Would you like to view, record and save snapshots of IP Camera video?
Would you like to access your home/private IP Cameras remotely?
Use the Hyakume ("百目 - Hundred Eyes") app to access the H.264 and MJPEG video streams produced by a wide variety of IP Cameras (security, surveillance, doorbell, webcam, traffic, weather, etc).
The Free version supports up to ten Camera entries in a single Camera list.
The Paid version supports one hundred Camera entries in 10 Camera lists (10 per list). Create lists for your home, business, workshop, etc.
Camera entries can be added manually (IPv4 address, video stream path, port and format), or through local ONVIF device discovery.
Cameras in the active list are polled at regular intervals and display a thumbnail image and timestamp if reachable.
Tap the entry to open its video feed. While viewing, you can record video segments and save snapshot images.
The saved video and image files can be reviewed in the app and uploaded for storage and sharing.
If you have IP Cameras you'd like to view remotely, Hyakume can be operated as a dedicated Relay Server:
1. Connect a Hyakume device to the local Wi-Fi/ethernet network (and power). 2. Enable the Relay Server in Settings and assign a listening port and userid/password. 3. Port-forward the Relay Server on the router/gateway if necessary. 4. Activate the Relay Server. The Server will listen on the router/gateway's public (WAN) IPv4 address/port for connections. 5. The Server will relay local Camera video to remote Hyakume devices.
Remote connections are secured by TLS/SSL encryption and mandatory authentication to protect your privacy.
The Relay Server's Web Client module allows remote connections from desktop/mobile web browsers.
Remote access through the Relay Server is FREE. All it requires is a spare Android device and a decent Internet connection.
|•||Supports 100 Camera entries in 10 Camera Lists (Paid version)|
|•||Supports the H.264/RTSP & MJPEG/HTTP video streaming formats|
|•||Records video and captures snapshot images|
|•||Discovers local ONVIF devices|
|•||Remote connections protected by TLS/SSL encryption|
|•||Web Client allows remote access from desktop/mobile web browsers|
|•||Basic motion detection|
|•||Displays cameras in List or Grid format|
|•||Comprehensive Reference & Overview sections|
|•||Designed for phones & tablets|