In this short post, I will walk you through the steps for streaming a live camera feed from a DSLR connected to the Raspberry Pi. We will be using gphoto2 for interfacing with the camera, FFmpeg for encoding the video, and FFserver for hosting the feed on a local webserver.
In this short post, I will walk you through the steps for controlling and capturing pictures from a DSLR connected to the Raspberry Pi using a USB cable. There are numerous tutorials out there for this setup but I found them to be outdated to some extent.
Recently while working on a project, I needed to install FFmpeg on a Raspberry Pi. I also required FFServer along with FFmpeg. There are two issues here, firstly a standard binary of FFMpeg is not available for Raspberry, and secondly, FFServer is no longer packaged along with FFmpeg.
In this post, I will explain how you can control multiple LED lights using a Raspberry Pi. The whole thing will hardly take 15–20 minutes if you have all the pieces of equipment.