Infrared GigE Vision

edited September 2020 in MAIN

I've purchased this device + suitable lens, accessories and stage props with the correct light source to be captured by this camera sensor (940nm), what's left is to make it work natively in MacOS and of course to get the video feed into Millumin. 

I'm lost, like really lost, it was more complicated than I originally thought and I'm now trying to learn GitHub, code reading/writing, compiling, xcode, home-brew bla bla and etc etc but with no success, I'm lost, really lost...  :( 

Is there a way for a not so computer literate person like myself to get this working with Millumin? Any advice/help/instructions are more than welcome.

Many thanks,



  • Hello @thomnom,

    As a network device, your GigE camera may be not configured correctly (binded to an IP that is not suitable for your network for example).
    Do you have a software or drivers provided by the manufacturer ? Does it work with your camera ?

    Best. Philippe
  • Hi, apologies, it took a while but it's all rolling now, brilliant!!!! Also, is there any way to choose another watermark for trial version? Really hard to see what's going on when working with infrared LED's.

    Many thanks!

  • edited May 28

    Hi everyone,

    I'm just starting studying ir tracking.

    Do these GigE cameras can be set on a RJ45 switch, with a common vlan combining some other peripherals such as beamer, computers or anything else ?

    Or GigE protocol does need a specific ethernet port ?

    Thanx !

  • Hello @emericad,

    GigE cameras work on a standard network : you only need a router or a switch and a cable. Of course, you can share this network with other computers and devices.

    In brief : a GigE camera is a simple network device. On some cameras, you can even provide power via RJ45.

    Best. Philippe

  • Thanx Philippe !

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