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I was recently introduced to a Freemium piece of software called Xeoma. It’s basically the holy grail when it comes to integrating Cameras of ALL types include IP with rtsp, http, udp, tcp feeds and will find most of them automatically. It will also include any Regular USB WebCams that can be directly plugged into your computer.
At that point it comes down to “Chaining Modules Together” the most of which you can do with the free version is 2 sources with 3 modules each, which allowed me everything that I needed for my 2 camera system.
I started by configuring the chain of Modules, it’s very easy, here is an example of a simple 3 module chain that will DVR to a Drive:
Each of these Modules need to be configured.
Here are some example screenshots of my configurations, but you’ll need to change your camera settings accordingly.
Notice how the Motion Detection allows you to choose sensitivity and zones, etc.. It’s very full featured.
And Finally you have to choose how long you want the DVR to record, etc on the last part of the chain.
Once you get it all configured, it’s well worth it. You’ll have a DVR system like this that you can monitor as needed and it will mark motion events for you.
Here are some shots from my actual setup :
Okay, so now you’ve got all your Xeoma Cameras set-up, but you want to put it on your ChromeCast, what now?
It’s actually more simple than you think. Chances are you already have the Google ChromeCast Plugin.
Once you select that, a popup will ask you which monitor to share. Share the monitor with Xeoma on it fullscreen and WAM – IP Cameras on your ChromeCast.
If there’s something about this topic that you’d like more detail about, please feel free to post in the comments and ask any questions!
Have fun Scavenging! There’s so many cool libraries and open source/freemium products out!