Turn your raspberry pi into an ONVIF IP camera

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Turn your raspberry pi into an ONVIF IP camera

Post by knight-of-ni » Sat Oct 22, 2016 3:02 pm

At the moment, this is just a pointer to a couple of open source projects out there, which allow you to turn any raspberry pi into an ONVIF compliant IP camera.

v4l2rtspserver
https://github.com/mpromonet/v4l2rtspserver

As the name implies, this project allows you to stream a video source local to your raspberry pi via RTSP. If you use the official Rasp Pi Cam, rather than a USB cam, it is extremely efficient. I have mine set to stream 720p resolution at 5 fps, and peak cpu usage is just 8% on my Raspberry Pi Zero!

The only downside is that you cannot browse for the stream from a remote device. You have to manually enter the rasp pi's ip address and streaming url into the device you are using to watch the stream.

rpos
https://github.com/BreeeZe/rpos

This project picks up where v4l2rtsperver left off. It enables an ONVIF server on your Raspberry Pi so that any ONVIF aware client application can auto-detect the RTSP stream created by v4l2rtspserver.

Nice!
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