fullscreen-image of an IP-Camera?

    Jul 01 2010 | 5:05 pm
    I already searched the forum and google, but haven't found an answer yet.
    I want to access an IP-camera over http and have its picture fullscreen. Maybe not a big deal, but how to do it? Is there a browser which can do it? Since mine can't, I thought using max. The internal software of the camera doesnt give me that option either. (It is a mobotix m24). With the jit.qt.movie I only get weired information into the jit.window but no image. Accessing the camera with jweb is no problem, but how do I "extract" the image to show it fullscreen. (and maybe later do some other stuff with it... :) )
    I don't need to record it, for now it is just for presentation.
    Thanx for a hint. L

    • Jul 01 2010 | 6:42 pm
      Hello Mr. l.
      I don't know the exact answer to your question but i think i might be able to offer some insight (plus i hope you could give me some insight :). I think the reason why the jweb is showing and the jit.qt.movie isn't is because the ip-camera is probably broadcasting a "complete package" so to speak (image+html-code probably). While the jit.qt.movie is just looking for the image. Have you looked at the source code of the http? There probably is a link to the direct image-feed somewhere. Try connecting this to jit.qt.movie.
      This is the link you should be looking for
      Btw. Did you try jit.uldl? That might help to.
      Now for my question; There's a ip-camera in the building where i live and i want it's feed :) Now how do you recognize an ip-camera in wifi-traffic (i have whireshark so i can monitor lan/wan) Does it broadcast a SSID? Thanks.
    • Jul 02 2010 | 8:00 am
      Hi mr.I & FRid,
      I'm working with IPcam and the only way I've found is ... to use Quartz Composer and CoGeWebKit external. here is a screenshot example displaying some reduced webcam image ( you can reduce or go fullscreen,mask,rotate transform ... like in Jitter). In jitter it's not possible because of Quicktime, so jit.qt.movie is useless for this kind of task.
    • Jul 02 2010 | 8:13 am
      Hey Frid, take a look at this link : http://recyclism.com/twopointfour.php this guy, Benjamin Gaulon, hacks wifi cam's with a modified video reciever which can scan from 2,3ghz to 2.5ghz. Perhaps he could help you Cheers Filippo
    • Jul 02 2010 | 1:16 pm
      Thanks for the link Filippo! That is %$@!-brilliant! Hadn't expected the audio and the distortion (for audio as well as video :) What is a bummer is the fact that it needs external equipment. I have to start saving again...
      U probably know it already but brilliant; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2iuZMEEs_A
    • Aug 18 2010 | 8:03 am
      It has been a while. I got occupied in another project. Anyway thanks for the replies!!!