An openFrameworks addon for MJPEG streams (Axis IP Camera, etc.).
C++ Makefile
Switch branches/tags
Latest commit 076f07f Jun 5, 2016 @bakercp Make easy defaults.
Permalink
Failed to load latest commit information.
example Make easy defaults. Jun 5, 2016
src Fixes #22 May 25, 2016
.gitignore Update .gitignore. Nov 17, 2015
README.md Update licenses. Mar 30, 2016
addon_config.mk Add config. Aug 30, 2013
license.txt Update licenses. Mar 30, 2016
ofxaddons_thumbnail.png Animated. Aug 14, 2013
screen.png Updated readme and added screenshot. Aug 21, 2012

README.md

#ofxIpVideoGrabber

Screenshot

#Description

ofxIpVideoGrabber is an Open Frameworks addon used to capture video streams from IP Cameras that use the mjpeg streaming protocol. Public cameras can be found with a google search like this:

http://www.google.com/search?q=inurl%3A%22axis-cgi%2Fmjpg%22

See others examples below.

OpenFrameworks is a cross platform open source toolkit for creative coding in C++.

http://www.openframeworks.cc/

#Installation

To use ofxIpVideoGrabber, first you need to download and install Open Frameworks.

To get a copy of the repository you can download the source from http://github.com/bakercp/ofxIpVideoGrabber or, alternatively, you can use git clone:

git clone git://github.com/bakercp/ofxIpVideoGrabber.git`

The addon should sit in openFrameworks/addons/ofxIpVideoGrabber/.

Which version to use?

ofxIpVideoGrabber has been tested with the latest development version of openFrameworks including 0.9.0+.

The master branch should be is stable. New features, etc are in the develop branch.

For past releases see https://github.com/bakercp/ofxIpVideoGrabber/releases

#Dependencies

None

#Compatability

Edimax IC-3005 Axis Cameras and others.

#How Do I Find Cameras?

You might try some of the following Google Searches:

inurl:”ViewerFrame?Mode=
intitle:Axis 2400 video server
inurl:/view.shtml
intitle:”Live View / – AXIS
inurl:view/view.shtml
inurl:ViewerFrame?Mode=
inurl:ViewerFrame?Mode=Refresh
inurl:axis-cgi/jpg
inurl:axis-cgi/mjpg (motion-JPEG)
inurl:view/indexFrame.shtml
inurl:view/index.shtml
inurl:view/view.shtml
liveapplet
intitle:”live view” intitle:axis
intitle:liveapplet
allintitle:”Network Camera NetworkCamera”
intitle:axis intitle:”video server”
intitle:liveapplet inurl:LvAppl
intitle:”EvoCam” inurl:”webcam.html”
intitle:”Live NetSnap Cam-Server feed”
intitle:”Live View / – AXIS”
intitle:”Live View / – AXIS 206M”
intitle:”Live View / – AXIS 206W”
intitle:”Live View / – AXIS 210?
inurl:indexFrame.shtml Axis
inurl:”MultiCameraFrame?Mode=Motion”
intitle:start inurl:cgistart
intitle:”WJ-NT104 Main Page”
intext:”MOBOTIX M1? intext:”Open Menu”
intext:”MOBOTIX M10? intext:”Open Menu”
intext:”MOBOTIX D10? intext:”Open Menu”
intitle:snc-z20 inurl:home/
intitle:snc-cs3 inurl:home/
intitle:snc-rz30 inurl:home/
intitle:”sony network camera snc-p1?
intitle:”sony network camera snc-m1?
site:.viewnetcam.com -www.viewnetcam.com
intitle:”Toshiba Network Camera” user login
intitle:”netcam live image”
intitle:”i-Catcher Console – Web Monitor”

#Alternatives

If you are interested in using these cameras with Processing or Max/MSP/Jitter, you can find code here: https://github.com/themaw/mawLib/tree/master/src/mxj/trunk/mawLib-mxj/src/maw/jit/ipcam. It is part of mawLib and includes pan/tilt, etc control code.

You might also check out IPCAM2SYPHON. It wraps this library and sends cam textures via Syphon.

#License Copyright (c) 2011-2016 Christopher Baker http://christopherbaker.net

MIT License.

For information on usage and redistribution, and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES, see the file, "LICENSE.txt," in this distribution.