Easily watch & record the H.264 & MJPEG video streams produced by a wide variety of IP cameras (doorbell, security, surveillance, webcams, traffic, weather, etc.)
Hyakume supports one hundred IP camera links in 10 Camera Lists.
Creating a camera link is a simple process: • Select a Camera List • Tap the "Add" tab & select "Add a Camera" • Choose a unique display name (Front door, Garage, etc.) • Provide the target IP camera's IPv4 address, video stream path, format & port number • Save the new Camera to begin/resume polling the active Camera List
Optionally, you can use ONVIF device discovery to find ONVIF-compliant IP cameras on the local network: • Tap the "Add" tab & select "Discover ONVIF Devices" to scan for new IPv4 addresses • Select from the list of discovered devices to add a Camera
To access a Camera's video stream, tap the Camera link.
If the Camera is a Relay Server (see below), it will display a list of its available IP cameras. Tap the camera you wish to view.
While viewing, you can record video, capture snapshot images, & expand the video to full-screen.
The saved video (h.264 MP4) & image (PNG) files can be reviewed in the app, & can be archived & shared.
Setup Hyakume as a dedicated Relay Server to enjoy FREE remote access to your home/local IP cameras (spare Android device & decent Internet connection required).
Install Hyakume & add local Cameras to the default Camera List.
In App Settings: • Enable the Relay Server • Assign a server username/password & listener port number • Optional: Enable the Web Client to allow remote access from desktop/mobile web browsers
Port-forward the Relay Server IPv4 address on your router/gateway.
Relay Server remote connections are secured by strong TLS/SSL encryption & mandatory authentication to protect your data privacy.
|•||Supports the low-latency H.264 & MJPEG video streaming formats|
|•||Stores 100 Camera links|
|•||Records video segments & captures snapshot images|
|•||ONVIF device discovery finds local IP cameras|
|•||Relay Server provides remote access|
|•||Basic motion detection|
|•||Displays cameras in List/Grid format, Dark/Light modes|
|•||Comprehensive Reference & Overview sections|
|•||Designed for phones (portrait) & tablets (portrait/landscape)|