Projects / CamStream


CamStream is a tool for webcams and TV grabber cards that allows for streaming video from multiple video sources. It can save and/or upload (FTP) timed snapshots. It provides a GUI frontend to control the video devices.

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Recent releases

  •  28 Dec 2006 06:52

    Release Notes: The application is now completely multithreaded, which allows for smoother operation. TV tuning has been implemented, so CamStream is now fully functional with TV cards. Besides saving and transferring snapshots with FTP, it is now possible to use a script. The FTP code has been rewritten. A new user manual was written.

    •  17 Feb 2006 08:18

      Release Notes: This is a pre-release, since the documentation hasn't been updated yet. The code will probably not change for the "real" 0.27 version. The application is completely multithreaded, which should give a smoother interface. The FTP code has been rewritten. TV tuning is now implemented, so CamStream can be used to watch TV now.

      •  22 Nov 2003 21:41

        Release Notes: This is an interim release. It fixes an error in the ./configure scripts and lets CamStream compile with GCC 3.3.

        •  30 Dec 2002 05:03

          Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with webcams that only support RGB24 or RGB32 palettes. Also, the 'configure' script was fixed (a second run would not build the Makefiles properly and linking would fail).

          •  25 Aug 2002 15:10

            Release Notes: This release contains a fix to compile with GCC 3.*.

            Recent comments

            25 Sep 2002 21:18 xiaomeng

            can you help me?
            With the software camstream,I can almost see the video.But the video is not very clear.Perhaps my hardware is surported by PAL,not by NTSC.I don't know how to change the setting.So,I'm wondering if you can help me.THank you!


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