Yes, but not out-of-the-box.
Kerberos.io can only process one camera at a time. However if you want to process multiple camera's, you will need to run different Kerberos.io processes and override the config files by command parameters. In the other case will need a Raspberry Pi for each camera.
but I can not use two cameras at the same time? Although a Raspberry PI module and a USB camera?
is there any more information on configuring kerberos.io for n > 1 cameras available? also, I'd be interested if they're all viewable side by side using the same web interface.
edit: I just noticed, that this is the KIOS thread. I'm focussing on a intel desktop machine scenario with multiple IP cameras attached.
2nd edit: rtfm: https://doc.kerberos.io/2.0/installation/Multi-camera/Docker
Yes you can run multiple camera's on one devices (https://doc.kerberos.io/2.0/installation/Multi-camera/Raspbian).
Yes they will be show in the web interface, but you will not be able to filter (e.g. show me images from camera 1). If you would require this filtering, you should look at our cloud application (https://cloud.kerberos.io). We will add more advanced searching functionalities to our cloud solution in the future.
Docker has versions for several versions of Linux. What version or flavor should be used for KiOS?
I have two separate devices, one camera for each device, but kerberosio cloud only shows the first connected device, how do i make cloud see all cameras
hey @henry, can you please open a support ticket. We'll look into it.
Planning to get feeds on a raspberry pi4 from 2 birdnest Ip cameras (on raspberry pi zero streg jpeg), I saw this thread but the document mentioned (see below) does not exist anymore.
(Yes you can run multiple camera's on one devices (https://doc.kerberos.io/2.0/installation/Multi-camera/Raspbian).
Before I start the install, does kerberosio handle a few cameras ? Config file for more than one ip camera ?