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Understand the specs of video camera firmware

I have a low-end Sony camera (handycam) that can stream Wi-Fi to a smartphone.

When maker's proprietary free app 'Imaging Edge Mobile' is installed and used,

video can be received through Wi-Fi and displayed on phone.

(I use Android, I think the app is available for iphone too)

I would like to develop an app that does exactly the same thing - receive video data via Wi-Fi,

but from what I searched, the maker does not provide any documentation about how camera does that.

What I need is the following:

- How commands should be sent to the camera (e.g. cgi / http, port number, websocket)

- Some basic commands, like Start / Stop stream

- The port used by camera to stream the video data

- The type of video data - it seems it's not standard mjpeg. If it's raw, what are the specifications?

- Related documentation (if available)

You can easily install the app from Google Play, however I am not sure if it's useful if you don't have a Sony camera.

Any option is fine to get the required information,

but it may not be possible unless reverse engineering the app.

++++Deliverables:++++

The information mentioned above

(no app development required)

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Tags: reverse engineering, back engineering, embedded software, firmware

Habilidades: Android, Mobile App Development, Arquitetura de software, Reverse Engineering, Software Integrado

Sobre o Cliente:
( 129 comentários ) Tokyo, Japan

ID do Projeto: #33981111