I have a GoPro Hero 3+. After some hacking, I can do a live view stream via VLC Player (after setting it on loop). However, I want to add a live stream to my ASP.NET web page (C#). I've tried a few things.


<video src=""

JW Player:

<div id='goproherolive'></div>
<script src="http://jwpsrv.com/library/9Xd9rv1IEeKDbSIACusDuQ.js"></script>
<script type='text/javascript'>
        file: '',
        //file: '',
        //file: 'C:\Users\msalim\Videos\GOPR0652.MP4',
        title: 'GoPro HERO Live Stream',
        width: '100%',
        aspectratio: '16:9',
        fallback: 'false',
        autostart: 'true',
        repeat: 'true'


<Wpf:VlcControl x:Name="myVlcControl" />

<Grid Grid.Row="0">
         <VisualBrush Stretch="Uniform">
                 <Image Source="{Binding ElementName=myVlcControl, Path=}" />
         </VisualBrush >

Found here. I don't know why but this just doesn't bring up anything on my webpage. The others at least give me a video screen with an error.

None of these work. I'd prefer anything free and that is compatible with ASP.NET 4.5. It could be HTML, JavaScript, C#, or anything else that runs smoothly with ASP.NET. I just want to be able to stream it via a web page on all common browsers (Internet Explore, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari).

Please note that the path/source of the video is over VPN:

The GoPro also produces .ts files. If there is a way to put those together and play those, then that's acceptable as well.

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I guess I just jumped the gun on this one, but I found a working solution with some browsers using VLC Web Plugin:

<!-- VLC Web Plugin in works! (for some browsers...) -->
<embed type="application/x-vlc-plugin" name="video1" autoplay="no" loop="yes" width="400" height="300" target="" /> 
<br /> 
<a href="javascript:;" onclick='document.video1.play()'>Play video1</a> 
<a href="javascript:;" onclick='document.video1.pause()'>Pause video1</a> 
<a href="javascript:;" onclick='document.video1.stop()'>Stop video1</a> 
<a href="javascript:;" onclick='document.video1.fullscreen()'>Fullscreen</a>

NOTE: It plays standard ratio (not HD). It's also a bit laggy.

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