Camera Proxy application to unify and secure your IP camera live-viewing

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  1. bp2008

    bp2008 Staff Member

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    This is a software project of mine that I want to share with you all.

    Basically, it provides a single point of access to live view all of your IP cameras, easily and securely. All camera images are sent and received through the service, so you don't need port forwarding rules for each camera; just one port forwarding rule for the service itself. It is kind of like a very stripped-down version of Blue Iris, with only the live viewing and web interface components included.
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    The program runs as a background service on a Windows PC (also partially compatible with Linux and MAC OS X, using Mono).

    Full details, source code, and download links are on the codeplex page:

    https://cameraproxy.codeplex.com

    I hope someone finds this useful. Feel free to reply to this thread with any questions or requests for help.

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    Looks great, definitely interested in trying this out. Thanks for sharing it with us.
     
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    Thanks for sharing it with us.
     
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    riceandbeans Getting the hang of it

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    In C#! I've done something similar in the mono framework on a raspberry pi, I bet it'd be a perfect platform for this if you wanted to run (fairly) headless jpeg/mpeg. This is awesome, thanks for open sourcing and sharing!
     
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    You're welcome. This project is mostly dead now as I just don't have the time and interest to continue developing it. But what is out there still works, and should work on raspberry pi as well, although some of the more useful aspects like image resizing are not advisable to use on a pi due to their increased CPU cost!