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Default OpenSource DIY 720p HD IP Cam with Linux

I was around town (Seoul) yesterday and came across a neat little IP cam built directly from the ground up.
The fellow in question had used a Beaglebone Black, and several drivers
for Linux. these are: mpeg-streamer and libjpeg8-dev supporting library.


It had me thinking about the possibility of making one of these. Problem is in S.Korea vendors like to double or triple charge you as none of them seems to understand how to order these through a proper distributor.
Beagleboard Blacks are about $70-80 here. Normally $45 elsewhere.

Facepalm, why.

The result is an HD security camera capable to streaming HD video over your home network via RTP and UTP.

I should mention that ALL of these devices (Pi/BeagleBone Black/Cubieboard MUST use a UVC compatible web cam)

From http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/UVC_Webcam_Devices:

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UVC webcam devices are collectively those USB webcams that are UVC compliant and are supported under Linux by the uvcvideo kernel driver module.

You can see here
http://derekmolloy.ie/streaming-vide...glebone-black/
http://blog.lemoneerlabs.com/3rdPart...fps_DRAFT.html
http://embeddedgeeks.wordpress.com/2...urveillance-2/

This one is a cubieboard 2 based video streamer
http://linux-sunxi.org/Cubieboard/Webcam
there is a similar project already for Raspberry pi.
Streaming Your Webcam w/ Raspberry Pi | Wolf Paulus

I hope this is post might inspire an interesting project on the geek thread




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Are those cams more controllable than generic UVC cameras? For example, can you change the exposure times, white balance, etc. manually? Sometimes I'm wary of UVC stuff because it uses only that generic driver which shows video, but can't be controlled for anything else.
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Good question,
according to the literature on the UVC camera library for Linux it seems that one can adjust those perimeters by installing video4linux libraries and utilities.
In the utilities you can adjust those perimeters.
I'm still trying to track down a proper board (Cubie 3 board) so that I can put together a faster version of this security camera/ area monitor.
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Very cool! I've been wanting a network cam or two, for use in the car and front porch. Haven't looked too seriously at options, but will have to add this to the list of options. Thought it'd be fun to build a video streaming doohicky, like a Roku, out of a RasPi or BBB, but only if there is a step-by-step written for people as dumb as monkeys.
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Very cool! I've been wanting a network cam or two, for use in the car and front porch. Haven't looked too seriously at options, but will have to add this to the list of options. Thought it'd be fun to build a video streaming doohicky, like a Roku, out of a RasPi or BBB, but only if there is a step-by-step written for people as dumb as monkeys.
There is a magazine for that. Linux Monkey.




In the list of links I posted, there is a semi-step by step guide showing what one needs to do to install all the linux libraries.
Angstrom linux looks to be where it's at.
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