Looking for CAM IP H.264

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danir
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Looking for CAM IP H.264

Post by danir » Wed Jun 25, 2014 12:28 pm

Hi all,

I am looking for a camera with H.264 support for running with ZM. Somebody could tell me witch camera you recommend to turn under ZM with all advantage of H.264 (network, images quality...)

Thank you in adavnce.
Dan

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Re: Looking for CAM IP H.264

Post by rceccleston » Wed Jun 25, 2014 1:15 pm

danir wrote:Hi all,

I am looking for a camera with H.264 support for running with ZM. Somebody could tell me witch camera you recommend to turn under ZM with all advantage of H.264 (network, images quality...)

Thank you in adavnce.
Dan
I would highly recommend the Amovision AM-Q1139 with the Sony 1080P 1/2.7" 25FPS sensor and 3-12mm electronic lens (zoom and focus).

AM-Q1139, 2.0 Megapixel HD Network 4X Zoom IR-Bullet Camera - http://www.amovision.com/products/Hd_ne ... C/599.html

The AM-Q1039 would be a good alternative with the Aptina sensor.

AM-Q1039, 2.0 Megapixel HD Network 4X Zoom IR-Bullet Camera - http://www.amovision.com/products/Hd_ne ... C/594.html

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Re: Looking for CAM IP H.264

Post by linuxsense » Thu Jun 26, 2014 5:02 pm

Budget? If its big lots of great cams are out there. If its minimal I recently found a source for pretty decent 720P IP cams for about $35 that I have had great results with. The built-in interface in those cams is pretty poor but I only use it to set video parameters and have worked out a way to set brightness, contrast, etc with a bash script anyway. The RTSP streaming works just fine. The seller ships very promptly, took about 2 weeks to get from China to So California. Highly recommended for doing it 'on the cheap'.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1-0MP-720P-IP-C ... 258d8391f7

I use one of those for our large backyard and with the addition of a $15 IR illuminator the nighttime view is insane. Its like day. Without the illuminator the night performance is decent enough but in a large yard with lots of trees and dark areas most cams need an extra illuminator for best coverage.

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Re: Looking for CAM IP H.264

Post by jHeron » Thu Jun 26, 2014 7:04 pm

Hi Linuxsense,
Could you elaborate on what you used for an iluminator?
I got a speed dome H264 cam but the IR leds do not come on, they will give me a new camera if I send this one back but its going to cost me 45 bucks to send it back and I have my doubts about ever recieving a new one in return...
Cheers,
Jon

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Re: Looking for CAM IP H.264

Post by linuxsense » Thu Jun 26, 2014 7:37 pm

I used one of these: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008GTAPSO

Quite a few similar options available in that price range.

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Re: Looking for CAM IP H.264

Post by carriba » Fri May 05, 2017 7:22 pm

I have a 3MP camera supporting YUY2, MJPEG and H.264. This said, I do not seem to be able to figure out on how to get H.264 raw stream encoding handled with the camera's on-board processing unit :-(

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