kali ini I’d like to show you how to setup streaming with webcam,
after using motion as webcam server, I dont get satisfied its because the lag / latency.
this video streaming’ll be use into my private projects that needed video-streaming.
I found that the MJPG-streamer is the most suitable-non-lag-fast-streaming-video-server ever.
ok, just follow these steps ya :-* (centil banget hehe)
1. Install build dependencies
The following command installs the three libraries that MJPG-Streamer uses:
$ sudo apt-get install libjpeg8-dev imagemagick libv4l-dev
2. Add missing videodev.h
videodev.h header file that MJPG-Streamer needs has been replaced with a
videodev2.h. To make MJPG-Streamer happy you have to create a symbolic link:
$ sudo ln -s /usr/include/linux/videodev2.h /usr/include/linux/videodev.h
3. Download MJPG-Streamer
The source code for MJPG-Streamer is available at sourceforge.net, but it is tricky to find the direct download link:
$ wget http://sourceforge.net/code-snapshots/svn/m/mj/mjpg-streamer/code/mjpg-streamer-code-182.zip
4. Unzip the MJPG-Streamer source code
The source code download is a compressed zip file. Put the file in your home directory (or a temporary folder, if you prefer) and run the following to extract the files:
$ unzip mjpg-streamer-code-182.zip
5. Build MJPG-Streamer
MJPG-Streamer comes with several plugins, but only a couple of them are needed to stream video. The command below only builds what’s needed:
$ cd mjpg-streamer-code-182/mjpg-streamer $ make mjpg_streamer input_file.so input_uvc.so output_http.so
6. Install MJPG-Streamer
The following commands copy all the needed files into system directories:
$ sudo cp mjpg_streamer /usr/local/bin $ sudo cp output_http.so input_file.so /usr/local/lib/ $ sudo cp -R www /usr/local/www
7. Start the camera
We are almost there. Now it is time to start the camera module:
$ mkdir /tmp/stream $ mjpg_streamer -i "/usr/local/lib/input_uvc.so -r 320x240 -yuv -f 15" -o "/usr/local/lib/output_http.so -w /usr/local/www"
8. Start MJPG-Streamer
The camera is now writing images, so all that is left is to start MJPG-Streamer:
9. Watch the Stream!
Now you can connect with your web browser and watch the stream live. If you want to watch from within the same Raspberry Pi you can enter
http://localhost:8080 in the browser’s address bar. If you want to watch from another computer in your network use
After you verify that everything is working you can remove the source code:
$ cd ../../ $ rm -rf mjpg-streamer-182
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