see also ESP32-CAM <html> <h1>multi cam solutions</h1>

<p>different approaches for recording and streaming a benchtop work surface</p>

<p><strong>## Raspi</strong> the raspi can accept USB webcams but the usb2 limiting the bandwidth for multi cam solutions. the raspi also always for direct connect of camera, with limitation of length . elad fwd me to the arducam family of megapixel modules. and arducam <strong><em>*multi cam switcher</em>*</strong> <a href=“”>docs</a> - <a href=“”>official store</a> - <a href=“*=arducam”>euro supplier</a></p>


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<p>another switcher is offered by ivmach, <a href=“”>link</a> there are <a href=“”>claims</a> the arudcam one is not compatible with the raspi cam v2.</p>

<p><strong>## ESP8266</strong> arducam also offers a nice esp8266 based platform for their many modules 20$ to israel from <a href=“”></a> </p>


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<p>2m raspiam extender - arducam 5mpx cam with CS lens -</p>

<p><strong>## Streaming</strong> <a href=“”>Janus</a> - is a webRTC gateway for broadcasting one to many scenario - <a href=“”>github</a> Streamer also support webRTC - <a href=“”>site</a></p>

<p><strong>## raspi</strong> i started with a raspi3 + cam module v1</p>


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<p>info on raspi cm modules</p>



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<p>“This repo's objective is providing something like Web Cam server on the most popular Raspberry PI hardware. By integrating <a href=“[](”>WebRTC</a>) and Raspberry PI, we can stream the Raspberry camera feed to browser or native client which talks WebRTC.” you can used the deb repo for compiled ready to run version ` Stream the #RaspberryPi camera module through your browser serious comments</p>

<p><strong>## uv4l</strong></p>