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    Webcam viewer

    Does anyone know of a webcam viewer for my N95-3?
    I am looking for a way to view my D-link camera on my phone. when I search for it, all I get is how I can use my phone as a webcam. I don't want that, I just want to use my phone as a viewer to watch my home webcam.

    Thanks.

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    i will interested in this too
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    I use orb. www.orb.com

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    Orb or slingbox would probably be your best options.
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    i dont like orb takes too much of bandwidth

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikramdhani
    i dont like orb takes too much of bandwidth
    Do you have another suggestion then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrazyKritter
    Orb or slingbox would probably be your best options.
    I can't figure out Orb. Do you know of a simple software that I can install on the n95?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinctv
    I can't figure out Orb. Do you know of a simple software that I can install on the n95?

    Thanks
    Sorry that's all I have for you...

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    I have had alot of problems with Orb webcam and streaming with first the N95 and now my N95. I have it finally fixed and would like to share it with you.
    The settings on Orb must match the settings on your N95.
    On N95:
    Applications-RealPlayer-settings-streaming-network
    Define access point to what you will use (ie. Medianet or Wifi)
    Next click the options button from that menu and click advanced settings
    Define the bandwith to match orb
    My settings are GPRS 28.14 EGPRS 80 UTMS 320 WLAN 320

    Now sign on to Webpage ORb.com and login
    Go to settings in the upper right hand corner
    Under General - Streaming formats Select Real Media Format
    Under General - Streaming Speet Select same speed (ie. 320) check remember
    Close down

    N95
    Open orb.com from web browser
    Select access point you defined for Real Player
    Login
    At bottom of screen you will see settings (click)
    Speed - Select Fixed speed consistent with chosen (320)
    Stream - Select Real Media

    Now go back and see if you can open your webcam.
    Good Luck!

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    Any update on this, yeah I know it's an old post.

    I want to view my D-link cam also.

    Orb will not work with D-link system since it's not really hook up to the PC, it's hook up to the router.

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    Wirelessly posted (Nokia 6820: Mozilla/5.0 (SymbianOS/9.1; U; en-us) AppleWebKit/413 (KHTML, like Gecko) Safari/413 es61 UP.Link/6.3.1.17.06.3.1.17.0)

    I read something a while back about Argus Remote Surveillance.... No experience with it though. Worth a look?

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    Check out Mobiscope by Shape Services.

    S60 app, about $30.
    Post-Cingular AT&T: Fewer bars in more places like WORKHOMEVERYWHERE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendDeath
    Check out Mobiscope by Shape Services.

    S60 app, about $30.
    Thanks for the info. Unfortunately it didn't work with D-link system. D-link camera are not hook up to the PC it self so Mobiscope can not detect it. D-link cameras are actually hook up to the routers. Thanks anyway.

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    what model of dlink cam is it?

    what mm protocol is used... ie, flash, java, wm, etc?

    if you go to the page on a computer, and view the source, you should be able to determine the type of file it views.. or if you want post or pm me the source and I can analyze it for you to determine this info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arcane613
    what model of dlink cam is it?

    what mm protocol is used... ie, flash, java, wm, etc?

    if you go to the page on a computer, and view the source, you should be able to determine the type of file it views.. or if you want post or pm me the source and I can analyze it for you to determine this info.
    I have the DCS 5300 and two DCS 5300G

    I'll try and get some more infos, TIA

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