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# 20857 8-Apr-2008 07:37
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I have a new HTC 6800 running Mobile 6 Pro.  I cannot view a specific live webcam (the whole reason I bought this device).
I get no error message, just nothing.
Web site address is if that helps.

Cam is called by this javascript code:
  <script type="text/javascript">
       var po1 = new PlayerObject("player1");
       po1.eventHandler.OnStart = OnStart;
       po1.eventHandler.OnStop = OnStop1;
       po1.eventHandler.OnPause = OnPause;
       po1.eventHandler.OnResize = OnResize1;
       po1.eventHandler.OnError = OnError1;
       po1.createPlayer(320, 265);

They're using UMedia Server and Player.

Things I've tried:
downloaded Opera (seemed to at least hold the right amount of space for the video)
various media players which allow viewing of YouTube type videos only

There has to be something out there for me to view this cam!  HELP
Thanks in advance!

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  # 121997 8-Apr-2008 07:42
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That webcam uses an ObjectX which is a technology not supported on Internet Explorer Mobile. If it was Java you could use Opera with a JVM, or if it had an alternate JPEG-push stream then you could see it in the browser.

No media player will play that stream, except their own.

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