A web frontend for the motion daemon. (by motioneye-project)

Motioneye Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to motioneye

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a better motioneye alternative or higher similarity.

motioneye reviews and mentions

Posts with mentions or reviews of motioneye. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-05-22.
  • License plate Camera
    2 projects | /r/RASPBERRY_PI_PROJECTS | 22 May 2023
    motioneyeos is fantastic, but last i checked it wasn't being maintained any more… since you're already using ubuntu, the project is available without the full os distro: motionEye.
  • Looking to self host a simple video surveillance system using an old laptop + webcam, suggestions?
    2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 14 May 2023
  • [LOOKING FOR] A decent web-based RTSP streaming application
    2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 22 Feb 2023
  • What should I install on my extra laptop?
    2 projects | /r/linuxmasterrace | 5 Feb 2023
    If your laptop has a webcam you can install motioneye to turn it into a surveillance camera
  • Is MotionEye still a thing
    2 projects | /r/RASPBERRY_PI_PROJECTS | 24 Jan 2023
    Motion OS has unfortunately stopped but MotionEye itself is still on-going (last update was a month ago to two yaml files).
  • I'm feeling demoralized. Need some inspiration. What's a way you've successfully used your RPi 3b to do something without compromise?
    3 projects | /r/raspberry_pi | 29 Dec 2022
    2 handle CCTV via MotionEye ( using some cheapy Wansview cameras (inside and out...originally to keep an eye on a new dog while we were working upstairs). 1 handles the UI of MotionEye, and is also used for various ad-hoc processes (e.g. SpotDL, Samba etc) where having an always-on machine is handy.
  • Save JPG image from IP camera stream for timelapse
    2 projects | /r/commandline | 21 Oct 2022
    Well that's exactly the thing. Atm I am using motionEYE, but I have 3 streams that have to run at full 2K resolution in order to get a clear jpeg. That is quite intensive for the cpu it runs on, so I was trying to find another option that uses the least amout of resources :)
  • Wyze API
    10 projects | /r/wyzecam | 12 Oct 2022
    you could use motioneye as your backend. It does not have an api per se, but does allow for webhooks and custom commands on motion detection. You would also need to run either a bridge or run the hacks to get feeds for motioneye.
  • Wyze is forcing 2FA on everyone to login?
    2 projects | /r/wyzecam | 2 Sep 2022
    The solution is simple, cut them out of the picture. Wyze's software is always the weakest link of their products and can easily be replaced with software of your own with motioneye for recording. These folks bad mouthing you for being pissed about this should be ashamed of themselves for behaving in such an immature manor to someone who has a legitimate complaint. Just because you love the 2fa koolaid, doesnt mean everyone else does. Also, protip, centralized password or 2fa managers are just a centralized point of failure and makes compromising you all the more easier.
  • Wyze Cam RTSP support removed
    5 projects | /r/wyzecam | 19 Aug 2022
    Now once you have RTSP running on the camera you are able to take the video and store it somewhere else. You don't specifically need a NAS- you can run a software interface that is designed to play back and view camera interface feeds- like BlueIris, MotionEye or even directly view the video with VLC
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