This article will explain how to configure your TRENDnet TV-IP572WI to save video clips to Sensr.net by using the FTP capability of the IP-Camera. If you don’t already have a Sensr.net account… well, you should. But if you don’t, sign up free for a week; no credit card required.
Let’s get started, though. You’ll probably want to put your TV-IP572WI on your wireless network, so we’ll tackle wifi first. Read more →
Dozens of videos of the meteor over Siberia just a few hours ago are popping up on YouTube, almost all captured from dashboard IP-Cameras, extremely prevalent in Russia. The footage is incredible.
Using our new Sensr.net app, Sensr VCam, you can use your iOS devices to easily act as a dashboard IP-Camera, streaming H.264 video to the Sensr.net cloud. Once in the cloud, your video feed can be viewed live on the device, or viewed later from the Sensr.net archive. We’ve also made it easy to share video clips on YouTube with your friend, family, or the world.
If you aren’t already a Sensr.net member, sign up for a free 7 day trial and get started using your iOS device as an on-the-go surveillance solution.
Sensr.net is extending its video upload, storage and sharing solution to H.264 video streams. Sensr.net now works with a variety of devices that can transmit H.264 encoded video including off-the-shelf IP-Cams, WiFi Video cameras with “Sensr-inside” and iPhone and OSX apps. H.264 video can be viewed on supported browsers as well as Sensr.net apps for iOS and Android.
This article gives a brief overview of the Sensr.net H.264 video solution and architecture. It describes our “Push” architecture and how that solves a Firewall and security problem that faces users managing their home network. The streaming and archiving components of the Sensr.net cloud service are described as they relate to the viewing of live and archived video material. Read more →
The team at Sensr.net is excited to announce that the latest version of our API is live and available for your use! Want to build your own iPad app? You can do that. Want to write a script to download images from your camera and generate a timelapse movie? You can do that too. Want to hack a custom IP camera with a Raspberry Pi pushing to Sensr.net, bring it on!
Access data with the Ruby Binding
Develop an IP-camera mobile upload application (like SensrCam Pro in the Apple App Store).
Download images from a camera and pipe them into ffmpeg to generate a time-lapse movie.
Analyze motion events and build a trend analysis graph for a camera or multiple cameras.
Make your own custom IP camera with a Rapberry Pi and a USB camera.
Access stored camera images or videos.
Create cameras – jpeg or video supported.
Easy authorization for web applications, desktop applications, mobile phones, and devices with AOuth2.
Provision new users and new cameras. (requires SensrPartner status)
The GVX3662_FHD, even more impressively, is loaded with a 3.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor and streams video at full 1080p HD, coming in at a whopping $599. If extremely clear, high quality footage is important to you though, it’s likely worth the price — but the camera certainly not for the average consumer. If you pick any of these IP cams up later this month, put em’ on Sensr.net and let us know how they perform!