Accessing your cameras from third party applications or mobile devices

In 2.1 we added the ability to pull live video using third party RTSP applications.  This means that you no longer have to use MJPEG to view video and can use VLC on the desktop or IP Cam Viewer on

Bluecherry – Open source high resolution IP camera update

Over the past several months we’ve been exploring adding our own line of completely open source IP cameras (everything from the boot loader to the backend services).  We’ve decided on the specifications for the hardware, which is below.  In the

Bluecherry releases its cross platform video surveillance client open source (GPLv2)

  Febuary 7th, 2013 (Fulton, Missouri) – Bluecherry, a leader in Linux based video surveillance, is proud to announce the release of its cross platform client software under a GPLv2 license.  This software is written in Qt / C++ and

Bluecherry welcomes Rafał Malinowski

We are excited to announce Rafał Malinowski has join our development team.  Rafał is a Qt / C++ developer who hails from Poland.  Rafał is a maintainer of Kadu, a popular Polish instant messaging client.  Rafał will be taking over much

We are hiring! Qt/C++ software developer

Job Description Note:  This position is a part-time position averging 20-25 hours per week with the potential to move to a full-time position in the next several months. Bluecherry is seeking a motivated, challenge-driven developer to help design and implement innovative