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Title: CamStreamer: Connect a Network Camera to YouTube or other RTMP streaming platforms
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Description: CamStreamer is an application running on any Axis IP Camera which can send video to YouTube and other streaming servers.
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CamStreamer: Connect a Network Camera to YouTube or other RTMP streaming platforms Toggle navigation CamStreamer Features Introduction Supported streaming platforms Live case studies Purchase Support Download Installation guide FAQs Contact us Stream your IP Camera to YouTube or other RTMP platforms Live HD video on your web SW running inside camera Engage new customers Unlimited number of viewers Watch video Learn more How it works CamStreamer connects your Axis IP camera to YouTube or other streaming services. Everything is running inside the camera. No need for computer or encoder. See details. How to start Buy an Axis IP camera, install CamStreamer app into your camera and connect your Axis camera to your YouTube channel. No need for router configuration. See instructions. Make PR! Promote your hotel, city, national park, sports centre or conference... Put the live video on your YouTube channel or directly on your web page or Facebook wall. See our reference projects. Video watchdog We are actively monitoring cameras from our servers. We will send you an email if your camera disconnects or the broadcast is interrupted. The watchdog is available only for YouTube Live now. Try a free demo A free demo is limited to resolution 240p and you can not change the overlay text. All other functions are available. The full license is valid for the lifetime of the camera. No monthly fees. See pricing. For every device IP cameras themselves can stream RTSP video (ActiveX or Java) which is not very useful. With CamStreamer you can use much more suitable video options such as HTML5 video, Flash, IPTV, Set-top box. Audio source Combine audio and video from different cameras. Use internet radio as an audio source. Use MP3 file as an audio loop. Automation Start/stop the broadcast based on a week schedule. Use an ON/OFF switch connected to the camera IO to start/stop the broadcast. Video Overlay Burn a graphics directly into the video stream. E.g. static image (logo), current weather info, current PTZ position, scoreboard results. Supported streaming platforms Axis cameras can stream only RTSP/RTP. CamStreamer extends cameras to support RTMP and MPEG-TS protocols as well. That's why you can connect a camera to any of the following platforms: YouTube Live Use this platform for 24/7 broadcasts (holiday resort cameras, weather cameras, wild nature cameras, etc.). Receive an email if your camera gets disconnected (power or Internet outage, etc.). You can have more live streams within your YouTube account. There are some limitations: YouTube have a detection of third-party content. The broadcast could be stopped if you stream background music owned by a third party. See details... Viewer stream latency is built in to the YouTube live streaming platform. There are two modes: low latency (15 seconds), default (30 seconds). Learn the difference between YouTube Live and YouTube Stream Now by visiting https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2853848 where Live Events are described as 'Custom'. Link http://www.youtube.com/ Skill Level Ultra-Basic Latency 15s Price Free YouTube Stream Now! This platform is a perfect solution for all your short time events (sports matches, concerts, live product demos, council meetings, church services, etc.). You can leverage our powerful scheduling feature, so your regular events can be started and stopped automatically at specified times. How it works ... YouTube generates one unique link for all your live events and you start and stop each event via CamStreamer's user interface or API. Once your live event ends, YouTube will as an option generate a recording of that event for you (up to 4 hours per event). You can edit that recording with YouTube editor's tools and put it e.g. into your "Past events" playlist if you wish so. In such a case you will have only two YouTube links embedded on your web page, one for live events and the other for your past events playlist. Yes, so powerful it is! There are some limitations: YouTube have a detection of third-party content. The broadcast could be stopped if you stream background music owned by a third party. See details... Viewer stream latency is built in to the YouTube live streaming platform. There are two modes: low latency (15 seconds), default (30 seconds). You can have only one "Stream Now" live stream within your YouTube account. The stream has to be public (unlisted or private option). If you want to have your live event non-public or private, go for YouTube - Live platform. Learn the difference between YouTube Live and YouTube Stream Now by visiting https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2853848 where Live Events are described as 'Custom'. Link https://www.youtube.com/live_dashboard Skill Level Basic Latency 15s Price Free YouTube On Demand You can use CamStreamer for triggered videos as well, which makes CamStreamer a perfect solution for "Vox Populi" kind of installations. Videos will be automatically uploaded to your selected YouTube playlist upon e.g. button pressed (button connected to camera's input port). Or you can even upload video upon video motion detection or audio detection on your camera. With a suitable camera model you can automate that process by e.g. playing an audio message from camera's speaker after button pressed, flashing LED light during recording and saying "Thank you for your message!" when the recording ends. If you'd like to stream long events (more than 5 minutes), use platform YouTube - Stream Now! and button "Automation". Dailymotion Easy setup to get your content live. Pay-per-view monetization of your content available. Link http://www.dailymotion.com/ Skill Level Basic Price Free DaCast DaCast offers a streaming platform. It is very easy to setup. You can monetize your video content - Paywall Pay Per View. DaCast has a very low video latency if you use flash channel type. Link http://www.dacast.com/ Skill Level Basic Latency 3s Price $25-$390/Month uStream.tv uStream is a cloud service to broadcast your event live. Follow the detailed instructions to set up live streaming on uStream. Link http://www.ustream.tv Skill Level Basic Latency ~6s Price $99-$999/Month Twitch.tv Founded in June 2011, Twitch is the world's leading social video platform and community for gamers. Each month, more than 100 million community members gather to watch and talk about video games with more than 1.7 million broadcasters. Twitch's live and video on demand platform caters to the entire video game industry, including game developers, publishers, media outlets, events, casual content creators, and the entire esports scene. Link http://www.twitch.tv Skill Level Basic Price $0-$9/Month Wowza Media Server Wowza is a universal media server. Use your own or cloud-based Wowza server. Link http://www.wowza.com Skill Level Advanced Price Free or cloud provider specific... Adobe Media Server Stream video to your own stand-alone Adobe Media Server Link http://www.adobe.com/products/adobe-media-server-professional.html Skill Level Advanced Other RTMP/MPEG-TS ingest server Configure your custom RTMP or MPEG-TS push stream. RTMP (client) RTMP is the most popular protocol for live video on the web. CamStreamer can connect to an RTMP server and push H.264 video/AAC audio to the server. Most of the web streaming platforms receive the RTMP video. MPEG-TS (UDP or TCP client) MPEG Single Program Transport Stream (SPTS) is used in broadcast systems such as DVB, ATSC and IPTV. It is the primary protocol e.g. for Teracue Decoders. So you can decode a live video from any Axis camera to HD-SDI, SD-SDI, HDMI or DVI. Case studies (live cameras) Landscape Surfing Construction Church Animal Vox Populi City Sport More live cameras... We've been able to stream successfully a camera from stratosphere. See the Stratocaching project Purchase Free demo license Unlimited license No computer/public IP needed Record videos from your events Video watchdog CamStreamer branding free Video quality restriction 240p Unlimited Purchase price Free $219 or €199 One-time per camera No monthly fees Try it! Buy Online See our local partners. They can help you to select a suitable camera, install the camera and cabling, arrange an Internet connection. Local partners Recommended cameras M1004-W Wi-Fi 720p Audio M1125 1080p Audio P1365 Audio IO port 1080p P1365-E Audio Outdoor IO port 1080p P5414-E Audio PTZ Outdoor 720p Q6045-E II PTZ Outdoor 1080p 60fps Audio V5914 Audio PTZ IO port 720p 60fps V5915 Audio PTZ IO port 1080p 60fps All supported cameras... × Buy CamStreamer License You need one license per camera. There are no monthly fees to use CamStreamer. Quantity License(s) Currency USD EUR Total price $ I agree to be bound by the terms of CamStreamer EULA. Proceed to Checkout Download Don't have a camera? Buy one... Please use the latest firmware for your camera. Choose the right application package for your Axis camera model. Feel free