Raspbian RTSP Video Wall
A simple project to help create a video wall of RTSP feeds running on a RaspberryPi.
This project was created on a RaspberryPi Zero W but should work on most RaspberryPi's with network capabilities.
This project assumes you already have Rasbian installed and configured on a RaspberryPi.
- A RaspberryPi running raspbian. - The RaspberryPi should have a working network interface. - Access to some RTSP video feeds. - omxplayer (sudo apt install omxplayer). - screen (sudo apt install screen). - bc (sudo apt install bc).
Installing and Running
In short you only have to clone this project to your RaspberryPi, update the feed file and set the amount of screens for your wall.
# ssh into your RaspberryPi # Change to the home directory cd ~ # Install all the prerequisites sudo apt install omxplayer && sudo apt install screen && sudo apt install bc && sudo apt install git # Clone the project. git clone https://github.com/somejavadev/raspbian-rtsp-videowall.git # Change to the project directory cd raspbian-rtsp-videowall # Edit the feed file with your favourite editor and add your RTSP feeds including username and password if required. nano rtsp.feed # add your own rtsp feeds: rtsp://username:email@example.com:10554/PSIA/streaming/channels/102 rtsp://username:firstname.lastname@example.org:10554/PSIA/streaming/channels/202 save the file and exit. # Update the amount of screens for the video wall: nano rtsp-video-wall.sh # Change the value of the SIZE variable: # Note this number should be a perfect square (1, 4, 9, 16, 25) SIZE=4; save the file and exit. # Ensure the .sh file is executable chmod +x rtsp-video-wall.sh # To launch the video wall: ./rtsp-video-wall.sh # To close the video wall, kill all screen sessions killall omxplayer; killall screen;
- Hein Smith - Initial git project - raspbian-rtsp-videowall
See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details