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3 minutes ago, zogthegreat said:

Hi everyone!

 

So like most intelligent people, I've been self isolating for the last few months and I've started going stir crazy. At the same time, I've been in a battle with pigeons that want to nest on my balcony. I finally gave up and made a box for them to nest in, this way I'm not finding eggs all over the place. When I built the box, I installed some cheap webcams and I'm using the trial version of Security Monitor Pro to monitor:

 

https://www.deskshare.com/video-surveillance-software.aspx

 

I would like to do a live stream of the cameras for my kids, (OK, they are in their 30's, but they are still my babies!). I'm agnostic when it comes to operating systems, so I can setup a machine with whatever OS is needed. Having said that, I tend to lean towards Linux and I would prefer something that's open source. I also have a dynamic DNS, so getting the stream online isn't an issue.

 

So, any suggestions on how to live stream my project?

 

Thanks!

 

zog

 

 

OBS should be fine. It captures something and sends out a stream to YouTube or whatever.

Hi everyone!

 

So like most intelligent people, I've been self isolating for the last few months and I've started going stir crazy. At the same time, I've been in a battle with pigeons that want to nest on my balcony. I finally gave up and made a box for them to nest in, this way I'm not finding eggs all over the place. When I built the box, I installed some cheap webcams and I'm using the trial version of Security Monitor Pro to monitor:

 

https://www.deskshare.com/video-surveillance-software.aspx

 

I would like to do a live stream of the cameras for my kids, (OK, they are in their 30's, but they are still my babies!). I'm agnostic when it comes to operating systems, so I can setup a machine with whatever OS is needed. Having said that, I tend to lean towards Linux and I would prefer something that's open source. I also have a dynamic DNS, so getting the stream online isn't an issue.

 

So, any suggestions on how to live stream my project?

 

Thanks!

 

zog

 

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3 minutes ago, zogthegreat said:

Hi everyone!

 

So like most intelligent people, I've been self isolating for the last few months and I've started going stir crazy. At the same time, I've been in a battle with pigeons that want to nest on my balcony. I finally gave up and made a box for them to nest in, this way I'm not finding eggs all over the place. When I built the box, I installed some cheap webcams and I'm using the trial version of Security Monitor Pro to monitor:

 

https://www.deskshare.com/video-surveillance-software.aspx

 

I would like to do a live stream of the cameras for my kids, (OK, they are in their 30's, but they are still my babies!). I'm agnostic when it comes to operating systems, so I can setup a machine with whatever OS is needed. Having said that, I tend to lean towards Linux and I would prefer something that's open source. I also have a dynamic DNS, so getting the stream online isn't an issue.

 

So, any suggestions on how to live stream my project?

 

Thanks!

 

zog

 

 

OBS should be fine. It captures something and sends out a stream to YouTube or whatever.

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