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Offline bostwickenator

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Adding v4l2 support to libSeek
« on: May 02, 2020, 05:42:01 pm »
Hey guys I've added v4l2 support to libseek-thermal (this is Linux only sorry). Combine this with v4l2loopback and you can open the video stream in most major video conferencing apps. Hopefully this proves useful for someone out there for remote inspection or healthcare. I've just used it to entertain my coworkers.

I've got a pull request open at the moment but if you can't wait you can pull from my repo https://github.com/Bostwickenator/libseek-thermal. Huge thanks to maartenvds for 99% of the work that makes this possible.

 

Offline IwuzBornanerd

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Re: Adding v4l2 support to libSeek
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2020, 09:59:50 pm »
Hey guys I've added v4l2 support to libseek-thermal (this is Linux only sorry). Combine this with v4l2loopback and you can open the video stream in most major video conferencing apps. ...

Or perhaps with the "motion" surveillance package.  :) 

I'll have to look into that.  Thank you.
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Offline bostwickenator

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Re: Adding v4l2 support to libSeek
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2020, 12:47:03 pm »
Exactly! This will let you plug and play with most linux video tools.
 


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