Global Home You are here:Support > containsBusiness & Professional > containsOffice Products > containsNetwork Camera > containsTechnical Information > containsDisplaying Live Images from your Network Camera on a Web Page


Main Contents begins from here.

Support

Network Camera

Displaying Live Images from your Network Camera on a Web Page

This page contains sample images illustrating the different ways you can customize your web page to include live images from your Panasonic Network Camera, using the sample HTML files and CGI commands provided elsewhere on this site.

  • Knowledge of HTML is necessary for using the sample programs.
  • To display live images from your Network Camera on a web page, use the sample programs found on the download page.
  • Please read and understand the following technical references before using the sample HTML files and CGI commands.
  • When using the sample files, you will need to edit them to include the URL of your Network Camera(s). If you attempt to use these files as is, a "Page not found" error will be displayed.
  • Up to 10 simultaneous connections can be made to the Network Cameras. Up to 30 simultaneous connections can be made to the Network Cameras.
  • It is possible to allow more than the maximum (10 or 30) simultaneous connections to your Network Camera by configuring the camera to FTP still images to a server, then configuring your web page to display those images. Please note that this process only works with still images, not live, motion images.

Sample

  • Sample 1
    Displays live images and the Pan/Tilt controller on your web page.
    [ Your web page will look like this: ]

    Live image1

  • Sample 2
    Same as Sample 1, plus adds a top title frame.
    [ Your web page will look like this: ]

    Live image2

  • Sample 3
    Same as Sample 2, plus adds a footer frame.
    [ Your web page will look like this: ]

    Live image3

  • Sample 4
    Same as Sample 3, plus adds a comment frame.
    [ Your web page will look like this: ]

    Live image4

  • Sample 5
    Multi-Camera display. Displays live images from 3 cameras at 160x120, plus live images from 1 camera at 320x240.
    [ Your web page will look like this: ]

    Live image5

  • Sample 6
    Displays your main web page, plus live images and the Pan/Tilt controller in a sub-window.
    [ Your web page will look like this: ]
    After entering the URL, the main page is displayed in the main window, with live images from the Network Camera and the Pan/Tilt controller displayed in a separate window. The sub-window is closed along with the main window

    Live image6

  • Sample 7
    Displays live images and the Pan/Tilt controller in a sub-window.
    [ Your web page will look like this: ]

    Live image7

  • Note:
  • The information on this web page is just an example.An understanding of HTML is necessary to use these sample programs on your web page, and Panasonic cannot support programs made by end-users.
  • Please use the information on this web page at your own risk.
  • Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd. cannot take responsibility for consequences resulting from the use of information on this web page.

Banner area begins from here.

Global Home You are here:Support > containsBusiness & Professional > containsOffice Products > containsNetwork Camera > containsTechnical Information > containsDisplaying Live Images from your Network Camera on a Web Page