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It's pretty neat, but I will say that I have had trouble connecting them to Wifi (they require a specific frequency that Xfinity routers don't allow), and I have had two AC adapters and/or Bloom Sky devices fail on me, so I'm concerned about their reliability. Host it from your Internet connection: It's not rocket science to figure out how to host an image or a live stream from your webcam on your own Internet connection, especially if your webcam has a web page showing the stream (then you just need to "port forward" it through your router). Use web hosting: This is what I do, and this gives you the most control.
Weather Underground has committed to continuing their webcam upload service, due to negative feedback they received after their announcement.
I hope the links below will still help you in your weather webcam ventures. UPDATE 12/1: I added Bloom Sky as #3 & Camera FTP to #1 below. Travel is considering FTP services, if you are affected by the upcoming outage, take their survey so that Webcams. UPDATE 11/20: I have added an additional provider (Webcam Galore.com) to #2 below.
Save your video in the resolution you recorded it in or change it to 240p, 360p, 480p, or 720p.
Note that you can keep or change the resolution to a lower one (downscale), not change it to a higher one (upscale).
The problem with doing this live is, after you get more than a few users your webcam may slow down, or your ISP might say you're using too much bandwidth (or worse, charge you for it). Web hosting has gotten a lot cheaper and easier in the last 10 years.