streams the camera and microphone of your phone to your browser or to VLC ! spydroid-ipcamera
turns your android powered device into a nice ip camera ....
An amazing android apphttp://code.google.com/p/spydroid-ipcamera/
In a few words
Spydroid is a little app. that streams the camera and microphone of your phone to your browser or to VLC !
It is the most powerful tool on the market if you are looking for a way to stream audio/video from your smartphone to your PC: H.264 is supported with resolutions up to 1080p and AAC is supported on phones running ICS or JB.
It also is an awesome app for pulling off pranks: you can remotly trigger funny sounds on your phone or toggle its flash.
Developers, start by reading this
to find out how streaming is achieved in Spydroid !!
If you're still not convinced, check out the
to see what Spydroid is capable of And If you have questions, check out the FAQ. If you enjoyed Spydroid, or its source code (that I've tried to make as clear as possible), please rate the app on Google Play
, I would reallllly realllly appreciate And if you go and like the facebook page
, you will be rewarded with all my gratitude :p
The stream can be directly read by VLC which is great because VLC is a very powerful tool, for example you can really easily record the stream in a file. See the FAQ to find out how
You can enable/disable sound or video streaming
The resolution, the bitrate and the framerate of the stream can be configured... Two video encoders are available for the video streaming: H.263 and H.264. For sound streaming AMR and AAC are available.
The flash can be controlled remotly !
You can choose between the back facing camera and the front facing camera (if your phone has one)
Funny sounds can be played on the phone from the HTTP interface ! Awesome isn't it ? :p
You can make the phone vibrate remotely
You can see the battery level of the phone
You can like the facebook page
, and yes this is a feature !
Gingerbread or better (API level >=9)
H.263: should work on phones that supports h263
H.264: should work on phones that supports h264
AMR: should work everywhere !
AAC: requiers Ice Cream Sandwich