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<title>Sample use of NetworkCam</title>
<!-- java section, visitors see automatically changing image --><applet class="cmp" code="com.mindprod.networkcam.NetworkCam.class" archive="networkcam.jar" align="top" width="320" height="240" vspace="10" hspace="10">
<param name="CameraName" value="Times Square">
<param name="frogs" value="yes">
<param name="RefreshFast" value="5">
<param name="RefreshTimeout" value="30">
<param name="RefreshSlow" value="60">
<param name="Flip" value="no">
<param name="Mirror" value="no">
<param name="Rotate" value="0">
<param name="Image" value="http://images.earthcam.com/ec_metros/newyork/newyork/fridays.jpg?nocache=1119726325281">
<!-- no java section, for visitors without java, image only changes on manual reload --><img src="http://images.earthcam.com/ec_metros/newyork/newyork/fridays.jpg?nocache=1119726325281" alt="No Java View" width="320" height="240" align="top">
If you were using a Java-enabled browser, you would see the <span class="applet">NetworkCam</span> Java
applet continuously updating the image.
Click your browser&rsquo;s Reload/Refresh for a new snapshot.
Configured to reload every 5 seconds for the first 30 seconds after you click
the image, and every minute thereafter.
Click to force a reload.