Big changes are here! In 2010 we released our multi-port MPEG4 video capture card with an open source driver (solo6x10) and in 2011 updated the driver to support our multi-port H.264 capture cards.Later, this open source driver was later added
This is a maintenance release for 2.1 series of the client. This release now adds support for audio playback. This release also focuses on fixes crashes that were submitted by the ‘Crash Reports’ submission. As always you can download the
This is a maintenance release for 2.1 series of the client. This release now allows you to select between RTSP and MJPEG streaming. MJPEG will use more bandwidth and be more CPU intensive, but may work better on certain networks.
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
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