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USING A CAMERA ON RASPBERRY PI WITHOUT MOTIONEYEOS

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PeterPenPencil
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I would like to see if there is a way for us to see a camera wireless without having to dedicate a computer like when you use Motioneyeos. Simpler but in effective way.

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triform
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Hi @peterpenpencil,

I'm not sure if I understand what you really want, but this is what I have used on the RPI and Yun to stream with: ffmpeg

Scott

 

 


   
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PeterPenPencil
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I would like to see if there is a way for us to see a camera wireless without having to dedicate a computer like when you use Motioneyeos. Simpler but in effective way.

I mean if I can have a camera for streaming video on Raspberry Pi without having to dedicate it like Motioneyeos. Can two computers use a camera without having to use Motioneyeos? 


   
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codecage
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@peterpenpencil

Paul McWhorter has a video, which hasn't been released yet, that takes a RasPi Zero W and wirelessly streams the video from it.  I am waiting with baited breath for this video myself as I already have the hardware ready to go.

AI on the Jetson Nano Lesson 62

It is not scheduled to be released until 10/03/2020, so we have over a month to wait.  This may be what you need, especially if you don't come up with an answer before Oct 3rd.

SteveG


   
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