is there a way where i can run a live webcam on a website, so people can pay monthly

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Marksammut

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im trying to get a live webcam on my website so people can pay for a subscription to watch it, im using Dreamweaver CS3.

I would like to like people to be able to pay for 1 off 24 hour subscription and also a 3 month subscription, i want the code to expire after these time periods are up, and people not being able to use that same code again.

Im using Windows XP,
 
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sounds to me you need a web host that allows live streaming. Or you can set up your own server and stream from there.
Not sure how techy you are but have a look here, http://www.diywebserver.com/ at least the info might give you some insight to know exactly what you need.
Tempted as I am to ask I shall only guess as to the nature of the live webcast. Lego building?
 

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No Need For it anymore im just going to use Ustream and password protect the stream, Then make a 12 month code so one for every month, so the smallest you can buy is one month, also its not lego, its painting, :)
 

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Well ITs for nude Art, but its not for me, its for a woman who im designing for
 
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I ask because my wife is an artist, always wanting to learn more techniques and improve her skill. Not too keen on her looking at nude guys though :)
Good luck Mark
 

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Haha, Yeah i see your point well, i can see if i can give you her site after im finished coding it ?
 
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