Windows client to view the archive of video or web-solution
Briefly a situation: there is a linux server, the set of ip cameras (trendnet/dlink). Task — write archive video with sound and to reproduce it (either the windows client or in the browser)
The options are now:
-writing through motion and folding. Then there is the question of sound (the camera can give sound only with rtsp stream) and display to the user
-zoneminder. Problem with sound
camera able themselves to write and put in folders (breaking on the rollers, for example, 1 minute). the question remains in the viewer (the perfect option if there is tell me some solution)
-all softinkoy themselves trendnet/dlink. The problem here is the need of windows and great voracity for resources
p.s. ideally a free solution, or at least not very expensive but proven. about ivideon know, but that's another story
chesley_Anderson answered on October 3rd 19 at 03:35
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columbus_Kirlin answered on October 3rd 19 at 03:37
motion can't write sound.
The house did so: linux server configured motion on two cameras (analog and ip camera) and included in it config mini http server through which you can watch online for the events near the house. Regarding the archive: Video it in folders for each camera (cam1, cam2) according to the current date. Because the day is going to a lot of pieces of the video made a script that the cron from the pile of small videorolikov, creates one big video file for each camera. Folders shared on the net for my devices. Browsing normally using vlc.
lane40 answered on October 3rd 19 at 03:39
I have a similar situation were.
Actually, my article on Habre with a couple of scripts in bash for the demolishing videos Cam lies here habrahabr.ru/post/134440/ only a correct way, at least.
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