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I have been working on a IoT project for some time. I have an IP camera and I want to make a Raspberry Pi work as a stream server to stream the IP camera and access it in a browser.

I have found a number of projects doing the same thing with the Raspberry Pi camera module or USB webcam, but I want to know if it's possible to do that with a generic IP camera (in my case HiKam IPcamera).

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It's possible. UV4L can do exactly what you want.

Here are the detailed instructions: Turn any MJPEG streaming source (e.g. IP camera) into a virtual camera.

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