WebCam Server with Motion Detection and File Network Share for the Raspberry Pi/Pi2/Pi3.
SD Card Image with Noobs - New Out Of the Box Software - an easy operating system install manager for the Raspberry Pi.
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Capture videos and snapshots from the pi camera or a webcam and stream video through a webserver. Simply connect your Raspberry Pi to the Internet, attach a PiCamera or a supported usb webcam and upon first boot login with user admin to the web server by typing http://your-ip-address:8765/
A very intuitive interface will allow you to configure your pi camera or supported webcam and to manage the snapshots and videos you capture. You can select advanced settings such us threshold for motion detection and automatic e-mail alerts. You will be able also to see a live stream from your VLC, Firefox, Chrome browser or Iphone/iPad device by simply typing in your browser: http://your-ip-address:8081/
Includes also a network file share, so you can review captured snapshots or movies, by simply connecting to the network share, for example in Windows go to START and type your-ip-address.
This SD Card image was tested with the popular and cheap Logitech C210 Webcam, the PS3 Eye Toy and also the Microsoft Microsoft LifeCam Cinema 720p HD Webcam. A complete list of verified WebCams compatible with the Raspberry Pi is available here: elinux.org/RPi_VerifiedPeripherals#USB_Webcams
To use this image you will need:
• A Raspberry Pi
• A boot SD card for the Raspberry Pi (4Gb or higher).
• An Ethernet cable to connect to the Internet
• A supported webcam
The server can be setup to:
- provide a live stream
- capture live streams and/or pictures on the network share
- capture images and/or video when something moves in the camera's field of vision. This is ideal for observation purposes because it limits the number of images produced.
You can rotate the stream captured, you can change the resolution, width and height to other values (as supported by your webcam), you can change the number of frames captured per second, you can adjust brightness, contrast and saturation.
For motion detection you can change the threshold number of changed pixels in an image that triggers motion detection, you can filter noise, you can detect motion in predefined areas, you can decide to ignore sudden light intensity changes (for example from a light switch). Also when motion is detected you can select if to capture jpeg snapshots, movies or both. You can also generate timelapse videos from your captured snapshots.
You can adjust the quality to be used in the compression, you can automatically locate and draw a box around the moving object. You have different timestamp overlay options
You can change target directories and filenames for images and movies
You can have more than one camera each with its own configuration
Unless you are using the web management interface, to open the stream in browsers other than Chrome, Firefox and Safari you can use a simple html file like this:
Please understand we do not provide troubleshooting instructions for your specific Webcam, nor we can guarantee it will work. If your camera is in the list of verified peripherals it is likely to work out of the box. Also we cannot provide support of your specific custom configurations. But we do provide some basic troubleshooting and configuration instructions with this image.
This is not a physical SD card, this is a preconfigured SD Card Image that you can download and install on the SD card of your choice. The operating systems used and the software provided are Free Open Source.
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