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November 7, 2014 AT 3:00 am

RaspberrIPCam: Full HD IP camera based on Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Great project from Sons of Tone found via Hack a Day.

The RaspberrIPCam is an Open Source project that aims to provide a modern and reliable solution for anyone wants to secure it’s home or work and at a very low price compared to what you can find on the market.

I started this project because no other solutions based on Raspivid and vlc streamer convinced me in FPS and because I prefer to master all the chain.

Performances are just great, because it allow streaming a FULL HD (1080p) video stream at 30fps without latency (latency involved is mostly due to the player).

Currently it does the basic task of a CCTV IP Camera : stream over the network a live H.264 encoded video over RTSP protocol which is the standard protocol for video streaming in security applications. It will be improved by a Record Manager, and external trigger handler (PIR Sensor, door sensor, …) and a web sever for configuration.

This article show you how to encapsulate your own Raspberry in a camera housing and build the software to do this.

Read the full tutorial here.

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