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Need help: advice for IP-cam?
« on: August 02, 2017, 02:10:06 AM »

I want to install multiple outdoor-cams around my house and I have this requirements:

-max. ~250€ each cam.
-Dome-cam if possible but only for decent placement and set-up-orientation. Live movement is not required
-Full-HD min.
-wide viewing-angle (90°+)
-Motion-detecting and photo-saving at last automatically on a network-drive (raspberry pi or windows-pc hosted f.e. )
-videostream-transmittion without extra software. I want to use a startup video or VLC to grab the live-stream. Apps are not required.

The last point is my problem to figure out.
I own some Axis-M10-cams and these are "grabbable" via VLC, but Axis is too expensive in outdoor-section.

Can you pleas tell me what other brands supports videostream-grabbing without extra-software?

or can you recommend me a cam?

thanks and kind regards!


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Re: Need help: advice for IP-cam?
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2017, 10:47:14 PM »
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