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Project is current:
Short description of the project:
Experimenting with the use of webcams for security.
A USB webcam of the model "Logitec Quickcam Zoom" is also available for this project. Using VLC you can access it's output using this command:
<pre>vlc v4l2:///dev/video0 --fullscreen</pre>
A network camera of type TP-Link TL-SC3130G is permantently installed in the bar area of [[Den Bunker]]. Accessing this camera can be done from any browser, we in the space just browser to http://10.98.71.25/. Direct access to the streaming images is also available through VLC (and other players). This camera supports two different types of video-streams although not both simultaneous.
For a MPEG-4 videostream "Settings > Basic > Camera > RTSP" has to be set to ON in the web-interface.
vlc rtsp://10.98.71.25:8554/video.mp4 --noaudio --fullscreen</pre>
To be able to enable the Motion JPEG stream on this camera you have to set "Settings > Basic > Camera > RTSP" to OFF.
vlc http://10.98.71.25:8070/video.mjpg --fullscreen</pre>
To do the aggregation, capture and motion detection of video data we plan to use Zoneminder. At the moment I can configure both camera's to work in Zoneminder but not at the same time. Once the USB camera is properly recognized the network camera is no longer available. (Strange, Ideas?)
On Ubuntu 10.10 Zoneminder can be installed straight from the repositories.
<pre>sudo apt-get install zoneminder</pre>
After this you should be able to load zoneminder at http://localhost/zm. If not you may need to change the following lines in the file /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default. Find the line:
and change it to read
Similarly change the line:
After these changes you need to restart zoneminder ans apache.
<pre>sudo /etc/init.d/zoneminder restart
sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart</pre> Now zoneminder should be available at http://localhost.
For the USB camera the following settings were used:
Capture: Video 4 Linux 2
For the network camera using [[Zoneminder#MJPG|Motion JPEG]]:
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This link was very useful setting up this system:
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