to contact us in case of any problem. CPU Version 1.4.9 release notes Show supported cameras Camera models Artpec-3 (CRISv32) Download M1054, M1103, M1104, M1113, M1113-E, M1114, M1114-E, M2014-E, M3014, M3113-R, M3113-VE, M3114-R, M3114-VE, M3203, M3203-V, M3204, M3204-V, M5013, M5013-V, M5014, M5014-V, P1204, P1214, P1214-E, P1224-E, P1343, P1343-E, P1344, P1344-E, P1346, P1346-E, P1347, P1347-E, P3301, P3301-V, P3304, P3304-V, P3343, P3343-V, P3343-VE, P3344, P3344-V, P3344-VE, P3346, P3346-V, P3346-VE, P5512, P5512-E, P5522, P5522-E, P5532, P5532-E, P5534, P5534-E, P5544, P8514, P8524, Q1755, Q1755-E, Q1910, Q1910-E, Q1921, Q1921-E, Q1922, Q1922-E, Q6032, Q6032-C, Q6032-E, Q6034, Q6034-C, Q6034-E, Q6035, Q6035-C, Q6035-E, Q7401 Artpec-4 (MIPS) Download M1145, M1145-L, M3006-V, M3007-P, M3007-PV, M3026-VE, M3027-PVE, M3037-PVE, M7014, M7016, P1353, P1353-E, P1354, P1354-E, P1355, P1355-E, P1357, P1357-E, P1405-E, P1405-LE, P1425-E, P1425-LE, P1427-E, P1427-LE, P3214-V, P3214-VE, P3215-V, P3215-VE, P3353, P3354, P3363-V, P3363-VE, P3364-LV, P3364-LVE, P3364-V, P3364-VE, P3365-V, P3365-VE, P3367-V, P3367-VE, P3384-V, P3384-VE, P3904-R, P3905-R, P3905-RE, P3915-R, P5414-E, P5415-E, Q1602, Q1602-E, Q1604, Q1604-E, Q1614, Q1614-E, Q1765-LE, Q1931-E, Q1932-E, Q2901-E, Q6042, Q6042-C, Q6042-E, Q6042-S, Q6044, Q6044-C, Q6044-E, Q6044-S, Q6045, Q6045-C, Q6045-E, Q6045-S, Q7411, Q7424-R, Q8631-E, Q8632-E, Q8665-E, Q8665-LE, Artpec-5 (MIPS) Download A8004-VE, F41, F34, F44, M1124, M1124-E, M1125, M1125-E, M7011, P1364, P1364-E, P1365, P1365-E, P1435-E, P1435-LE, P3224-LV, P3224-LVE, P3225-LV, P3225-LVE, P5514, P5514-E, P5515, P5515-E, P5624-E, P5635-E, Q1615, Q1615-E, Q1635, Q1635-E, Q1775, Q1775-E, Q3505-V, Q3505-VE, Q6000-E, Q6114-E, Q6115-E, V5914, V5915 Ambarella (ARM) Download M1004-W, M1013, M1014, M1025, M1033-W, M1034-W, M1143-L, M1144-L, M3004-V, M3005-V, M3024-LVE, M3025-VE, P1428-E, Q3709-PVE, Q6128-E Ambarella S2L (ARMv7HF) Download M3044-V, M3045-V, M3046-V Installation guide: Start broadcast in a few steps. FAQs What is a network camera? A network camera (or IP camera) is a small computer and a camera combined in one unit. Once connected to the Internet, it works completely autonomously/independently. See a definition here. Do I need a public IP? No, your camera initiates a connection to YouTube servers. It works as a Plug&Play from almost any network with sufficient bandwidth. CamStreamer is compatible with Netrex Monitor which is a cloud camera management. Do I need a running computer? No, the video itself is pushed directly from your camera to YouTube servers. You need a computer just for an initial setup. You don't need a running computer as with other solutions... I have a strict firewall. What is the correct setting? You need to allow outgoing TCP connections on port 1935 for YouTube Live. What is the required connection speed? It depends on video quality and motion in the video. A video in resolution 720p at 25fps would need at least 2Mbps in the upload direction. The ping time should be less than 100ms. How can I measure my connection speed? You can measure it e.g. on speedtest.net. See the upload speed value and ping time. Be sure you are on the same network as the camera. Can I broadcast my camera 24/7? Yes, you can. We are running a watchdog on our server to notify you if the camera disconnects and to keep the broadcast running on YT. Can I record a video? Yes, a video can be recorded on YouTube if you broadcast less than 4 hours. You can use a YT video editor to trim a video (less than 2 hours). If you need local recording or more than 4 hours, please contact us. Can I display some information (e.g. weather) over the video? Yes. Please contact us for more information. What happens if I need to replace a camera because it is broken and I have a full license? We would move the license to another camera. Please contact us in that case. Is there an API? Can I integrate CamStreamer in my product? Yes. See CamStreamer API documentation. Is there a partner program? Yes. Please contact us for more information. Do you have any other questions? Contact us! About us CamStreamer is a product of NetRex company. We specialize on cloud solutions for IP cameras. E-mail sales@camstreamer.com support@camstreamer.com Address CamStreamer dept. at NetRex s.r.o. U Nikolajky 9 Prague 5 Czech Republic Local partners See our local partners available directly in your country. Axis Solution Gold Partner We are certified Axis Solution Gold Partner. ADP partner We are certified Axis ADP partner since 2007. ? 2016 camstreamer.com made by NetRex

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