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EDIT: This is not with RTSP but may help you You can try with How to stream video and audio from a Raspberry Pi with no latency. Install gstreamer1.0 on the Raspberry Pi video server: In /etc/apt/sources.list, add "deb http://vontaene.de/raspbian-updates/ . main" sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gstreamer1.0 Start streaming the video In the ...


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I posted a possible solution in raspberry forum using a simple RTSP server based on live555 that is fed with H264 V4L2 driver that you can find from github h264_v4l2_rtspserver


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+1 for Piwall. In addition to the displays themselves, you need one pi per screen, an SD for each pi, an Ethernet switch big enough to accept all of the pi's + cables, powers supplies, etc. You'll also need another pi or PC to act as a master and run 'the whole shebang'. But the software is GPL'ed and available on their page here- (including source code ...


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The correct commands to start an RTSP server on the Raspberry Pi are, for example: uv4l --driver raspicam --auto-video_nr --framerate 30 --extension-presence=0 cvlc v4l2c:///dev/video0:width=640:height=480:chroma=H264 --sout '#rtp{sdp=rtsp://:8554/}' --demux h264 Do not forget to pass --extension-presence=0 to uv4l. On the client side you can then play ...


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You can setup OpenCV (C++ or Python depending on what language you prefer). OpenCV will be able to read right from the camera using capture module and there are functions you can write which will allows you to identify the motion in front of the camera.


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UV4L offers a driver named "raspidisp" that captures the screen and offers a /dev/video device for use with ffmpeg or avconv.


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You may want to use uv4l. uv4l easily implement camera control and webRTC streaming, in a very efficient way, and quite easily. So your RPi will stream the camera on the network, while the computer will acquire frames from the RPI via opencv videoCapture class, as if it was a classic video file or camera, in order to analyse them. More information about ...


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Try using this command vlc "Humvee_Large.h264":sout=#rtp{sdp=rtsp://:8554/} :sout-keep If you can access GUI, try using VLC's GUI streaming setup.


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There is a custom source called nginx-rtmp - This works really well but you need to do quite allot of things before it works. It is awesome because it has allot of built in features and supports other streaming protocols, like HLS or embedding MPEG-DASH into websites, not just RTMP. It is extremely efficient in repackaging the video stream into flv or mp4. ...


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