Hyakume ("Hundred Eyes") - Use your Android device to watch & record the low-latency H.264 & MJPEG format video streams produced by a wide range of IP cameras (security, surveillance, doorbell, webcams, traffic, weather, etc.).
Define and save up to one hundred IP camera links in up to 10 separate camera lists.
To create a new camera link: • Give it a display name • Provide the target camera's IPv4 address, video stream path, format & port number.
You can also use the ONVIF device discovery option to find ONVIF-compliant cameras on your local network. Select from the generated device list to create a new camera link.
Tap a camera link to watch the target camera's live video stream.
While watching, you can record video & capture snapshot images.
The video & image files are saved to local device storage for review, archiving & sharing.
Hyakume can be used as a Relay Server to allow free on-demand remote access to your IP cameras with Android devices & desktop/mobile web browsers.
The Relay Server employs strong TLS/SSL encryption and mandatory authentication to protect data privacy.
You'll need a spare Android device and decent Internet upload speed to deploy the Relay Server.
You can setup multiple Relay Server devices on your network. Assign each a unique listener port.
|•||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)|