LIVE CAMERA STREAMING RASPBERRY PI – MOTION SETUP

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Raspberry Pi is a handy little computer that is used by hobbyists and techies all alike. Due to its compact size, powerful processor and less power consumption it can be used for anything and anywhere.

In this tutorial, I will show you how you can setup an IP camera using Raspberry Pi and use it to stream live video and view it on your mobile phone, laptop or other devices from anywhere

Instructions

Step 1

Get your Raspberry Pi from Here. Download and setup any OS for raspberry pi in a micro SD card. Insert the micro SD card in your Pi and power it up.

Set a password for user pi
sudo passwd pi
sudo apt update

Step 2

Purchase a camera module for raspberry pi . Connect your camera to the Raspberry Pi.

Run raspi config and enable camera module
sudo raspi-config

Note: Some distros doesn’t have raspi-config pre installed.

Now its time to check whether your pi is detecting the camera module or not. Go to /dev/ and see whether ‘videox’ is present or not.

If it is not there, run
sudo raspi-update
Then restart the pi and run
sudo modprobe bcm2835-v4l2

Step 3

Now you can install motion by running the command
sudo apt install motion
Now its time to edit configuration file

Now open up the configuration file in /etc/motion/motion.conf using a text editor
sudo nano /etc/motion/motion.conf
Edit the following lines.

  • daemon on
  • stream_localhost off
  • stream_maxrate 50
  • framerate 50
  • width 640
  • height 480

Now open the daemon file
sudo nano /etc/default/motion
start_motion_daemon=yes
Now start the daemon by running the command
sudo service motion start
Now open up a web browser on any device on that network and enter the IP address of the pi with the port number 8081. Like http://192.168.1.58:8081

You are now live streaming from the camera.

Source: LIVE CAMERA STREAMING RASPBERRY PI – MOTION SETUP

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