Connect your Raspberry Pi to the Internet, attach a usb webcam, Pi Cam or an IP Camera and capture videos, snapshots and timelapses. Comprehensive surveillance system.
Features a very intuitive interface that will allow you to add and configure your pi camera or supported webcam or IP Camera 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 official Pi Camera, the popular Logitech C210 Webcam, the Amcrest 4MP UltraHD WiFi Camera, the PS3 Eye Toy and also the Microsoft Microsoft LifeCam Cinema 720p HD Webcam.
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 of IP camera or the official Pi Camera
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.
To install the CamMotion Server follow the instructions on Getting Started. After the installation, use the Web Front End to enable and configure your Pi Camera and any connected USB Web Cam
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.