My chick cam

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by jayhopeter, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. jayhopeter

    jayhopeter In the Brooder

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    I've just setup a chick cam on my now 5 day old chicks.

    http://24.213.4.158:2069/

    If you want to see a live feed click on the "Java" link. Java may already be installed on your machine otherwise you will have install the java plug in. You can also use "Active X" once you click on it you will have to install the plugin(will appear at the top of the window in a yellow bar).

    Let me know if anyone is having problems viewing it.
     
    Last edited: Feb 17, 2011
  2. gritsar

    gritsar Cows, Chooks & Impys - OH MY!

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  3. spotlikeschicks

    spotlikeschicks In the Brooder

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    Those are very nice!
     
  4. DaddysChickens

    DaddysChickens In the Brooder

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    Nice...I like it...Very cool idea...
     
  5. GeneJordan

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    I like!
     
  6. desertdarlene

    desertdarlene Crowing

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    Awww, cute. Unfortunately, my computer's processor at home is so slow that the picture stutters a lot. I will check it out again with a faster computer.
     
  7. gavinandallison

    gavinandallison Songster

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    So cute,,,,,,,,, what type are they?
     
  8. GeneJordan

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    Quote:I am willing to bet that it is more the camera and not your computer, but still it cool
     
  9. jayhopeter

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    Thanks everyone. My bandwidth is pretty good but the camera itself probably has a hard time handling multiple streams at once. The chicks are Americanas, Americana/RIR crosses, and Americana/Light Brahmas crosses.
     
  10. ck_dunham

    ck_dunham Chirping

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    LOL When I looked at the Cam there was one lonely little one just sitten there looken around. After I refreshed she was face down and asleep. I love it.
     

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