Computing Engineer pro, Camera noob

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  1. lbracher

    lbracher n3wb

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    Hi there!

    I'm a computing engineer and electronics "hobbist" and I would like to study the IP cameras and I would like to have a little advice from you. I'm really noob on this field and I even don't know the terminology yet. Sorry about that.

    I would like to buy two motorized indoor cameras, capable of 360 degrees of azimuth and 180. Medium resolution. I don't bother this time about latency and it's not a problem to have frames dropped. They could be entry level cameras.

    I don't know yet the video protocols over IP. I would like to transmit video over internet with an open stack protocol and record it. I'm willing to use my servers to record it and cast the video to one or two viewers, preferring formats that are easily deliverable with HTML5.

    I would like to have two advices from you, about which could be nice cameras to buy that fit these specs and which are the good practices about network, servers, protocols and software.

    Thank you!

    Lucas Bracher
     
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    looney2ns IPCT Contributor

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