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You can hook up the Raspberry Pi to your TV or any other monitor you have lying around to create your very own video surveillance system. I recently bought a Ubiquiti camera and set it up to monitor my house.
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While I can always view the camera through the UniFi Video app or through my NVR, I wanted an easy way to open up the feed if my phone was dead or in another room. First off, go ahead and download the latest version of Rasbpian.
Etcher is a great cross-platform tool to write the image to an SD card. After writing the image to the SD card, I like to automatically enable ssh.
Configuring the Pi Boot up the Raspberry Pi. We need to make a few changes to option in rtsb configuration to improve performance. There is a tool preinstalled called raspi-config which offers a graphical way to tweak the operating system.
A graphical menu should pop up that you can now use. Since this Pi will be used for monitoring video feeds over RTSP it makes sense to wait for the network to be up before launching the feeds.
Learn more about how to stream IP video on TV. However, the convenience of RTSP can lead to serious problems if being used improperly. Check out unsecured IP camera list To prevent your IP cameras from being hacked and footage being watched, users need to take some safeguards. For example, changing your IP camera account name and creating a strong account password during setup.
Now run updates for the Pi and reboot. Turn on one or more of the RTSP service streams for the camera. To get started, download and extract the software on your Raspberry Pi.