timothy J. Luoma wrote:

> Does anyone know of a piece of good, preferably free (but good &
> shareware is better than crap & free), piece of software that will allow
> someone with a Win98 machine to stream video from their computer (not
> hosted on another server/domain)?  Audio would be nice, but not required.
> Most of what I have found has either been:
> a) hosted on another domain
> b) timed FTP uploads of still pictures
> This wouldn't seem to be a difficult thing to find, but I have had no
> luck (well, except bad) trying to find any.
> Thanks
> TjL
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