[Red5] motion detection
aclarke at xuggle.com
Wed Dec 16 08:54:55 PST 2009
Client-side would certainly shift the burden to the edge of the network (a
good thing). If you want to try a server based solution with the following
flash -> red5 -> xuggler -> openCV (http://opencv.willowgarage.com/wiki/)
capture-camera and sent to network -> receive video -> decode video to raw
image -> detect motion in C/C++, Python or Java code (although I think the
Java bindings are out of date).
It's not easy, but it's doable. But I echo Julien's recommendation of doing
it client-side if you can.
On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 8:46 AM, tom <tomabroad at gmail.com> wrote:
> yeah - sorry for not being more clear: im trying to figure out what could
> be the best solution:
> - ipcamera + flash / flex client
> - ipcamera + vlc (or others?) + open source (motion detection software...?)
> since im new to motion detection i was just wondering if someone had some
> good experience and could share it....
> On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 11:39 AM, julien Devouassoud <julien.dev at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> The motion detection is a client side problem. if you manage to get your
>> flash/flex client to know when the stream is on and off, then you send it to
>> red5 to save it.
>> But the first part of your problem is pure client side in my opinion
>> 2009/12/16 tom <tomabroad at gmail.com>
>>> hi, long time ago i saw a tutorial someone made about a "parking-lot
>>> motion detection recording - thingy..." but im not able to find it again....
>>> but which is currently of interest to me. so i was wondering what the
>>> current options are in terms of:
>>> - ip camera + motion detection: need hints, anyone good experience with
>>> some (to me unknown) software? (Open)
>>> - red5 to record it: check, i think i have all i need
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