Ipcamera-for-android - Enabling your Android phone to an IP-Camera
New update @ 20120201Enabling your Android phone to an IP-Camera. Accessed by a built-in web server in phone, the video is played in Flash video player. The application will generating a live FLV/H.264 stream. Download the APK file. AboutThe open source projects used in this application: 1. Google's libjingle, multiple threads, signal/slot, event loop, sockets in NDK. 2. NanoHTTPD, building web server The app support Android 2.2 and up only and your Android phone should support AMR+H.264 multimedia. It is difficult to fetch H.264 raw data from MDAT segmentation in mp4 streaming, so we only support ARM+H.264 format. This application includes a NDK library, if your have any compile and building problems please let me know. ScreenshotIn your PC's browser In your android phone My other projects1. Palmprint API for Android(Open source) 1. My close source application including a p2p app for Android
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