Time-lapse clips

With time-lapse clips you can create great time-lapse recordings of your location to show to your site visitors.

Creating clips is also useful to preserve a part of the day and share the clip page on social networks. They are not deleted, so links remain accessible.


How to stream Mobotix MxPEG to YouTube Live

If your Mobotix camera does not support H.264, you can still use the MxPEG video encoding to have some advantages compared to MJPEG, like lower bandwidth usage and more motion detail.


How to embed a YouTube Live stream into your website

This is a collection of tips to embed your working YouTube Live stream into your website:


How to stream MJPEG to YouTube Live

YouTube Live only allows H.264 encoded video stream for RTMP input. So if you want to stream your (old) IP camera, only supporting MJPEG video streams, you have to transcode your video stream to a format YouTube accepts.

This short tutorial shows how to use our live streaming plan to accomplish this.


Tutorial: Stream your IP camera to YouTube Live

By sending your IP camera’s video stream to YouTube and integrating the player into your website, you can create a reliable 24/7 live view for an almost unlimited number of users.


Automatic YouTube export

With the automatic export, rendered time-lapse videos for your webcam are sent to your YouTube® channel automatically.

This enables you to create a daily updating playlist for each of your webcams for archiving and to embed the YouTube playlist on your website.


Live streaming (beta)

Upcoming feature: Live streaming – create a 24/7 live stream only using your IP camera. We connect to your camera and stream the live video to YouTube.

More information and beta test sign up

Update: feature is available now! – More informationTutorial: Stream your IP camera to YouTube Live


Clip videos & YouTube export

today we improved the clips feature to make it more useful:

There are downloadable video files now for every clip and there is a YouTube® upload, so created clips can be exported in a simple way.


Dynamic text overlays

Until now, displaying temperature data in your webcam images (or other changing information) required the setup of another image processing step in your workflow.

With the new dynamic text overlays you can change texts for every image


How to use the Raspberry Pi as a Network Camera

The Raspberry Pi has become quite popular in the recent years. It is an inexpensive, universal piece of hardware for do-it-yourself enthusiasts that can be used in a lot of projects.

Of course it can also serve as a network camera and for time-lapse recording.