Bluecherry is a Debian / Ubuntu / CentOS based Linux video surveillance application that supports network (IP) cameras. The Bluecherry software has a low memory footprint, supports ONVIF, and issues GPU for motion detection. This means that a lower end server with a supported GPU (embedded Intel graphics for example) can support multiple streams with low CPU usage.
Bluecherry has both a web view for configuration and live viewing and a open source multi-operating system client (Linux, Windows, OSX). Bluecherry can easily be installed in a virtual machine for testing or deployment and upgraded via standard distribution upgrade methods (ie – no binary blobs to replace manually).
# Ubuntu / Debian systems make sure curl AND sudo is installed (apt-get install curl sudo) sudo bash -c "$(curl -s https://dl.bluecherrydvr.com/scripts/install-unstable)"
Once installed, connect to the newly installed server with a web browser (https://bluecherryserver:7001)
Default login: Admin Password: bluecherry
Install the Linux client:
sudo apt-get install bluecherry-client
Perpetual / Starting at $50
Yearly / Starting at $50
Bluecherry develops a Linux based video surveillance application with a cross platform client. The entire application is open source under GPL licensing.