Hi there and welcome to the forum!
Of cause you are on the right place. At Netcam Studio we do miracles
If it is this camera https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M15WH9C?ref=emc_b_5_t the magic word to search for is ONVIF. If I read the specification correct it says that it support ONVIF which will make it so much easier.
The new version of NCS 1.4 which you find more about and download here http://community.netcamstudio.com/t/netcam-studio-1-4-0-netcam-studio-2-0-beta/1799/3 support onvif and now also support onvif PTZ. ONVIF is a standard, but each company have some individualism, unfortunately.
Microsoft Edge is maybe not on top of our list, but I just tested the new web client in Edge and it worked fine. I think Edge have developed a lot during some time :).
I recommend you to do the following:
-download ncs 1.4 and install it.The first 2 cams are free. NCS is a fully functional software even for the 2 first cams. This version is not officially released yet, but well tested.
-add your camera using the tab onvif. If everything works correct you should now have video, audio and PTZ.
The version 1.4 is the last version in the 1-series apart from fixes. Next big release will be ncs 2.0. It´s in the pipeline, but exactly when is not scheduled yet.
NCS 2.0 will be stand-alone as the earlier ones and no need for version 1.0.
You started with that you want to add images or streaming video in that website. That is also doable using the feature in ncs to generate embedded code. This will also need fixed IP or ddns from your computer and also to embed the code can vary dependent on the web host. However, I recommend you to start with adding the camera to NCS as above and when that works we can handle the rest.