The Hyakume (百目 - "hundred eyes") app gives you the ability to watch & record the live H.264/MJPEG video streams produced by a wide range of IP cameras (security, surveillance, doorbell, webcam, traffic, weather, etc.).
Hyakume stores up to one hundred Camera links in 10 separate Camera Lists (10 Cameras per List).
Add a new Camera by providing a unique name ("Living Room", "Basement", etc.), IPv4 address, video stream path, format & port number.
Use the ONVIF discovery tool to find new IP cameras on the local network.
Cameras in the current Camera List are continuously polled & will display a polling thumbnail image & timestamp if online.
Tap an online Camera to view its live video stream.
While viewing the stream, you can record video segments, capture snapshot images, & expand the view to full-screen.
Recorded video & images are saved for review & archiving.
If you have any Camera locations you'd like to access remotely & securely, you can run Hyakume as a dedicated Relay Server (spare Android device required).
|Relay Server Setup|
|•||Install Hyakume on the device & add local IP Cameras to your DEFAULT Camera List|
|•||In Settings, enable Relay Server mode & specify a username/password & listening port number|
|•||Enable the Web Client module to allow remote access from desktop/mobile web browsers|
|•||Port-forward the Relay Server's IPv4 address & selected port on your router/gateway if necessary|
|•||Start the Relay Server to enable free remote access|
NOTE: Remote connections are secured by strong TLS/SSL encryption & mandatory client authentication.
|•||Supports the low-latency H.264 & MJPEG video streaming formats|
|•||Records video segments & captures snapshot images|
|•||ONVIF device discovery locates local IP cameras|
|•||Relay Server provides FREE remote access|
|•||Basic motion detection|
|•||Displays cameras in List/Grid format, Dark/Light modes|
|•||Designed for phones & tablets|