In this film tutorial, we handle ways to stream the Raspberry Pi’s digital cam module to another laptop computer or computer system making use of HTTP procedure and the beautiful VLC media gamer.

raspivid -o – -t -hf -w 800 -h 400 -fps 24|cvlc -vvv stream:/// dev/stdin– sout ‘#typicalaccess= http, mux= ts, dst=: 8160’: demux= h264

If you have to vertically turn the film, do -vf.

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32 thoughts on “Raspberry Pi digital cam module streaming film to another computer”

  1. Hello, am rather new to raspberryPi and Linux interface, I would to ask how to write this same code in a python script that i can just call along with other things that am doing for example accessing GPIO pins

  2. For those of you wondering, when i use the raspivid, it streamed on the screen of my raspberry pi. to stop it streaming, you can type the same command that Sentdex has given with an -n command: raspivid -n -o – -t 0 -hf -w 800 -h 400 -fps 24 |cvlc -vvv stream:///dev/stdin –sout '#standard{access=http,mux=ts,dst=:8160}' :demux=h264

  3. Hey i really need your help and experience
    I tried your method in streaming video from pi camera and it worked
    but when i reconducted it again it stopped working and wrote "illegal instruction"

  4. Do you have to go through this process every single time I want to broadcast? I'm trying to do this for a quadcopter I'm building but I don't want to have to do this every single time I fly it

  5. ok. I turned it all the way up. Good video just quiet.

    Anyway. I keep getting invalid command line option (/root) and the same in home/pi
    What am I doing wrong?

    [email protected]:~# sudo raspivid o – -t 0 -hf -w 800 -h 400 -fps 24 ~ cvlc -vvv stream://dev/stdin –sout '£standard {access=http, mux=ts, dst=:8103}' :demux=h264

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