In Japanese folklore, Hyakume (百目 - "hundred eyes") are creatures covered head-to-toe with large, blinking eyes. They make their homes in old temples, protecting them from thieves and vandals -- literally "keeping an eye out." Use Hyakume to view and record the video streams from a wide range of IP cameras (security, surveillance, doorbell, baby/pet monitors, traffic, weather, etc).
Add Cameras by providing the IPv4 address, video stream path, format and port. Tap a Camera to view its video stream. You can record video and capture snapshot images.
|Relay Server Setup|
|1.||Install Hyakume and add Cameras.|
|2.||In Settings, enable the Relay Server and assign a user-id/password and listening port.|
|3.||If necessary, port-forward the device's IPv4 address on the local router/gateway.|
|4.||Start the Relay Server to begin listening for remote connections.|
|•||Supports the H.264 & MJPEG video streaming formats|
|•||Records video segments & captures snapshot images|
|•||ONVIF Device Discovery to find Cameras|
|•||Relay Server provides free, secure remote access|
|•||Basic motion detection|
|•||Displays cameras in List/Grid format, Dark/Light mode|
|•||Comprehensive Reference & Overview|
|•||Designed for phones & tablets|