The way to access streams is a bit different but it shouldn’t be a huge deal to adapt your web application because the system of pulling jpeg images is very similar.
It’s regarding authentication that it’s a bit different since Netcam Studio doesn’t allow any anonymous access.
It’s possible to give access to everybody but it requires created a user account, retrieving the corresponding token allowing to communicate with NCS and using it in your own website if you don’t want users having to login every time.
Then instead of pulling
you will request
You’ll find some useful information here regarding the basic commands:
and can request help if needed.
Many users still prefer and continue using webcam 7 essentially because they are used to it and because Netcam Studio may look a bit more complicated but usually after playing with it for a while they quickly adopt it and rarely go back…
On the other end Netcam Studio is designed for being integrated in application like yours and offers more possibility than webcam 7 over web services such as:
- Retrieve all informations / details about the video sources.
- Control the different features (Motion Detection, Recording, etc…).
- Access the library
But anyway it will require some work in your application but if it was just relying on webcam 7 to display some of its streams it shouldn’t involve much changes.