Matt from Raspberry Pi Spy wrote a how to on creating a Raspberry Pi video capture unit.
One hundred and fifty posts later I decided I should really complete a project I’ve been thinking about ever since I got my first Pi. That is a simple video capture unit that would be able to record video, in a loop, with the minimum amount of hardware and setting up.
I wanted a standard setup I could quickly deploy around the house, garden, car or bike. The software needed to be easy to setup so I could use it at short notice. I also wanted it to be basic enough that someone else could use it as a basis for their own Pi camera projects.
This sort of idea isn’t exactly unusual and there are plenty of Pi based camera projects out there but I wanted something I was happy with and did exactly what I needed without any fancy features. Re-inventing the wheel can be fun despite what other people might tell you!
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