Webcam view of Roman Church of St. Agnes

For today, the Z-Cam is on and aimed it at the Church of St. Agnes in the Piazza Navona, so clearly visible from my lofty window.  The webcam may be viewed via Yahoo Messenger (wdtprs).

I am having a bit of trouble with the webcam, btw.  It has a purple-ish cast which I cannot get rid of unless I make drastic setting changes.  That means that when the light changes, I have to change the settings.  Later today I will be going to a Mass with the Chinese at their church here in Rome and, thus, will not be around at sunset.  I will leave low light settings on, bu I have no idea how the image will appear.

Sorry about having to use Yahoo for this.  I can’t get the fellow who adminstrates the hardware here in this house to open the necessary port on the router so that I can stream using my preferred program. 

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One Response to Webcam view of Roman Church of St. Agnes

  1. jroe says:

    I’m thinking of setting up a webcam in our house, what program do you like to use?